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Trends and variations in fertility in the United States

Clyde Vernon Kiser

Trends and variations in fertility in the United States

by Clyde Vernon Kiser

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- United States.,
    • United States -- Statistics, Vital.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statement[by] Clyde V. Kiser, Wilson H. Grabill [and] Arthur A. Campbell.
      SeriesVital and health statistics monographs
      ContributionsGrabill, Wilson H., joint author., Campbell, Arthur A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB903.F4 K57
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxx, 338 p.
      Number of Pages338
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5617165M
      LC Control Number68025613

      CUMULATIVE FERTILITY. Using data from the CPS’s June interview, we can examine the total number of children born to women aged 15 to 50 and how the number of children ever born varies between groups. In June , million women in the United States were aged 15 to 50, and 59 percent of them were mothers (see Table 1). Of. 1. Soc Biol. Summer;30(2) Those ubiquitous fertility trends: United States, Sweet JA, Rindfuss RR. PIP: US fertility trends among differnet racial, regional, age, educational, parity, and socioeconomic subgroups in the population were examined, using own children data from the Survey of Income and Education (SIE) and the March Current Cited by:

        This graph displays the Hispanic fertility rate in the United States from to In , about children per 1, Hispanic women . Fertility trends in Canada and other industrialized countries reflect profound changes in society over the past 40 years. This issue of the Health Policy Research Bulletin examines the complex dynamics behind recent fertility trends, including transformations in family structure, gender roles and life transitions. It also explores the implications of these trends for women, men, children, .

      The old-age dependency burden implied here is dramatic. Such pervasive low fertility and rapidly aging populations could be cited in constructing low fertility as a major twenty-first-century crisis. But there are exceptions to very low fertility; the United States is the most obvious by:   In , the fertility rate in the United States was the lowest it has ever been. There were 62 births per 1, women aged 15 to 44, down 1 percent from There were 3,, babies born in.


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Trends and Variations in Fertility in the United States (Vital And Health Statistics Monographs, American Public Health Association)Cited by: Genre/Form: Vital statistics États-Unis Statistics, Vital: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kiser, Clyde Vernon, Trends and variations in fertility in the United States.

Trends in Fertility in the United States An analytic study of recent and long-term fertility trends in terms of period and cohort measures wth emphasis on changes occurring during the period Discusses variations in fertility of major population groups by color and place of residence.

DHEW Publication No. (HRA) File Size: 2MB. Citation Information. Trends and Variations in Fertility in the United States. Harvard University Press. Pages: xxv–xxviii. ISBN (Online): Trends and Variations in Fertility in the United States.

About This Book; the authors discuss the medical and biological aspects of fertility (defined as the actual number of children a woman has borne), the prevalence and effectiveness of family planning, and the relation between fertility and such socioeconomic factors as race, age.

TRENDS AND VARIATIONS IN FERTILITY IN THE UNITED STATES is a sound demographic compendium of American fertility experi-ence.

Its data, drawn from Vital Statistics and United States Census sources, span the middle third of the twentieth century probing the many ramifications of the nation's fertility. Beginning with a. In the United States and other developed countries, fertility tends to drop during periods of economic decline.

U.S. fertility rates fell to low levels during the Great Depression (s), around the time of the s “oil shock,” and since the onset of the recent recession in (see Figure 1).

Vol. 13, nO. z, Marchpp. also C. Westoff, "Differential Fertility in the United States: to ,"American Sociological Review, Vol. 19, flO. 5, Octoberpt). — Note: Both of the above authors have emphasized the deficiencies of the fertility ratios as measures of trends in urban and rural fertility.

Among these Cited by: Fertility trends by social status Vegard Skirbekk 1 Abstract This article discusses how fertility relates to social status with the use of a new dataset, several times larger than the ones used so far. The status-fertility relation is investigated over several centuries, across world regions and by the type of status-measure.

The. This book is about human fertility in the United States. It is concerned with trends in reproduction since Colonial times.

It is also concerned with past and present variations in fertility rates by such factors as geographic and urban-rural residence, color, nativity, and age, and a variety of indicators of socio-economic status, such as occupation, education, income, and monthly.

Trends in fertility in the United States. Published Date: An analytic study of recent and long-term fertility trends in terms of period and cohort measures with emphasis on changes occurring during the period Discusses variations in fertility of major population groups by color and place of residence.

Document Type: Cited by: Fertility in Massachusetts from the Revolution to the Civil War focuses on the socioeconomic determinants of fertility differentials and trends in Massachusetts from to The book provides useful insights into the nature of the development of Massachusetts in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

lin’s thesis that fertility variations in time and space reflect “Fertility Trends in the Modem World,” begins with Coale’s report on “The Decline of Fertility in Pattern: United States, ” concludes the first section. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

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An analytical study of recent fertility trends in terms of period and cohort measures. Discusses variations in fertility of maior population groups by color and place of residence, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands (U.S.).

Also discusses c Author: Ernell Spratley. Fertility and Birth Rates March 3 Trends Fertility rates in the United States declined sharply between the baby boom years of the s and early s, and ( and 65 births per 1, women of childbearing age for andrespectively).File Size: KB. This report presents revised birth and fertility rates for the United States for the intercensal years, –99, along with the previously of the revised populations on variations in trends and differentials for population subgroups.

Revised rates for and were recently published (14). Previously published birth and fertility. 2 General Fertility Trends.

The workshop began with a review of fertility trends in the sub-Saharan region and their consequences. The presentations highlighted the uniqueness of the African fertility transitions, the variability of the trends between the countries in the region, and the possible consequences of these trends for the region.

This text then examines the absolute and relative age-specific marital fertility rates of selected populations.

Other chapters consider the trends in total fertility rates of selected countries, including Colombia, Kenya, Korea, Indonesia, Mexico, Pakistan, France, and United States. This book discusses as well the effects of deliberate marital. “Each chapter is written by a country expert who presents recent fertility trends and discusses the social, economic, institutional, historical, and cultural factors affecting fertility as well as policies.

an invaluable resource for students, researchers, and policymakers, providing comprehensive and highly informative expositions of the causes of low fertility in high income countries Format: Hardcover.

Fertility of Women in the United States: View and download Fertility tables from Others in Series. Others in Series. TABLE | J Geographic Mobility: to These tables identify and explain reasons for moving that affected the population of the United States during to These trends are expected to continue throughout the 21st century.

The world population’s life expectancy at birth is projected to reach 77 years in and nearly 82 in by Another welcome change: decline in fertility rates. With women and men gaining control over the desired number, spacing and timing of their children, global.