2 edition of Factors affecting human fertility in the nonindustrial societies found in the catalog.
Factors affecting human fertility in the nonindustrial societies
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|Series||Yale University publications in anthropology,, no. 66|
|LC Classifications||GN2 .Y3 no. 66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||a 62008738|
Some Causes of Fertility Rate Movements - 1 - Some Causes of Fertility Rates Movements Claire Norville Rocio Gomez Robert L. Brown ABSTRACT Fertility patterns are different between countries and over time. Many different factors can affect the fertility rate. This paper will discuss the different factors that have an effect on the fertility rate. Start studying Factors that influence Birth and Fertility rates (TEAS). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Start studying AP Environmental Science: Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Which of the following is not one of the factors currently affecting birth and fertility rates? Factors that affect the total fertility rate of the human population include which of the following? Socioeconomic and Program Factors Related to Fertility Change The analysis in Chapter 5 indicates the relative importance of several proximate determinants in the fertility decline that occurred in Kenya from the mids to the late s.
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The sample consists of 61 nonindustrial societies: 20 from Africa, 16 from North and Central America, 13 from Asia, and 12 from the Pacific islands. All generally fit the category of “preliterate” societies except for the Hutterites who were included presumably because they represent the ultimate in Author: Paul H.
Gebhard. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nag, Moni. Factors affecting human fertility in the nonindustrial societies. [New Haven] Human Relations Area Files Press, Get this from a library.
Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies; a cross-cultural study. [Moni Nag] -- An analysis of the fertility data from 61 nonindustrial societies in Africa, America, Asia and the Pacific, including Eskimo in Frobisher Bay.
Factors affecting human fertility in the nonindustrial societies;: A cross-cultural study (Yale University publications in anthropology, no.
66) by Nag, Moni and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at hotellewin.com Moni Nag ( - 7 December ) and later an adjunct professor and headed the social demography section in the International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction.
Factors Affecting Human Fertility in Nonindustrial Societies: A Cross-Cultural Study (Yale University, ). Population - Population - Biological factors affecting human fertility: Reproduction is a quintessentially biological process, and hence all fertility analyses must consider the effects of biology.
Such factors, in rough chronological order, include: the age of onset of potential fertility (or fecundability in demographic terminology); the degree of fecundability—i.e., the monthly.
To get you started on the right foot, here are a few of the more common health factors and conditions that can affect a woman's ability to ovulate, conceive, or carry a pregnancy to term, as well. Author(s): Nag,M Title(s): Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultural study/ M.
Nag. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New Haven, Connecticut, Human Relations Area Files Press, Book reviews. Jack Parsons 1 & Sociobiological factors in exposure to childbearing: Breastfeeding and its fertility effects. InWorld fertility survey conference Record of proceedings.
Vol. 2 (pp. Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute. Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: A. ADVERTISEMENTS: This article throws light upon the five main factors affecting fertility in women.
The factors are: 1. Biological Factors 2. Physiological Factors 3. Social Factors 4. Economic Factors 5. Family Planning. Biological Factors: Biological factors like age and sex are very important in affecting fertility.
Fecundity depends on the woman and her. Cultural Factors Affecting Human Fertility* GEORGE J. JENNINGS Department of Anthropology Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois From: JASA 22 (June ): *This paper is a modified version of one presented in a panel discussion on "Problems Associated With Increasing World Population" at the fall meeting of the Chicago Section of the American Scientific Affiliation held on December 6, 1.
Author(s): Nag,Moni Title(s): Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultural study. Country of Publication: United States Publisher:. THE POLITICS OF REPRODUCTION IN A MEXICAN VILLAGE C.
BROWNER Although women in all societies bear children in private, or with only a select few present, human reproduction is never entirely a personal affair. Kin, neighbors, and other members of the larger collectivities of which. identifies the economic factors affecting family size choice to provide policy makers with a strategy for reducing fertility.
A neoclassical utility framework was used to analyse linkages between family size decisions and socio economic variables. Household utility. Apr 30, · The world population could top 8 billion in the year if current growth rates remain constant, according to United Nations figures.
However, if global fertility rates slow more quickly than. Nag, M. Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: A cross-cultural study. Yale University Publications in Anthropology,66, Google ScholarCited by: 9.
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Among the books authored by Nag are `Sexual Behaviour and AIDS in India', `Sex Workers of India', `Population and Social Organisation' and `Factors Affecting Human Fertility in Nonindustrial. Book Reviews. The Scientific Intellectual: The Psychological and Sociological Origins of Modern Science.
Lewis S. Feuer. Joseph Ben-David. 69(6), pp. – Factors Affecting Human Fertility in Nonindustrial Societies: A Cross-Cultural Study. Moni Nag. Edwin D. Driver. 69(6), p. Sep 08, · Fertility Sociology Homework & Assignment Help, Fertility Fertility is the actual level of childbearing for an individual or a population.
The level of fertility in a society is based on biological and social factors, the primary biological factor being the number of women of childbearing age (usually between ages 15 and 45). Other biological factors affecting.
New Website. Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material, multimodal productions, teaching resources, a podcast, and more.Fertility levels in sub-Saharan Africa are among the highest in the world.
As a result, recent fertility declines in a few countries have gained the attention of researchers and policy makers, and have renewed interest in the factors affecting fertility.
As first outlined by Davis and Blake (Leary, James R. et al. Cross-cultural studies of factors related to differential food consumption.
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