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A study of fourteen German village population in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge studies in population, economy and society in past time , 6, 1988, 587 p. Étienne François. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 July 2017. A study of fourteen German village population in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge studies in population, economy and society in past time , 6, 1988, 587 p.

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Demographic Behavior in the Past : A Study of Fourteen German Village Populations in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.

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Demographic behavior in the past: A study of fourteen German village populations in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. N Havanon, A Bennett, J Knodel. Studies in family planning, 1-17, 1993. Cambridge University Press, 2002. The decline of fertility in Germany, 1871-1939. Princeton University Press, 2015. Rural parents with urban children: social and economic implications of migration for the rural elderly in Thailand. J Knodel, C Saengtienchai. Population, Space and place 13 (3), 193-210, 2007.

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This book provides a detailed examination of the demographic behavior of families during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in a sample of fourteen villages in five different regions of Germany. It is based on the reconstituted family histories of vital events (births, deaths and marriages) compiled by genealogies for the entire populations of these villages. The book applies the type of micro-level analysis possible with family reconstitution data for the crucial period leading to and encompassing the early stages of the demographic transition, including the initial onset of the decline of fertility to low modern levels. The analysis explores many aspects of demographic behavior which have been largely ignored by previous macro-level investigations of the demographic transition. These include infant and child mortality, maternal mortality, marriage, marital dissolution, bridal pregnancy and illegitimacy. The core of the study, however, deals with marital reproduction, examining the modernization of reproductive behavior in terms of the transition from a situation of natural fertility to one characterized by pervasive family limitation.
Demographic Behavior in the Past: A Study of Fourteen German Village Populations in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time) download epub
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Author: John E. Knodel
ISBN: 0521327156
Category: History
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 24, 1988)
Pages: 616 pages