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Fertility in the Developng Countries   : A Comparative Study of the Demographic and Health Surveys

Statistical Data

No.66


Statistical Data Fertility in the Developng Countries ■ Fertility in the Developng Countries : A Comparative Study of the Demographic and Health Surveys
■ Edited by KONO Shigemi, HAYASE Yasuko
■ 213pp.
■ Published in 1994

CONTENTS

Preface / FURUKAWA Shunichi
Executive Summary pdf / KONO Shigemi
Chapter 1. A Comparative Study of Fertility Levels and Trends in the Developing Countries pdf / KONO Shigemi
1. Introduction
2. Fertility Trends in the Developing Countries
3. Contraceptive Prevalence
4. Some Success of Family Planning in Poorest Setting
5. Factors Affecting Fertility Declines in Developing Countries
6. Assessment of the World Fertility Surveys in Regard to the Causes and Conditions
7. Role of Education
8. Role of Women’s Employment
9. Japanese Experience in the Early Transitional Period
10. Conclusion


Chapter 2. Impacts of Contraception, Breastfeeding and Infant Mortality on Fertility pdf / SATO Ryuzaburo
1. Introduction
2. Levels and Trends of Fertility in Relation to the Major Proximate Determinants an Infant Mortality in DHS Countries
3. Some Patterns of the Proximate Determinants and Fertility: An Application of the Bongaarts Model
4. Summary and Conclusion


Chapter 3. Marriage and Reproductive Behavior in Thailand pdf / ANZO Shinji
1. Introduction
2. A Framework on Mate Selection and Homogamy
3. Educational Attainment and Marriage Timing
4. Late Marriage and Reproduction
5. Education and Fertility
6. A Hypothetical Model
7. Data and Methods
8. Prevalence of Educational Effects: Results of Path Analyses
9. Conclusion

Chapter 4. Socio-demographic Factors Affecting the Household Size pdf / SAKAI Hiromich
1. Introduction
2. Data
3. A Comparative Analysis Controlling No Other Variables
4. A Comparative Analysis Controlling Residence, Age and Educational Attainments
5. A Multiple Classification Analysis of Size of Household
6. Discussion and Conclusion

Chapter 5. A Comparative Analysis of Women's Education and Fertiliry pdf / HAYASE Yasuko
1. Introduction
2. Educational Attainment in Twenty-eight DHS Countries
3. Age at First Marriage and Education
4. Education and Contraceptive Knowledge and Practice
5. Differential Fertility According to Education
6. Birth Interval and Education
7. Fertility Preferences and Education
8. Discussion and Conclusion


Chapter 6. Women's Employment and Fertility:Cases of Three Asian Developing Countries pdf / OHBUCHI Hiroshi
1. Theoretical Background
2. Some Empirical Results
3. Data and Method
4. Differential Fertility by Working Status
5. Conclusion

Chapter 7. Effects of Mass Media on Contraception and Fertility in African Countries pdf / KOJIMA Hiroshi
1. Introduction
2. Analytical Framework
3. Data and Method
4. Results of Logit Analyses
5. Discussion

Chapter 8. Trends and Patterns of Fertility in Bangladesh / M. Mosleh Uddin
1. Introduction
2. Data Sources and Their Quality
3. Trends in Crude Birth Rates
4. Trends in Age-specific and Total Fertility Rates
5. Rural-Urban Differentials in Fertility Patterns
6. Fertility Determinants
7. Family Planning and Fertility
8. Discussion and Conclusion

Chapter 9. Mutual Dependency between Fertility and Socio-economic Factors:Multivariate Time Series Analysis-The Case of Taiwan pdf / NODA Yosuke
1. Introduction
2. Feature of Total Fertility Rate and Socio-economic Factors
3. Changing Point in TFR and Relative Variance Contribution
4. Modified Relative Variance Contribution
5. Conclusion

Attached Statistical Tables
1. Percentage Distribution of Women by Five Year Age Group
2. Percentage Distribution of Women by Place of Residence
3. Percentage Distribution of Women by Place of Previous Residence in Childhood
4. Percentage Distribution of Women by Educational Level
5. Percentage Distribution of Women by Literacy
6. Percentage Distribution of Households by Major Source of Drinking Water
7. Percentage Distribution of Households by Type of Toilet Facility
8. Percentage Distribution of Women by Religion
9. Percentage Distribution of Women by Number of Years of Schooling Completed
10. Percentage Distribution of Households by Household Size
11. Percentage Distribution of Women by Number of Co-living Children Aged Five and under
12. Percentage Distribution of Women by Number of Children Ever born
13. Percentage Distribution of Women by Number of Living Children
14. Percentage Distribution of Women by Knowledge of Contraceptive Methods
15. Percentage Distribution of Women by Currently Using Contraceptive Methods
16. Percentage Distribution of Women by Type of Currently Using Contraceptive Methods
17. Percentage Distribution of Currently Users by main Problems Experienced in Using the Contraceptive Methods
18. Percentage Distribution of Women by Current Marital Status
19. Percentage Distribution of Women by Age at First Marriage
20. Percentage Distribution of Women by Marital Duration
21. Percentage Distribution of Women by Ideal Number of Children
22. Percentage Distribution of women by Husband’s or Partner’s Educational Level
23. Percentage Distribution of Women by Husband’s or Partner’s Occupation
24. Percentage Distribution of Women by Working Status before Her First Marriage
25. Percentage Distribution of Women by Working Status after Her First Marriage
26. Percentage Distribution of Women by Current Working Status
27. Percentage Distribution of Women by Husband’s or Partner’s Number of Years of Schooling Completed
28. Number of Children Ever Born and Number of Living Children by Sex and Sex Ratios
29. Percentage Distribution of Women by Place of Residence and Previous Place of Residence in Childhood
30. Percentage Distribution of Never Married Women by Five Year Age Group and Singulate Mean Age at Marriage
31. Women’s Mea Age at First Marriage by Age Group
32. Women’s Mean Age at First Marriage by Education Level
33. Women’s Mean Age at First Marriage by Place of Residence
34. Women’s Mean Age at First Marriage by Current Working Status
35. Women’s Mean Age at First Marriage by Husband’s Occupation
36. Mean Household Size by Women’s Education Level
37. Mean Household Size by Place of Residence
38. Mean Household Size by Women’s Current Working Status
39. Mean Household Size by Husband’s Education Level
40. Mean Household Size by Husband’s Occupation
41. Mean Number of Children Ever Born by Mother’s Educational Level
42. Mean Number of Children Ever Born by Place of Residence
43. Mean Number of Children Ever Born by Mother’s Current Working Status
44. Mean Number of Children Ever Born by Father’s Educational Level
45. Mean Number of Children Ever Born by Father’s Occupation
46. Mean Number of Living Children by Mother’s Current Working Status
47. Mean Number of Living Children by Place of Residence
48. Mean Number of Living Children by Mother’s Current Working Status
49. Mean Number of Living Children by Father’s Educational Level
50. Mean Number of Living Children by Father’s Occupation
51. Ideal Number of Children by Mother’s Educational Level
52. Ideal Number of Children by Place of Residence
53. Ideal Number of Children by Mother’s Current Working Status
54. Ideal Number of Children by Father’s Educational Level
55. Ideal Number of Children by Father7S Occupation
56. Mean Years of Schooling Completed for All Women by Five Year Age Group
57. Mean Years of Schooling Completed for Husband and Wife by Place of Residence
58. Women’s Mean Years of Schooling Completed by Current Working Status
59. Wife’s Mean Years of Schooling Completed by Current Working Status
60. Husband’s Mean Years of Schooling Completed by Occupation
61. Number of Women by Age Group with Children Ever Born before and After Marriage
62. Number of Never Married Women by Age Group with and without Children
63. Age at First Birth, Age at last Birth, and Length of Childbearing Period for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Educational Level
64. Mean Number of Children Ever Born and Percent of the Childless for Ever married
65. Age at First Birth, Age at Last Birth, and Length of Childbearing Period, Mean Number of Children Ever Born and Percent of the Childless of Ever married Women Aged 40-49 by Current Working Status
66. Age at First Birth, Age at Last Birth, and length of Childbearing Period, Mean Number of Children Ever Born and Percent of the Childless for Women Aged 400-49by Current Working Status
67. Age at First Birth, Age at Last Birth, and Length of Childbearing Period for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Place of Residence
68. Birth Intervals by Parity for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Educational Level
69. Birth Intervals by Parity for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Working Status
70. Birth Intervals by Parity for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Working Status after Marriage
71. Birth Intervals by Parity for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Current Working Status
72. Birth Intervals by Parity for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Place of Residence
73. Birth Intervals by Parity for Ever Married Women Aged 40-49 by Working status before Marriage and Place of Residence
74. Number of Children Ever Born, Number of Living Children And Survival Ratio for Ever Married Women by Age Group and Educational Level
75. Number of Children Ever Born, Number of Living Children for Ever Married Women Aged 15-49 and 40-49 by Place of Residence and Educational Level
76. Number of Children Ever Born, Number of Living Children, for Ever Married Women by Place of Residence, Working Status before Marriage and Educational Level
77. Number of Children Ever Born, Number of Living Children, for Ever Married Women by Age Group, Working Status before Marriage and Educational Level