1 edition of Review and evaluation of studies on the determinants of fertility in Egypt found in the catalog.
Review and evaluation of studies on the determinants of fertility in Egypt
1981 by Population and Family Planning Board, Research Office in Cairo, Egypt .
Written in English
|Statement||by Hamed Abou-Gamrah.|
|Series||Research monographs / The Supreme Council for Population and Family Planning, Population and Family Planning Board, Research Office, Dirāsāt taḥlīlīyah.|
|LC Classifications||HB1281.7.A3 A2613 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 74 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||83960077|
Fertility is the natural capability to produce offspring. As a measure, fertility rate is the number of offspring born per mating pair, individual or population. Fertility differs from fecundity, which is defined as the potential for reproduction (influenced by gamete production, fertilization and carrying a pregnancy to term) .A lack of fertility is infertility while a lack. Evaluation of Activities to Reduce Maternal Mortality in Developing Countries," Evaluation Review, Vol. 18, No. 4, "A Framework for Analyzing the Determinants of Maternal Mortality: Implications for Research and Programs," Studies in Family Planning, Vol. James McCarthy and Neeraj Kak, "The Determinants of Fertility in Rural Egypt. Downloadable (with restrictions)! Using a conceptual framework focusing on factors that enhance or reduce fertility relative to desired family size (see Bongaarts ), we study fertility variation across time (–) and space (states) in India. Our empirical analyses use data from three waves of the Indian National Family Health Surveys. Recent theoretical discussion has postulated that low fertility in advanced countries is attributable to low levels of gender equity. Low gender equity is evidenced in the lack of support for women to combine paid employment and childrearing; tax‐transfer systems that remain based on the male‐breadwinner model of the family; and the retention of Cited by:
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Author(s): Abou-Gamrah,H Title(s): Review and evaluation of studies on the determinants of fertility in Egypt/ H. Abou-Gamrah.
Country of Publication: Egypt Publisher: Cairo, Egypt, Supreme Council for Population and Family Planning, Population and Family Planning Board, Research Office, Description: ii, 74 p. durations. Using Egypt as a case study this paper first analyses the effect of the proximate determinants on the second birth interval.
We then extend the analysis to the third birth interval to examine whether the effects of the proximate determinants change. Systematic review studies on decreased quality of life has clearly shown that infertility is a certain cause of psychological and mental disturbance in infertile couples.
This feature has also been demonstrated in some qualitative studies (38, 39). One of the main findings of the present study was the application of some specifically structured.
fecundity. (STUDIES IN FAMILY PLANNING ; 29,3: ) In the mids, Davis and Blake elaborated a frame-work of the factors affecting fertility that recognized both indirect and direct determinants of fertility (Davis and Blake, ). InBongaarts developed these ideas into a framework for analyzing the proximate determi.
determinants of fertility (Bongaarts, ; ). I then focus on one of the main proximate determinants – induced abortion – in the next two analytic papers. The first of these seeks to establish and further understand the association of unmet need for family planning and induced abortion in a cross-national study of SSA.
The second paperFile Size: 3MB. PhD THESIS – Summary Fertility determinants, effects and models Scientific coordinator, Determinants of fertility and demographic policy The study aims at estimating the influence of income and education on fertility. For this study, a. The main outcome variable in this analysis is the level of fertility defined by the total number of children ever born by women before attaining the age of 50 years.
Total number of children born by women before attaining the age of 50 years have been used to inform fertility in past studies. This study investigates the determinants of fertility in the long run, using a newly constructed panel data set consisting of fertility rates, measured as crude birth rates, infant mortality rates.
Bongaarts et al. () enumerated nine proximate determinants of fertility: percentage of women in sexual union, frequency of sexual intercourse, postpartum abstinence, lactational amenorrhea, contraceptive use, induced abortion, spontaneous intrauterine mortality, natural sterility, and.
pathological sterility. As a health education foundation document, it provides a review of the various health education theories, identifies the components of evidence-based health education, outlines the competencies necessary to engage in effective practice, and seeks to provide a common understanding of health education disciplines and related concepts.
evidence of an important gap between desired and observed fertility rates and of an increase in this gap over time. • Second, it identifies some of the structural determinants of the delay in childbearing and decline in fertility rates.
The analysis highlights two set of factors that have contributed to current fertilityFile Size: 1MB. determinants of fertility behavior. It was also found that variables, such as “child death”, “son preference”, and geographic region, are significant determinants of fertility.
Contrary to expectations, the analysis showed that living within an extended family setting is associated with low fertility levels. Also surprisingly, woman’s. Downloadable (with restrictions).
Abstract This paper presents new evidence on the impact of female education on fertility in Egypt using the change in the length of primary schooling as the source of exogenous variation in education. Beginning inthe Egyptian government cut the number of primary school years from six to five, moving from a year system of pre Cited by: 2.
Fertility levels in sub-Saharan Africa are among the highest in the world. As a result, recent fertility declines in a few countries have gained the attention of researchers and policy makers, and have renewed interest in the factors affecting fertility. As. Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: A Summary of Knowledge Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: A Summary of Knowledge, National Research Council (U.S.).
Panel on Fertility Determinants Issue 15 of National Research Council Studies in population: Contributor: National Research Council (U.S.). Panel on Fertility. Determinants and Consequences of High Fertility | A Synopsis of the Evidence a straightforward causal effect of fertility.
Most economic analyses adopt a multi-period model in which investment by adults in children and other items is driven by expected returns in the same and later periods (e.g., in old age).
BothFile Size: KB. The effects on fertility of its 3 major proximate determinants were examined -- marriage, contraception, and postpartum infecundability. The model of Bongaarts was applied both at the national level and for residence and education subgroups of 29 World Fertility Surveys (WFSs).
Using this large body of data, both methodological and substantive issues were addressed. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives to levels and determinants of reproductive fertility, to changing disease environments, and.
Surveys the first generation of theoretical and empirical research on the determinants of parent demand for children, discussing the strengths and shortcomings of the state of the art in economic analyses of fertility determinants. Some of the emerging elements of a theory of fertility determination are reviewed.
A further means of assessing the social determinants of reproduction is exploration of demographic and economic factors that may influence the uptake of services by couples with infertility. The availability of infertility services ranges from non-existent to virtual oversupply in different countries and regions.
strengths and weaknesses of our approach for future research on the socio-economic determinants of fertility. Methodological background to our approach The study of fertility can be seen, at least in part, as an ongoing effort to understand the factors that influence human reproduction (Becker et al.
; Cleland and Wilson. Kelley’s work has resulted in numerous peer review publications, book chapters, and unpublished evaluation reports that highlight the importance of SDOH and public health evaluation approaches.
Her efforts have resulted in new ways to build capacity, address determinants, and promote health equity in populations throughout the United States.
Recent literature shows great interest in the quantitative study of the determinants of fertility. In a similar way, this study takes an across-country approach to specify independent variables, to separate economic from social and political variables, to make distinct comparisons of fertility responses in developed and underdeveloped countries, and to Cited by: Fertility, Biology, and Behavior: An Analysis of the Proximate Determinants presents the proximate determinants of natural fertility.
This book discusses the biological and behavioral dimensions of human fertility that are linked to intermediate fertility variables/5(4).
Our aim is to study the association of women education, and empowerment with some of the fertility determinants in a community based survey. During the two decades extending from the late s, average TFR in Arab countries declined by more than two births per woman. The paper examines changes in the proximate determinants of Arab fertility and evaluates some of the underlying factors that are variously held to have influenced the fertility transition.
The proximate and underlying determinants of fertility Cited by: Analysis of the determinants of the fertility decline in Southern Africa Adam Linder [email protected] Abstract: Southern Africa has already since the onset of the fertility transition recorded levels that are remarkably low in comparison with the other sub-Saharan regions.
Theories suggest that socioeconomic development can explain. Evaluation of the uterus and fallopian tubes can be performed by hysterosalpingography in women with no risk of obstruction.
For patients with a history of endometriosis, pelvic infections, or Cited by: Title: Fertility Determinants: A Theory, Evidence, and an Application to Policy Evaluation Author: T.
Schultz Subject: Surveys the first generation of theoretical and empirical research on the determinants of parent demand for children, discussing the strengths and shortcomings of the state of the art in economic analyses of fertility determinants.
FERTILITY DETERMINANTS. There have been two periods of intense interest in the determinants of fertility by demographers. The first period, which encompasses the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, was dominated by a concern about differential fertility within Western countries; in this period, leaders of the eugenics movement enlisted the.
82 | Determinants of Fertility AGE AT FIRST MENSTRUATION On the whole, the mean age at menarche, which is a biological factor influenced by the woman’s general health and nutritional state, is years (Table ).
The data reveal that younger women tend to have menarche at an earlier age than older Size: KB. The proximate determinants of fertility. Demographically observed fertility or infertility is the result of a well-defined number of both biological and behavioural factors, which serve to mediate the influence of culture, society, economic conditions, living standards, and other similar background determinants on individual reproductive behaviour.
Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: Fertility Regulation and Institutional Influences (Studies in Population) (v. 2) [Bulatao, Rodolfo A., Lee, Ronald D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: Fertility Regulation and Institutional Influences (Studies in Population) (: Rodolfo A. Bulatao, Ronald D. Lee. Given the key role of fertility transition in Japan's demographic crisis, our aim in this paper is to examine the determinants of the fertility rate in Japan over the period – using the bounds testing approach to cointegration.
This study makes three Cited by: A REVIEW OF MIGRATION AND FERTILITY THEORY THROUGH THE LENS OF AFRICAN IMMIGRANT FERTILITY IN FRANCE ANNE GENEREUX ABSTRACT: This paper evaluates fertility and migration theory in order to further understand the impact of migration on fertility.
I first analyze the fertility and migration literature separately and then look at the burgeoning literature on the impact of migration on fertility.
Adolescence is the period between 10 and 19 years with peculiar physical, social, psychological and reproductive health characteristics. Rates of adolescent pregnancy are increasing in developing countries, with higher occurrences of adverse maternal and perinatal outcomes.
The few studies conducted on adolescent pregnancy in Africa present inconsistent Cited by: 5. Fertility in Nigeria and Guinea: a comparative study of trends and determinants Background: The present study was conceived to examine the trend and factors affecting fertility in Nigeria and Guinea.
Fertility has declined by about nineteen percent in Nigeria between and In the same period it has declined by five percent in Guinea. The. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Fertility Change in Egypt: From Second to Third Birth. Demographic Research Caterina Giusti, Daniele Vignoli (). Determinants of Contraceptive Use in Egypt: A Multilevel Approach. Statistical Methods & Applications 15(1): Book chapters. Anna Matysiak, Daniele Vignoli ().
Childbearing Behaviors of Employed Women in. Measures & Determinants of Human Fertility - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives. There are many factors that can influence the fertility of an individual or. Proximate Determinants of Fertility When it comes to understanding why populations sometimes shrink and sometimes swell, sociologists like to study the proximate determinants of fertility.The modern transition begins --The demography of modern Egypt --The emergence of policy and program --The population and development experiment --The decline in fertility --The changing socioeconomic background --The future of population policy and program --An analysis of the Egyptian fertility decline --Policy lessons from the Egyptian.
The objective of this review was identifying determinants of PTB among mothers who gave birth in East African countries. We have searched the following electronic bibliographic databases: PubMed, Google scholar, Cochrane library, AJOL (African journal online).
Cross sectional, case control and cohort study published in English were included.