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proximate determinants of fertility and their effect on fertility patterns
|Statement||Benoit Ferry, H.J. Page.|
|Series||Scientific reports ;, no. 71, Scientific reports (World Fertility Survey) ;, no. 71.|
|LC Classifications||HB1072.5.A3 F47 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||86173947|
major proximate determinants in fertility reduction. patterns of migration, and development approaches. Assamese people mostly leave in Assam, 4 Northeast state of India. About 10% of the Assamese population lives in urban areas of an understanding of their effect on fertility and population growth. It is well known that the. The Proximate Determinants of Natural Marital Fertility. CONTRIBUTORS ll l8 Effects of Income and Wealth on the Demand for Children. Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: A Summary of Knowledge, National Research Council (U.S.). Panel on Fertility Determinants.
While the influence of both underlying and proximate determinants is well documented in various studies worldwide, there’s a lack of recent information on their influence on fertility in Sudan. Therefore, the objective of this study to examine the levels, patterns and determinants of fertility in Sudan. the revised Bongaarts proximate determinants model of fertility was applied at national level and the analysis was extended to observe educational variation among women aged The analysis showed that contraception had the greatest impact of fertility reduction, then sexual activity, postpartum infecundability and induced abortion.
Of the following important proximate determinants of fertility, _____ is least effective in terms of its average effect on fertility levels. Voluntary abstinence. Among women in their 30s and 40s in the United States, the most popular form of contraception is. Sterilization. Fertility, Biology, and Behavior: An Analysis of the Proximate Determinants presents the proximate determinants of natural fertility. This book discusses the biological and behavioral dimensions of human fertility that are linked to intermediate fertility variables/5(4).
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From the analysis in Chapter 4, it is clear that fertility declined substantially between the times of the Kenya Fertility Survey (KFS, –) and Kenya Demographic and Health Survey (KDHS, –).This chapter takes a closer look at the proximate determinants that contributed to this decline by using the Bongaarts framework to quantify the effects on fertility of marriage patterns.
The role of proximate determinants in influencing fertility has been well documented worldwide. Bongaarts’ aggregate model of the proximate determinants (which focuses on marriage, contraception, abortion, and sterility) has been widely used to analyse the influence of proximate determinants on fertility.
In Zambia, however, there is limited understanding of their by: 3. Bongaarts and Potter () developed a model to quantify the effects of the six proximate determinants that in their analysis had the most important influences on fertility levels: union patterns, contraception, lactational amenorrhea and postpartum abstinence, pathological sterility, and abortion (Bongaarts, ; Bongaarts et al., ).
FERTILITY, PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OFThe proximate determinants of fertility are the biological and behavioral factors through which the indirect determinants–social, economic, psychological, and environmental variables–affect fertility. The distinguishing feature of a proximate determinant is its direct connection with fertility.
Source for information on Fertility, Proximate Determinants. Murphy, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Proximate Determinants of Fertility.
Fertility is often usefully analyzed in terms of a proximate determinants framework (Bongaarts and Potter ) which for developed countries means concentrating on three main factors; the proportion of women in a sexual union, their use of contraception, and the level.
The fertility-inhibiting effects of the most important determinants are quantified in Bongaarts model by four indices, each of which assumes a value between 0 and 1. When the index is close to 1, the proximate determinant will have a negligible inhibiting effect on fertility.
To assess the proportionate fertility-inhibiting effects of the aforementioned four major proximate determinants of fertility and their relative role in reduction of fertility in Oman over the period –, the Bongaarts aggregate model, is used and the results are presented in Table 6.
Bongaarts demonstrated that 96 percent of the variance in fertility level in a given society is explained by the four principal proximate determinants of regulated fertility viz. the proportion of females married, the prevalence of contraceptive use, the incidence of induced abortion and the fertility inhibiting effect.
Determinants of Fertility This chapter discusses the proximate determinants of fertility or the intermediate factors, other than contraception, that affect a woman’s risk of becoming pregnant.
The National Demographic from 91 percent among teenagers to 49 percent among women in their early twenties and to 21 percent. The analysis indicates that fertility has temporarily ceased to decline in recent years due to the ‘tempo’ effect of high past fertility, but in general a declining trend in fertility is underway.
The analysis suggests that the fall in fertility is consistent with the underlying trends in most important proximate determinants of fertility. The effects on fertility of its 3 major proximate determinants were examined -- marriage, contraception, and postpartum infecundability.
The model of Bongaarts was applied both at the national level and for residence and education subgroups of 29 World Fertility Surveys (WFSs).
Using this large body of data, both methodological and substantive issues were addressed. Proximate determinants of fertility and their effect on fertility patterns. Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute ; [London, England]: World Fertility Survey,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Benoît Ferry.
The fertility-inhibiting effects of the most important determinants are quantified in Bongaarts’ model by four indices, each assuming a value between 0 and 1. When the index is close to 1, the proximate determinant will have a negligible inhibiting effect on fertility, whereas when it takes a value of 0, it will.
The purpose of this work was to examine the patterns and determinants of fertility in Nsukka region, Enugu State, Nigeria. This was necessarily because most fertility studies across the nation lay emphasis on single or selected determinants, and using the findings to make.
the Proximate Determinants of Fertility JOHN BONGAARTS Studies of the causes of fertility levels and their changes often seek to measure directly the impact of socioeconomic factors on fertility.
Such procedures have a broad appeal effect of different marriage patterns, a. The proximate determinants framework is a tool to measure the relationship between personal, biological, behavioral, cultural, and environmental factors and their influence on human fertility.
only affect actual fertility if breastfeeding, marriage, contraception or abortion behavior change. The WFS data have also contributed substantially to our understanding of how education affects these intermediate determinants of fertility.
Singh, Casterline and Cleland have analyzed the educational differentials in three proximate determinants. Estimated indices for the four major prox imate determinants of fertility and their impact on fer tility reduction in Bangladesh: to BDH S.
Indices of proximate determinates World population is growing at about 80 million people each year. Ethiopia is the 12th most populous country in the world.
Existing literatures showed that the role of proximate determinants in inhibiting the total fertility has not yet been determined from the DHS data in the country. This study may provide evidence based information regarding the observed changes in total fertility.
The Proximate Determinants of Fertility and Their Effect on Fertility Patterns: an Illustrative Analysis Applied to Kenya INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL INSTITUTE Permanent Office. Director: E. Lunenberg Mailing Address: Prinses Beatrixlaan, PO Box AZ Voorburg Netherlands WORLD FERTILITY SURVEY Project Director: Halvor Gille.
Abstract. Proximate determinants link both social and biological factors to fertility. In this section, we will summarize available data related to proximate determinants of fertility in Japan while referring to some of the related literature targeting populations overseas.Bongaarts () in his classical paper termed these biological and behavioral factors as proximate determinants of fertility, since they directly affect fertility; and all other social, economic.The study aimed at finding out the contribution of the proximate determinants of fertility in Western and Central provinces using the Bongaarts fertility model.
The general objective of the study was to find how proximate determinants of fertility have influenced the level of total fertility in Western and Central provinces in /