Dynamics of Values in Fertility Change

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures ix
  • List of Tables xi
  • Contributors xv
  • Part I Introduction 1
  • 1: Introduction and Overview 3
  • References 14
  • Part II the Value of Children 17
  • 2: Theories of the Value of Children: A New Approach 19
  • Notes 37
  • Notes 41
  • Part III the Multi-Dimensional Nature of Values and Value Change 49
  • 3: Traditional Families and Fertility Decline: Lessons from Australia's Southern Europeans 51
  • Notes 71
  • Notes 73
  • 4: The Cultural Significance of Western Fertility Trends in the 1980s 78
  • References 98
  • 5: Changes in Fertility Values and Behaviour: A Life Course Perspective 100
  • Notes 117
  • Notes 118
  • 6: Values and Fertility Change in Japan 121
  • 7: Women, Work, and Children 148
  • Notes 172
  • Notes 173
  • Part IV Mechanisms of Value Change 177
  • 8: Social Networks and the Diffusion of Fertility Control in the Republic of Korea 179
  • Notes 205
  • Notes 208
  • 9: Interaction, Diffusion, and Fertility Transition in Costa Rica: Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence 210
  • References 234
  • 10: Mass Communications and Fertility 237
  • Notes 250
  • References 250
  • 11: Television, Telenovelas, and Fertility Change in North-East Brazil 252
  • Notes 270
  • Notes 271
  • Part V Gender Values, Religion, Culture, and Fertility Change 273
  • 12: Fairness and Fertility: The Meaning of Son Preference in Morocco 275
  • Notes 291
  • References 291
  • 13: Religious Values and Fertility Decline: Catholics and Lutherans in Alsace, 1750-1870 293
  • Notes 307
  • Notes 308
  • 14: Religious Values, Dependencies, and Fertility: Evidence and Implications from Israel 310
  • Notes 328
  • References 329
  • 15: Cultural Perspectives on West African Fertility Change 331
  • Note 340
  • References 340
  • 16: Worldliness and Fertility Control: Cultural Attributes of Contraceptive Users Among Rural Bangladeshi Women 343
  • References 353
  • Part VI - Conclusion 355
  • 17: Conclusions 357
  • Index 371
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