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by Larry L. Bumpass

eBook The Later Years of Childbearing (Office of Population Research) epub
  • ISBN: 0691093032
  • Author: Larry L. Bumpass
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press; 1911 Edition edition (January 21, 1971)
  • Pages: 186 pages
  • ePUB size: 1397 kb
  • FB2 size 1297 kb
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Norman B Ryder, Charles F. Westoff

book by Charles F. Westoff. Why do American couples differ in the number of children they have? To answer this question the first major longitudinal study in American fertility was begun in 1957 with a series of interviews with parents of two children. Norman B Ryder, Charles F. Family Growth in Metropolitan America.

In this book, in addition to evaluating the longitudinal design of the study, the authors report the results of the third and final interviews, a decade after the first, and attempt to answer such questions as: How well are couples able to predict their own fertility over the years? To what extent does.

In this book, in addition to evaluating the longitudinal design of the study, the authors report the results of the third and final interviews, a decade after the first, and attempt to answer such questions as: How well are couples able to predict their own fertility over the years? To what extent does the number of children desired affect the spacing of births? How is fertility affected by peer group relations, by the wife's participation in the labor force, by religion? Originally published in 1971

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The book brings to conclusion a project launched 16 years ago under the guidance of a Steering Committee on which I served as Chairman.

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Larry Lee Bumpass, American Sociologist, educator. Member Population Association American (board directors 1973-1977, 2d vice president 1982, 1st vice president 1986, pres. 1990), American Sociological Association (chairman population section 1982), International Union for Science Study of Population, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Civil Liberties Union.

Early Childbearing and Later Economic Well-Being. Rindfuss, Ronald . Craig St. John, and Larry Bumpass.

Maternal Youth or Family Background? On the Health Disadvantages of Infants with Teenage Mothers. Early Childbearing and Later Economic Well-Being. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hoffman, Saul . Michael Foster, and Frank F. Furstenberg Jr. 1993. Reevaluating the Costs of Teen Childbearing. Education and the Timing of Motherhood: Disentangling Causation. Journal of Marriage and the Family 46:981-84.

Why do American couples differ in the number of children they have? To answer this question the first major longitudinal study in American fertility was begun in 1957 with a series of interviews with parents of two children. Family Growth in Metropolitan America (1961) and The Third Child (1963) reported the results of the first two phases of this research project.

In this book, in addition to evaluating the longitudinal design of the study, the authors report the results of the third and final interviews, a decade after the first, and attempt to answer such questions as: How well are couples able to predict their own fertility over the years? To what extent does the number of children desired affect the spacing of births? How is fertility affected by peer group relations, by the wife's participation in the labor force, by religion?

Originally published in 1971.

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