Fertility preferences selected findings from the World Fertility Survey data. by United Nations. Dept. of International Economic and Social Affairs. Population Division.

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  • Birth control -- statistics,
  • Fertility -- statistics,
  • Health surveys.,
  • World health.

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SeriesDocument (United Nations) IESA/P/WP/ -- 89
ContributionsWorld Fertility Survey.
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Pagination57 p. :
Number of Pages57
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Open LibraryOL16810007M

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FERTILITY AND FERTILITY PREFERENCES 4 A major objective of NFHS-3 is to provide detailed information on fertility levels, differentials, and trends. This chapter presents a description of current and past fertility, cumulative fertility and family size, birth order, birth intervals, age at first birth, and teenage pregnancy and motherhood.

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How does DHS collect data on fertility and fertility preferences. Data on fertility are collected in several ways. First, each woman is asked the number of sons and daughters who. Fertility preferences are critical because, in the words of Bongaarts and Casterline ( ), they “represent a key link in the chain of causation between fertility and its socioeconomic determinants.” Questions about the nature of fertility preferences raise especially challenging issues for researchers working in sub‐Saharan by:   In other settings, preferences for sons over daughters and numbers of siblings influence contraceptive use and overall fertility behavior, creating a complex interplay of economic and sociocultural factors driving fertility (Buyinza & Hisali, ).

In Egypt, children themselves are found to be empowering for women (Samari, a). Preference instability is a factor that potentially undermines predictiveness. Furthermore, if other predictors of fertility substantially explain fertility, then knowledge of preferences may contribute little to explaining or predicting individual fertility behavior.

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Survey data on fertility preferences have played a central but controversial role in fertility research and advocacy for family planning. We summarize evidence from longitudinal studies in 28 Asian and African populations on the relationship between preferences and subsequent childbearing.

The link between fertility and gender preferences, especially son preference in Asian contexts, has been extensively studied over the last 20 years. This link is complex. Son preference is deeply rooted in patriarchy.

In traditional patriarchal society, where son preference and large family size are commonplace, a large number of children is most likely to ensure families with at least one son.

Fertility preferences: what measuring second choices teaches us (including the end of the post-war baby boom), demographers lost interest in them (Trent ). In recent years, we have witnessed a ‘comeback’ of fertility ideals, both in the public domain and.

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Fertility preferences are related to several factors, including age, education, and marital and socioeconomic status. As life circumstances evolve, so too may fertility preferences. In Sub-Saharan Africa, women may alter their preferences because of relationship changes and the influence of their partner's preferences.

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Some - 40 per cent of fertility problems are associated with men, yet the focus. Fertility preference. The Preference Theory suggests that a woman's attitudes towards having children are shaped early in life. Furthermore, these attitudes tend to hold across the life course, and boil down to three main types: career-oriented, family-oriented, and a combination of both work and family.

Research shows that family-oriented. Subsequent empirical chapters explore various aspects of fertility preferences in detail. The second chapter probes a key socioeconomic correlate of individual-level fertility preferences, namely educational differences in preferences.

In brief, I find that educational differences in family size preferences have considerably converged over time. Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations. Department of International Economic and Social Affairs. Population Division.; World Fertility Survey.

OCLC Number: Notes: "Preliminary version of chapter 3 of the forthcoming United Nations publication entitled Fertility levels, patterns and differentials: a comparative analysis using.

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McNicoll, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Linking Institutions to Fertility. Fertility at its simplest is a summary measure of reproductive outcome. Institutional arrangements in a society sometimes deal directly with that outcome, as in systems rewarding or penalizing births in a family beyond a certain prescribed number (China's one-child.

Partners' own fertility preferences are also likely to be influenced by their perceptions of the spouses' preferences. Some authors have hypothesized that an asymmetrical influence on each other's fertility intentions may exist due to ‘under-appreciated mechanisms of dominance’ (DeRose & Ezeh, ).

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