The Fertility Transition in Latin America

By José Miguel Guzmán; Susheela Singh et al. | Go to book overview

Index
abortion 88, 92
Cuba407, 409-10
Europe100
Peru428
see also induced
Acosta, M.182
actual Total Fertility Rate 233-6
adolescent childbearing, see under Colombia
adolescent fertility 11-12, 147
Africa:
contraception 151, 152-3
demographic transition 95, 96
induced abortion 182, 183
nuptiality trends 135, 141
age 297, 406
at first birth 318
at first union/marriage 35, 70, 262, 263, 319, 354
of married women 248
maternal 292, 293-4
structure 8-12, 386, 402-3, 426
12-25 years 258, 261
at union 29, 31, 32, 40
women with children 269, 292, 293-4
women in different occupations 270-1
women in education 266
women in union 268
women working 267
of youngest child 336-9
see also age-specific fertility; Singulate
age-specific fertility rate 4, 8-9, 12
adolescent childbearing 310, 312, 313, 320
Argentina356
Cuba403
fertility decline 115
Mexico326
mortality reduction 103
nuptiality trends 139
Peru417, 419, 420, 421, 423, 427, 431
aged, social policies for 390-2
Alántara, E.218
Alencar, A. de A.383
Alfonso, J. C.398, 399, 400
Alvarez, L.398, 403, 407, 409
Anderton, D.220
Andrade, E. C. de383
Antigua 76, 78, 80, 82, 84, 154, 174
Aramburú, C. E.415-36
Argentina345-57, 398
adolescent childbearing 315
contraception 155, 159-60
crude birth rate 346, 348, 355
demographic transition 92, 101, 105, 106
diffusionist approach 216 n.
family formation process 50
family planning 197, 201, 207
fertility control 353-5
fertility decline xxiii, 115, 118, 283
fertility differences 349-53
fertility transition process and trends 346-9, 355-6
General Fertility Rate 347, 348, 351, 355
induced abortion 181
nuptiality trends 138, 140-1, 143, 144, 145, 147
overview of transition 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, 24
social change xxiii
wanted fertility 234
Aries, P.96
Armijo, R.194, 200-1
Arocena, V.415
Arretx, C.347, 348
Arriaga, E.102, 215
Arruda, J. M.168, 379, 381 n.
Aruba78, 80, 82, 84, 85
Ascadi Associates 291, 292, 293
Ascadi, G. T. F.291, 292, 293
ASCOFAME 200
ASFR, see age-specific fertility rate
Asia135, 141, 151, 152-3, 172, 182, 183
Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies 198
Atkin, L. C.179-89
Australia100, 346
Austria99, 346
Bachrach, C. A.172
Bahamas76, 78, 80, 82
Bailey, J.309
Baily, S.351 n.
Balin, J.186, 207, 283
Banguero, H.254
Barbados154, 174, 234
demographic transition 76, 77, 78, 80, 82, 84-9 passim
Bauman, K. E.228
Becker, G.213 n.
Beckford, G.75
Behm, H.398, 399, 400
Belgium97, 98, 99, 100

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