4 edition of Fertility and the Male Life-Cycle in the Era of Fertility Decline (International Studies in Demography) found in the catalog.
March 20, 2000
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Caroline Bledsoe (Editor), Susana Lerner (Editor), Jane Guyer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Male fertility trends in industrial countries: theories in search of some evidence /.
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Susana, & J. Guyer (Eds.), Fertility and the male life-cycle in the Cited by: 3. The Life-Cycle Transition and the Unparalleled Antebellum American Fertility Decline Susan B. Carter Roger L. Ransom Richard Sutch University of California Project on the History of Saving Center for.
Abstract. The second chapter of the book reviews existing demographic and sociological literature on male fertility. The chapter classifies previous studies into three major topics, that is, men’s Author: Li Zhang.
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2. Basic differences affecting how low fertility is interpreted. There are a number of different ways to think about fertility decline from an evolutionary perspective (table 1).Each raises Cited by: The Continuing Demographic Transition - Ebook written by G.
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Lehrer, " Religion as a Determinant of Economic and. In C. Bledsoe, J. Guyer, & S. Lerner (Eds.), Fertility and male life-cycle in the era of fertility decline (pp. Des Français pour la France (Le problème de la population) Jan Results: Empirical analysis reveals that fertility in Oman has declined from births per woman in to births per woman ina decline of births per woman or 62% decline within a Author: M.
Mazharul Islam. Effects of Fertility Decline on Family Well Being: Opportunities for Evaluating Population Programs* T. Paul Schultz Yale University Ma Abstract The paper considers the association between File Size: KB. The last stage of a woman’s reproductive life cycle is menopause.
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5/5(1). Fertility expert, teacher, and researcher, Kristin is also a married mother of two. She resides in West Los Angeles with her family. Parenting expert on: IVF and Insemination, Infertility, Family Planning. 1. Introduction.
Total fertility in the United States fell from inone of the highest rates in the world, to inone of the lowest (Coale and Zelnik ; Hacker ).Although most Cited by: 6.The decline is sharper among young women aged 15– The steepest decline in fertility occurred among the women of age 15–19 years from births per women in to 8 births per women Cited by: 1.