3 edition of The European experience of declining fertility, 1850-1970 found in the catalog.
The European experience of declining fertility, 1850-1970
Includes bibliographical references (p. -373) and index.
|Statement||edited by John R. Gillis, Louise A. Tilly, and David Levine.|
|Series||Studies in social discontinuity|
|Contributions||Gillis, John R., Tilly, Louise., Levine, David, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||HB991 .E97 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 385 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Number of Pages||385|
|LC Control Number||91037246|
Fertility didn’t drop until late in the nineteenth century; per capita income started to grow rapidly. The reason for the fertility decline is not well explained by declining mortality or rising standard of living or any other socioeconomic factor. The mortality and later fertility drop is called the Demographic Transition. Gillis, John R., Louise A. Tilly and David Levine. Introduction to the European Experience of Declining Fertility The Quiet Revolution, pp. , , and Transcript February 5, Professor Robert Wyman: Last time--so last time we discussed two factors that limited--that retarded and limited your progress.
For the British and European transitions, see John R. Gillis, Louise A. Tilly, and David Levine, The European Experience of Declining Fertility, – The Quiet Revolution (Cambridge, Mass., ); Simon Szreter, Fertility, Class and Gender in Britain, – (Cambridge, ); and Angélique Janssens, ed., Gendering the Fertility Author: Kathryn Kish Sklar. Gutmann, Myron P. Professor Positions. Institute Director, Institute of Behavioral Science THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE OF DECLINING FERTILITY, - THE QUIET REVOLUTION - GILLIS,JR, TILLY,LA, THE REVISED PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE ON THE PRINCETON-EUROPEAN-FERTILITY-PROJECT - COALE,AJ.
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The European Experience of Declining Fertility, The Quiet Revolution (Studies in Social Discontinuity)Author: John R. Gillis, Louise A. Tilly. English, Book edition: The European experience of declining fertility, the quiet revolution / edited by John R.
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Tilly, David Levine, Charles Tilly. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: The quiet revolution / John R. Gillis, Louise A. Tilly, and David Levine --Theories of fertility decline: a nonspecialist's guide to the current debate / George Alter --Gender and fertility decline among the British middle classes / John R.
Oxford: Blackwell, Cited by: 7. Coale, Ansley and Susan Watkins. The Decline of Fertility in Europe: The Revised Proceedings of a Conference on the Princeton European Fertility Project, pp. 38 and Cohen, Susan A. “Delayed Marriage and Abstinence-until-Marriage: On a Collision Course.” The Guttmacher Report on Public Policy, Vol.
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This volume in the Studies in Social Discontinuity series, edited by Charles Tilly, constitutes a useful think-piece in the field of social change. Following on. The twenty-first century thus witnesses greater social complexities in household structure and family patterns that inevitably impact childhood, itself a structure continually in transition.
The European Experience of Declining Fertility, – The Quiet Revolution. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell. Goody, Jack. The European Family. In: European experience of declining fertility, The quiet revolution, edited by John R. Gillis, Louise A.
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Social class by no means exhausts human inequality. Abstract. This paper offers a retrospective look at reproductive politics centered on lowest-low fertility in Europe. Drawing on Italy as a case study, the author sorts out the conundrum of national concerns about fertility decline in light of global concerns about : Elizabeth L.
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Studies in Social Dis-continuity. Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, xiii + pp. $ The contributors to this book attempt to answer a difficult question: why the decline of fertility in large.
In demography, demographic transition is a phenomenon and theory which refers to the historical shift from high birth rates and high infant death rates in societies with minimal technology, education (especially of women) and economic development, to low birth rates and low death rates in societies with advanced technology, education and economic development, as well as the stages between.The European Experience of Declining Fertility, – The Quiet Revolution.
Landry, Adolphe, , La révolution démographique – Études et essais sur les problèmes de la population, Paris, INED-Presses Universitaires de France.studying these questions across a variety of European countries.
We will use this material and family, and fertility in Twentieth-entury Europe’, in J.R. Gillis, L. A Tilly and D. Levine (eds), The European experience of declining fertility, The quiet revolution. Cambridge MA, Blackwell: