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.

20th Century Statistics 867 Section 31 20th Century Statistics This new section presents summary statis-tics that cover the social, economic, and political organization of the United States. The main objective is to present some of the important historical trends for this cen-tury in statistical form. Population growth, Replacement levels of fertility were reached in parts of the North beginning with the 1910 birth cohort, while as late as the early 1980s the TFR in a number of southern regions still stood above replacement. 1 Over the last two decades of the 20th century, fertility in northern and central Italy remained stable, while the southern regions experienced continuing sharp fertility decline.

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