Every free action is produced by the concurrence of two causes; one moral, i. When I walk towards an object, it is necessary first that I should will to go there, and, in the second place, that my feet should carry me.
Bongaarts index of contraception Ci: Bongaarts index of lactational infecundability Cm: Bongaarts index of marriage CPD: Demographic and Health Survey FR: Total fertility marital rate TN: Total fertility natural rate TFR: Total fertility rate WFS: The review gives particular attention to the linkages between education and fertility, although its relationships with mortality and migration are also mentioned.
Among the socio-economic factors that affect the three demographic processes, education is a key determinant, although its impact is enhanced or reduced according to the social and cultural conditions of every country.
Educated individuals are better equipped to safeguard the survival of mothers and their children; they are also in a better position to take appropriate decisions concerning their migratory options. The links with fertility are analyzed through the impact on fertility preferences, as well as on nuptiality, breastfeeding and use of contraception.
The review of the literature indicates that education is the most solid and consistent variable to increase the demand for family planning services.
Its chapter on implications of population trends in developing countries has the following conclusion: In the search for actions that would be effective and acceptable, scholars and officials have recognized the critical value of education.
There are many linkages between education and population. Education has been identified in many studies as one of the most powerful determinants of reproductive behaviour, as well as a crucial factor influencing mortality and affecting internal and international migration.
Nevertheless, it is also known that rapid population growth, as well as large and rapid migration movements may also affect the achievement of educational goals. This review concentrates on education as a factor affecting population variables.
Among these variables, the review gives a particular attention to the linkages with fertility, although its relationships with mortality and migration are also given some consideration.
The paper does not pretend to make an exhaustive review of the various linkages; there is a large and impressive literature on the subject. Instead, the paper is aimed at providing a concise summary of what we know about the linkages, where we stand, and what is feasible in programmatic terms, to offer an objective set of findings that could help meet the needs expressed by the advisors of the Country Support Teams CSTs and other colleagues of the Technical Support Services TSS system.
The paper concentrates on the recent work done by the Population Division of the United Nations, which provides a global and comparative perspective; such work is mainly based on information collected from households and individuals from developing countries rather than aggregate country data.
The paper is organized into five sections.
The first section provides a general view of the place of education in the development process.An average of , foreigners a day in arrive the United States. This group includes 3, who have received immigrant visas that allow them to settle and become naturalized citizens after five years, and 99, tourists and business and student visitors.
Fourth, the factors have varying effects on population change from rural to suburban to urban areas. Some factors appear to affect population change more in one area than in others. The effects also depend upon the areal characteristics of the area; for example, urban population change is more constrained by existing land use and policies.
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