- Author:Jay Winter,Michael Teitelbaum
- Publisher:Hill and Wang; 1st edition (June 10, 1998)
- Pages:290 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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In A Question of Numbers, Michael Teitelbaum and Jay Winter concentrate on the other end of this equation: the fear of population decline. Though a serious and thoughtful book, A Question of Numbers is not a dry read.
In A Question of Numbers, Michael Teitelbaum and Jay Winter concentrate on the other end of this equation: the fear of population decline. Focusing on the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Britain, Yugoslavia, Russia, and Romania between the years 1965 and 1995, the authors look at how a mix of low fertility rates and a steady influx of immigrants have affected each country's national identity. When political upheaval and internal demographic shifts occur in tandem with increased immigration, the transformations can be both explosive and permanent.
Michael S. Teitelbaum and Jay Winter. Authors and affiliations. Vilma Enriquez-Haass. Oxford University Press, Oxford; 1988.
A Question of Numbers: High Migration, Low Fertility, and the Politics of National Identity (Hill and Wang, 1998, co-authored with Jay Winter).
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Teitelbaum, Michael S; Winter, J. M. Publication date. Emigration and immigration, Demography, Nationalism, Demography, Demography. Includes bibliographical references (p. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
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High Migration, Low Fertility and the Politics of National Identity since 1960.
book by Michael Teitelbaum. Much has been written about the dangers of global overpopulation and its potentially catastrophic ramifications on health and the environment. A Question of Numbers : High Migration, Low Fertility and the Politics of National Identity since 1960. by Jay Murray Winter and Michael Teitelbaum. This groundbreaking book insists on the new, unavoidable truth: large international migrations have permanently altered many countries in the world and transformed their politics. The authors explore the implications of these changes in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
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Michael S. Published: 1 January 2000. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Journal of Immigrant Health. Journal of Immigrant Health, Volume 2, pp 113-114; doi:10. 1023/a:1009590019499.