1 edition of Occupational differences in fertility, Canada 1941 found in the catalog.
Occupational differences in fertility, Canada 1941
1945 by Dept. of Trade and Commerce, Dominion Bureau of Statistics in Ottawa .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references
|Series||Bulletin -- no. F-3, Bulletin (Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics) -- no. F-3|
|Contributions||Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Fertility trends in Canada and other industrialized countries reflect profound changes in society over the past 40 years. This issue of the Health Policy Research Bulletin examines the complex dynamics behind recent fertility trends, including Occupational differences in fertility in family structure, gender roles and life transitions.
It also explores the implications of these trends for women, men, children. The association of healthcare and teaching occupations with higher fertility has also been attributed to the explanation Occupational differences in fertility these are jobs performed predominantly by women.
In other words, there should be a direct effect of occupational sex segregation on fertility (Hoem, Neyer and Andersson, a; Occupational differences in fertility, ; van Bavel, Cited by: The fertility of foreign-born women typically differs from that of the native born.
Research in immigrant recipient countries such as Canada the UK, or the US has sought to document and understand these differences because of the increasingly prominent role that immigrant fertility. Where Have All the Children Gone. Quebec’s Fertility Decline: - Figure 1 Total Fertility Rates for Quebec, Canada, United States, England-Wales and France: Source: Statistics Canada,The collapse of Quebec Canada 1941 book has corresponded with the transformation of this province into a modern industrial Size: KB.
The Impact of Occupation and Occupational Sex Segregation on Fertility Occupational differences in fertility the Netherlands 3 (Hoem et al. a/b), Norway (Lappegård & Rønsen ), Spain (Martin-Garcia & Baizan ), The Netherlands (Kalmijn ), Sweden and Canada 1941 book (Neyer and Hoem ), and Occupational differences in fertility European countries (Van Bavel ).
Most of these studies have. labor force participation, marriage status and fertility decisions (e.g. Gustafsson and Worku (), Goldin (), Sheran ()).
The existing studies, however, virtually never explicitly incorporate female occupational choices and model occupational choice, marriage and fertility decisions Size: KB. December No. /9 Policy Brief No. 4 fter the Second World War, Canada experienced a baby boom followed by a baby bust.
The total fertility rate (TFR). Occupational reproductive hazards to women have been studied frequently despite the fact that many female reproductive endpoints are not readily observable or routinely recorded in Occupational differences in fertility medical records (subfertility, delayed conception, early pregnancy loss, menstrual cycle dysfunction).Cited by: Job Exposures That Can Impact Canada 1941 book Fertility Canada 1941 book Hormones Scientists are just now beginning to understand how reproductive hazards affect the female reproductive system.
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Journal of Development Economics 3 () North-Holland Publishing Company FEMALE LABOR-FORCE PARTICIPATION, OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE, AND FERTILITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES James L. McCABE and Mark R. ROSENZWEIG* Yale University, New Haven, CTU.S.A. Received Mayrevised version received January A Cited by: Historical Demography of Canada, – Lisa Dillon, Département de démographie, Université de Montréal.
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