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  • Author:
    John Stillwell,Ernestina Coast,Dylan Kneale
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    140209681X
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    Springer; 2009 edition (May 5, 2009)
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    350 pages
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This book is the first of three volumes on ' Understanding Population Trends and Processes'.

This book is the first of three volumes on ' Understanding Population Trends and Processes'. Understanding Population Trends and Processes.

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Fertility, Living Arrangements, Care and Mobility: Understanding Population Trends and Processes - Volume 1 Author: Dylan Kneale, Ernestina Coast, John Stillwell Published by Springer Netherlands ISBN: 978-1-402681-5 DOI: 1. 007/978-1-402682-2. Table of Contents: Fertility, Living Arrangements, Care and Mobility. Delayed Childbearing and Childlessness. Women’s Education and Childbearing: A Growing Divide. Stepparenting and Mental Health. Internal Migration and Inter-household Relationships. Exploring Dimensions of School Change During Primary Education in England.

The trends and patterns reported provide new and interesting insights into behaviour of the household and the roles of adults and children, and point to questions of critical importance for practitioners and policy makers.

This book examines some of the important trends that have underpinned reductions in fertility, including delayed child-bearing and increased childlessness.

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Fertility, Living Arrangements, Care and Mobility: Understanding Population Trends and Processes - Volume 1. John Stillwell, Ernestina Coast, Dylan Kneale.

Электронная книга "Population Dynamics and Projection Methods", John Stillwell, Martin Clarke. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Population Dynamics and Projection Methods" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Dylan Kneale, Ernestina Coast (auth. Dylan Kneale, Ernestina Coast, John Stillwell (ed. Год: 2009. File: PDF, . 6 MB. Распространяем знания с 2009. Пользовательское соглашение.

Understanding Population Trends and Processes - Volume 1. b. by. series Understanding Population Trends and Processes This book examines some of the important trends that have underpinned reductions in fertility, including delayed child-bearing and increased childlessness. It demonstrates how relationships between partners have resulted in new living arrangements with changing attitudes from marriage to co-habitation as the social norm, and it considers the health and well-being for particular at risk groups such as the elderly and stepparents as well as aspects of mobility such as household migration and commuting to school.

Many parts of the world are experiencing rapid demographic restructuring, resulting in an ageing population with increasingly significant work and care pressures on cohorts less able or willing to provide support. This book examines some of the important trends that have underpinned reductions in fertility, including delayed child-bearing and increased childlessness. It demonstrates how relationships between partners have resulted in new living arrangements with changing attitudes from marriage to co-habitation as the social norm, and it considers the health and well-being for particular at risk groups such as the elderly and stepparents as well as aspects of mobility such as household migration and commuting to school.

The book brings together a series of studies that all involve quantitative analyses of secondary data from censuses, surveys or administrative records. The trends and patterns reported provide new and interesting insights into behaviour of the household and the roles of adults and children, and point to questions of critical importance for practitioners and policy makers.