The Fertility Transition in Latin America

By JosÉ Miguel GuzmÁn; Susheela Singh et al. | Go to book overview

List of Figures
1.1. Latin America: TFR by country 1985-19907
1.2. Latin America: TFR, selected countries 1950-20009
1.3. Latin America: fertility rates by age, selected countries, 1985-199011
1.4. Latin America: TFR by degree of urbanization, selected17
countries 1965-1980
1.5. Latin America: TFR by level of schooling, selected countries18
1965-1980
1.6. Latin America: TFR by occupational group, selected countries20
1965-1980
2.1. Latin America and the Caribbean: national level estimates of35
total marital fertility, age at marriage, and indices of spacing and limiting, selected countries
2.2. Latin America and the Caribbean: indices of spacing and37
limiting and total marital fertility by type of place of residence
2.3. Latin America and the Caribbean: indices of spacing and39
limiting and total marital fertility by wife's level of education, selected countries
2.4. Latin America: indices of spacing and limiting and total marital41
fertility by husband's occupation
2.5. Latin America and the Caribbean: % increase in spacing42
and limiting and % decrease in marital fertility versus baseline level, for social strata within countries
3.1. Latin America: changes in family formation at two moments in56
time, Pn
3.2. Latin America: patterns of fertility transition in the 1980s, pn66
3.3. Latin America: characteristics of women aged 15-49 (%), DHS69
4.1. The Caribbean: changes in the TFR since 1950, selected countries81
4.2. The Caribbean: changes in the TFR as a function of several91
economic variables, various countries, 1960, 1970, 1980
5.1. Europe and Latin America: TFRs 1955-1985101
5.2. Chile and Costa Rica: fertility rate by five-year age-groups103
1950-1980

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