Fertility in Italy at the turn of the twentieth century.pdf

Fertility in Italy at the turn of the twentieth century PDF

La pubblicazione propone una visione in ottica micro-analitica dellinizio del processo di transizione demografica e del declino della fecondità in Italia. I cinque lavori che contribuiscono al volume si riferiscono a realtà territoriali e temporali diverse per offrire unampia panoramica dei comportamenti individuali e di coppia che hanno condotto al controllo volontario delle nascite.

Aug 21, 2008 ... countries beginning in the early 1990s. ... United States over the last century. ... that the human species (or Europe, 'Western civilization', etc.) ... remarkable shift to later childbearing, but lowest-low fertility in this region is also.

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Fertility in Italy at the turn of the twentieth century.pdf


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