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analysis of cumulative fertility in the Philippines using 1975 census data

Myrna C. Gonzales

analysis of cumulative fertility in the Philippines using 1975 census data

UNC/CH-NCSO population research project

by Myrna C. Gonzales

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Published by Republic of the Philippines, National Economic and Development Authority, National Census and Statistics Office in Manila .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Philippines
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Philippines -- Statistics.,
    • Philippines -- Statistics, Vital.,
    • Philippines -- Census, 1975.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 17.

      Statementby Myrna C. Gonzales, Marietta P. Alegre, Anne R. Cross.
      SeriesOccasional papers / Republic of the Philippines, National Census and Statistics Office ;, no. 2, Occasional papers (Philippines. National Census and Statistics Office) ;, no. 2.
      ContributionsAlegre, Marietta P., Cross, Anne R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1059 .G56 1978
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 17 p. :
      Number of Pages17
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3082055M
      LC Control Number82182720

        Traditionally Nepalese society favors high fertility. Children are a symbol of well-being both socially and economically. Although fertility has been decreasing in Nepal since , it is still high compared to many other developing countries. This paper is an attempt to examine the demographic, socio-economic, and cultural factors for fertility differentials in Nepal. This analysis compares the effects of contraceptive use and infant and fetal mortality on the pace offertility in Korea and the Philippines and explores the mediating effects of these intermediate variables on educational differentials in childspacing. For birth intervals initiated in a recent period before a sample survey, second, third and higher-order intervals are examined.

      Cabigon, Josefina V. a. Factors affecting use and non-use of contraception. Fertility in the Philippines: Further Analysis of the Republic of the Philippines' Fertility Survey, Luisa T. Engracia, Corazon Meija-Raymundo and John line, (Eds.). Voorburg: International Statistical Institute. Cabigon, Josefina V. b. An analysis of recent data on the population of China, 10 no. 2 (Jun 84): Banister, Judith and Samuel H. Preston Mortality in China, 7 no. 1 (Mar 81): Banister, Judith See also Eberstadt, Nicholas and Judith Banister () and Hardee-Cleaveland, Karen and Judith Banister ().

      1I am indebted to Robert A. Hackenberg and Beverly H. Hackenberg for access to their data on which this analysis is based, and to Alvan Zarate for his critical review of an earlier draft. Support for data analysis was given by the Center for Population Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (H D ).   ideas, theories, data, and methods used by researchers in this area. My impression is that there has been only modest progress in the two decades since Lee’s observation. As the incoming president of the Population Association of America, I chair the program committee which is planning for the program for the meetings.


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Author(s): Gonzales,M C; Alegre,M P; Cross,A R Title(s): An analysis of cumulative fertility in the Philippines using census data/ M.C. Gonzales, M.P. Alegre. Regional workshop on the Production of Population Estimates and Demographic Indicators Addis Ababa, October Evaluation and Analysis of Fertility Data.

Further analysis of fertility. Finally, there are several other methods that may shed light on fertility trends and dynamics. Using census data, one can calculate both conventional and projected parity progression ratios.

These measures indicate the propensity of women in a population to bear further children contingent on the number of. (2) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (3) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (4) United Nations Statistical Division.

Population and Vital Statistics Reprot (various years), (5) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database, and (6) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and. Boulier, Bryan, and M. Rosenzweig. Age, Biological Factors, and Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility: New Measures of Cumulative Fertility for Use in the Socioeconomic Analysis of Family Size.

Yale Economic Growth Center Discussion Paper No. Cited by: United Nations Workshop on Evaluation and Analysis of Census Data Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, 1–12 December Outline 1. What is demography 2. Meaning of “population” 3. Population change and components of population growth 4.

Demographic transition 5. Data sources 6. Demographic measurements 7. Direct and indirect techniques. Republic of the Philippines Fertility Survey, the present study has attempted to in the level of population growth. During the period ofEastern South Asia had a population growth rate of 2.

07 percent per annum, Middle South Asia, widely used in the analysis of survey data. It should be noted, however, that in this. Historical demography of the Philippines and Southeast Asia Multi-level analysis of Asian censuses and surveys Analysis of repeated census or survey rounds using appropriate methodologies.

The NDHS data also indicate that roughly 40 percent of contraceptive users in the Philippines stop using a method within 12 months of starting, almost one-third of whom stop because of an unwanted pregnancy.

The mean ideal number of children is among all women and among married women, identical to the figures found in Numerous studies using World Fertility Survey data have shown that the proportion of women married in a population is a major determinant of the level of natural fertility in that population.

We also found that marriage has a significant effect on fertility decline especially among poor in Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia and among non-poor. Philippines Population Institute for their invaluable contributions during the preparatory phase of the survey.

comprehensive analysis of the data will be presented in a final report later in the collected information on fertility levels, marriage, NDHS fertility preferences, awareness and use of family planning methods.

Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia. MANILA-- While the Filipino population continues to grow, the total fertility rate nationwide has dropped to children per woman, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary and National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) director general Ernesto Pernia said on Thursday.

In a conference on World Population Day in Quezon City. Chart and table of the Philippines fertility rate from to United Nations projections are also included through the year The current fertility rate for Philippines in is births per woman, a % decline from The fertility rate for Philippines in was births per woman, a % decline from An analysis of the data at reveals the average global activity rate of the LDS church in should have been approximately %, which is instead consistent with the children of record baptisms value shown in Figure 2a, which yields an activity rate of %.

This indicates that in the data in general conference were. The first census in the Philippines was founded inbased on tributes collected. The tributes count the total founding population of Spanish-Philippines aspeople, of which: 20, were Chinese migrant traders, at different times: aro individuals were Latino soldier-colonists who were cumulatively sent from Peru and Mexico and they were shipped to the Philippines.

"Age, biological factors, and socioeconomic determinants of fertility: A new measure of cumulative fertility for use in the empirical analysis of family size," Demography, Springer;Population Association of America (PAA), vol.

15(4), pagesNovember. This chapter provides an in-depth analysis of trends, patterns and differentials of fertility and fertility preferences among Filipino women. It also discusses the measurements and data sources available from to During this period, ideal family size fell from five towhile total fertility rate (TFR) dropped from to three.

The Center for Fertility Treatment has specialists with one of the best technical abilities and performance records in the Philippines, and utilizes a system where test and treatment can be conducted using. Table Current fertility Age-specific and cumulative fertility rates and the cmde birth rate for the three years preceding the survey, by urban-rural residence, Philippines Residence Age group Urban Rural Total 30 69 46.

of a woman. Table and Figure show fertility differentials by urban-rural residence, region, education, wealth index quintile and by the ten oversampled districts.

The analysis of the fertility differentials in this report is done using the TFR, percentage of currently pregnant women, and. This book brings together the results of detailed analysis of the data from the Republic of the Philippines Fertility Survey (RPFS) which was carried out as part of the World Fertility Survey Programme.

A descriptive First Country Report of the RPFS was published in and the preliminary findings are reinforced and sharpened in this detailed analytical volume. Inthe fertility rate in the Philippines amounted to children per woman. Read more Philippines: Fertility rate from to Supplement to Population and Development Review 37 () Supplement to Population and Development Review 38 () Supplement to Population and Development Review 43 () Cumulative Contents Volumes ; Population Council Book Series; Cumulative List of Books Reviewed Volumes ; Journal Information.