3 edition of Marriage patterns and cumulative fertility in Indonesia found in the catalog.
Marriage patterns and cumulative fertility in Indonesia
James A. Palmore
Microfiche. Jakarta : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1994. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||James A. Palmore, Masri Singarimbun.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 92/80971 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 28 p.|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||92945375|
SOURCE: Calculated from Demographic and Health Surveys standard recode files. rise with small amounts of education in other countries as well, but the increase may be masked by the way the education categories were formed.) Even with 5–7 years of . Patterns of marriage and fertility in China have changed rapidly over the last three decades. Fertility has declined dramatically, espe- cially before age 20 and after age Marriage remains virtually universal, but the age at first marriage, previously concentrated between ages 16 has shifted upward to between ages 20 and
This report presents the main findings of the “marriage and fertility patterns” modules of the Qatari Women Survey (QWS) conducted in May The main objective of this survey was to provide data on marriage, fertility and contemporary health issues of Qatari women. The planning and execution of the survey were done by the professional. Marriage. Marriage in Africa has been commonly described as early and universal and this situation has partly been blamed for the persistence of high fertility in the region. However, the region is far from homogenous. Marriage patterns vary across and within countries among different ethnic groups. Such variations could be due to both cultural.
Previous studies on the evolution of the relationship between changing marriage patterns and fertility have often used decomposition methods to disentangle the effects of various factors on overall fertility. Some of the earlier work examining the contribution of changing marriage patterns to changing fertility was conducted by Coale (). Marriage in Indonesia requires a religious ceremony. Indonesian law requires that both parties must be of the same religion and the marriage must conform to the laws of the countries of the parties involved. The Indonesian House of Representatives approved six religions recognized by the government. They are Islam, Catholic, Protestant Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, and.
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In India, fertility decline has been underway since the late s and has nearly approached the replacement level (ORGI, ). This chapter discusses how these prevailing transitions in childbearing and sex-preference, marriage patterns would affect fertility preferences.
Investments in women’s education and the family planning programme in India have helped in reducing parity Author: Chander Shekhar, Siddhardha Devarapalli, Mohan Singh, Sudhaveni Naresh, Jitendra Gouda. Early marriage leads to higher cumulative fertility and multiple marriages lead to lower cumulative fertility.
Since the social groups with the highest proportions of early marriages are also those with the highest incidence of multiple marriages, the marriage variables explain some but not all of the variance in cumulative fertility for West Malaysian social by: Islamic inheritance law, son preference and fertility behavior of Muslim couples in Indonesia (English) Abstract.
This paper examines whether the son preference and fertility behavior of Muslim couples respond to the risk of inheritance expropriation by their extended by: In Indonesia, neither of these appears to be the case.
Also, the census and the IDHS collected data only from ever-married women. Since most births in Indonesia occur within marriage, the number of births to single women is negligible. The accuracy of fertility data is affected primarily by underreporting of births (especially children.
Abstract. The study of human fertility is centrally concerned with conception and childbearing, and with variables related to these events. Biological conditions that affect fecundity (the ability to bear children) are obviously important in understanding fertility, and technology plays a part through the invention and dissemination of devices and procedures that can regulate conception or birth.
basic fertility pattern of a specific developed country. 19 Factors (Ka) to estimate the mean age at reproduction in five-year age groups for different basic age patterns of fertility • • •. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• 20 The observed and the predicted (by SB-system) relative.
Cumulative fertility, when controlled for duration of marriage, was found to be higher in urban than in rural areas of Bangladesh and Pakistan, but no clear pattern emerged in Jordan. S.G.M. () Population Growth of Indonesia: An Analysis of Fertility and Mortality Based on the Population Census.
University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu. Marriage isusually universal by and in this study all women 30 years had beenmarried at least once.
20% were married at 15 years and 45% married at 18 years. For those married more than once, prevalence of 1st marriage was 7% for women years, Cited by: 1.
Indonesia currently has 20 government regulated fertility clinics with state of the art technology. These clinics offer a wide range of diagnostic procedures, as well as IVF and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) to married Indonesian couples a.
However, utilization of these services remains very low when compared to the number of IVF. Author(s): Palmore,J A; Singarimbun,M Title(s): Marriage patterns and cumulative fertility in Indonesia/ J.A.
Palmore, M. Singarimbun. In: Secondary analysis of the National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey. Volume I: Fertility and family planning, [compiled by] Indonesia. In this volume the articles are primarily on European history, but their subject matter indicates the remarkable variety, both of the marriage and fertility patterns of past societies, and of the methods scholars have used to investigate them.
Originally published in This chapter examines the fertility trends, patterns and preferences using data from Sri Lanka Population and Housing Censuses and Demographic and Health Surveys (DHSs). First, it investigates the fertility transition that the country has experienced during the second half of the 20th century, highlighting how social and health related factors have contributed to achieving replacement.
Contrasting marriage patterns and fertility in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines compared Book. Jan ; The demographic situation in the Philippines: an assessment in Islamic Marriage Certificates (Marriage Book or Buku Nikar) as issued by an Office of Religious Affairs (Kantor Urusan Agama) might be available in less time, and are usually valid throughout Indonesia and do not require registration with any other agency if the couple plans on living in Indonesia.
Fertility transitions are typically driven by declines in marital fertility, and this has clearly been the dominant pattern in SEA (Retherford and Cho, ; Hirschman and Guest, a). However, there have also been significant changes in marriage patterns in several Southeast Asian countries.
Indonesia is following the global trend regarding singlehood (Situmorang, ).Although the proportion of singles is not as great as in neighboring countries such as Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore (see Figure 1), the number of singles in Indonesia is increasing (Hull,Jones, ).
Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full-size image. The Monograph on ‘Fertility Differentials in Bangladesh: Trends and Determinants' is mainl y based on the f indings of the sample census conducted during 2 Da ta fr om o ther s econdary. The Decline of Fertility in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines: to “Own children” estimates of fertility based on micro-level census data show significant declines in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines during the s and s.
The most rapid decline occurred in. Women's Education and Fertility: Results from 26 Demographic and Health Surveys Thailand, and Indonesia.
The cumulative marital fertility of educated women is shown to be similar in different. Ethnicity and marriage pairing patterns in Indonesia Article (PDF Available) in Asian Population Studies 12(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The articles examine the trends in marriage and explore the possible factors contributing to these trends in different national circumstances. We explore why, although similar forces continue to shape changes in Asian societies, including the institution of marriage, sharp differences in marriage patterns and systems persist throughout the region.1.
Author(s): Ogawa,N; Rele,J R Title(s): Age at marriage and cumulative fertility in Sri Lanka/ N. Ogawa, J.R. Rele. In: ESCAP. Multivariate analysis of World Fertility Survey data for selected ESCAP countries: the report and selected papers of the Regional Workshop and Seminar on the Use of Multivariate Techniques in Second-stage Analysis of World Fertility Survey Data Country of.
Marriage in Indonesia is something sacred and is usually celebrated with specials tradition. The diverse Indonesian culture also influences marriage arrangements. Well, in Indonesia, there are some unique wedding customs that are difficult to find elsewhere. 1. .