4 edition of Development and tribal fertility found in the catalog.
Development and tribal fertility
D. R. Joshi
|LC Classifications||HT147.I5 J67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 135,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||97904555|
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fertility rates show that the peak of childbearing in Malawi is at ages The same age pattern was observed in the Malawi DHS. Table further shows a general fertility rate of live births per 1, women age years and a crude birth rate of 42 births per 1, population. Compared with other eastern andFile Size: KB. Fertility trends by social status Vegard Skirbekk 1 Abstract This article discusses how fertility relates to social status with the use of a new dataset, several times larger than the ones used so far. The status-fertility relation is investigated over several centuries, across .
the fertility transition in ghana revisited samuel agyei-mensah department of geography and resource development, university of ghana. paper prepared for the xxv iussp international population conference, tours, france, july This paper reexamines the determinants of fertility levels and fertility decline, using panel data on Indian districts for and We find that women's education is the most important factor explaining fertility differences across the country and over time. Low levels of child mortality and son preference also contribute to lower fertility.
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Taking Charge of Your Fertility is one of the most well known books on twentieth anniversary edition is updated with up-to-date medical advice and Author: Anna Schaefer.
An intensive micro level study of Gonds of MadhyaPradesh, one of the largest tribal population in India. This volume throws light on various dimensions of this subject, viz., theories of population growth, composition of Gond population and demographic processes of fertility, mortality and by: 2.
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out of 5 stars Paperback. The Indian Subcontinent Has The Largest Concentration Of Tribal Population In The World. After Independence Various Measures Have Been Devised And Implemented For The Uplift Of The Tribals, But Tribal Welfare And Development Has Remained Very Slow And Book Is Based On The Proceedings Of A Nation Seminar Entitled 'Emerging Roles Of Anthropological Knowledge In.
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Reproduction, Fertility and Development publishes research and reviews on all aspects of vertebrate reproduction and developmental biology. Read more about the journal More. Editor-in-Chief: Graeme Martin. Development and tribal fertility book Model: Access options. A book chapter in the book on “Ethnomedical Practices in Tribal Areas”(ISBN), SSDN Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi,J, Dash, P.K.
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Section One contains several overview chapters on fertility, how it is assessed, and how it can be affected by different metabolic states, nutritional habits, dietary supplements. Kumar, P. and Shau, C. “Tribal Development in India” in book Approaches of Tribal Development (ed.) by Chaturbhuj Shau, Adhyaayan Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, P Author: Jokhan Sharma.
The present paper critically reviews the existing literature on fertility, mortality and its gender bias among India's tribal population in the post-Independence period. Despite difficulties and limitations of available literature on tribal demography — most of which has been produced by anthropologists — our review extracts several Cited by: Get this from a library.
Tribal fertility, mortality, and health care practices. [R Mutharayappa] -- With reference to Karnataka, India. The education-fertility link is often interpreted as the effect of education on fertility, even in cross-sectional studies (Dreze and Murthi ; James et al. ); but the same results can also.
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Author: Tulsi Patel. This paper examines the education-fertility linkage in tribal society through a cross section study on the Misings, the second largest scheduled tribe of the state of Assam, India.
Applying multiple regression analysis, the paper finds that while the education of both wife and husband has retarding effect on fertility, the number of live births born is significantly less when wives are more Author: Amarjyoti Mahanta.
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Condition: New. ABOUT THE BOOK: This book is a collection of 16 research papers on 6 different themes. It is an outcome of an international conference organized during November at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Te chnology (KIIT), Bhubaneswar by International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES).
The book is an exploration in characteristics of reproductive health beliefs and practices among tribal people of India.
The socio cultural and demographic background characteristics are correlated with natality fertility processes morbidity conditions and sexually transmitted diseases. National development and tribal deprivation.
New Delhi: Indian Social Institute, © (OCoLC) Online version: National development and tribal deprivation. New Delhi: Indian Social Institute, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Fernandes; Indian Social Institute.Tribal Fertility in India Socio-Cultural Influences on Demographic Behaviour While there is a massive ethnographical and anthropological literature on Indian tribes, relatively little atteRntion has been paid to tribal patterns of demographic behaviour, especially in a historical perspective.Mayilamma: The Life of a Tribal Eco-Warrior is an autobiographical account of an Adivasi woman who emerged as a leader in her community’s struggle against the Coca Cola company in Plachimada.
Mayilamma’s story was transcribed by poet Jothibai Pariyadath in The book initially came out in Malayalam in with the title Mayilamma: Oru : Ashraya Maria.