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Historical Studies of Changing Fertility (Quantitative Studies in History)

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ISBN 10: 0691100667 / ISBN 13: 9780691100661
Published by Princeton University Press, 1978
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Title: Historical Studies of Changing Fertility (...

Publisher: Princeton University Press

Publication Date: 1978

Book Condition: Good

Edition: First Edition.

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The nine papers in this volume examine the historical experience of particular populations in Western Europe and North America in a search for the processes that change fertility patterns. The contributors' findings enable them to reevaluate some of the conflicting hypotheses that have been advanced for these changes.


The authors stress the effects on fertility of changing mortality. Several theoretical discussions emphasize the importance both of the turnover in adult positions due to mortality and of the highly variable life expectancy of children. The empirical analyses consistently reveal strong associations between levels of fertility and mortality. On the other hand, some essays question whether variations in opportunities to marry acted as quite the regulator that Malthus and many after him have thought. In both preindustrial and industrial populations, fertility regulation within marriage emerges as the primary mechanism by which adjustment occurred.


Originally published in 1978.


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Charles Tilly (1929-2008) was the Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Social Science at Columbia University. His books include Why? (Princeton) and "Democracy"

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