Socio-economic differentials in achieved fertility
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Published by International Statistical Institute, World Fertility Survey in Voorburg, Netherlands, London .
Written in English


  • Fertility, Human.

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Edition Notes

StatementElise F. Jones.
SeriesComparative studies, ECE analyses of WFS surveys in Europe and USA -- no. 21, Comparative studies -- no. 21.
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. ;
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13590568M
LC Control Number83167657

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ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC, DEMOGRAPHIC AND GEOGRAPHIC FACTORS DETERMINING FERTILITY BY RELIGION CONTENTS Introduction Determinants of Religious Fertility Differentials Factors Influencing Fertility Age at First Marriage Education Standard of Living Rural-Urban Residence Women Work Participation. SES differentials in fertility widened in the first few decades of the transition(Stevenson ), reflecting rapidly changing differentials in access to information, economic aspirations, returns to education, and the cost of raising children. Developing countries with highly unequal income distributions, such as Brazil or South Africa, face an uphill battle in reducing inequality. Educated workers in these countries have a much lower birthrate than uneducated workers. Assuming children of educated workers are more likely to become educated, this fertility differential increases the proportion of unskilled workers, reducing their. The socio economic factors do not seem to explain the religious differential in fertility. Of the four proximate determinant of fenility, contraceptive use is the one of that is commonly cited as the prime factor contributing to religious differentials in fertility.

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