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proximate determinants of fertility in North Sudan

IbrДЃhД«m К»AbbДЃs

proximate determinants of fertility in North Sudan

by IbrДЃhД«m К»AbbДЃs

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Published by International Statistical Institute in Voorburg, Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility, Human -- Sudan.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIbrahim Abbas, I. Kalule-Sabiti.
    SeriesScientific reports -- no. 73, Scientific reports (World Fertility Survey) -- no. 73.
    ContributionsKalule-Sabiti, Ishmael.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13591501M

      Abstract. Proximate determinants link both social and biological factors to fertility. In this section, we will summarize available data related to proximate determinants of fertility in Japan while referring to some of the related literature targeting populations : Shoko Konishi, Shoko Konishi, Emi Tamaki. Bongaarts () termed these factors as proximate determinants of fertility, since they directly, affect fertility; all other social, economic and environmental factors affect fertility through these by:

    Of the following important proximate determinants of fertility, _____ is least effective in terms of its average effect on fertility levels. voluntary abstinence Among women in their 30s and 40s in the United States, the most popular form of contraception is. frequent fertility regulation through contraception or abortion are also explored. A study in exploring the utility of studying the proximate determinants of fertility for sub-national variations favours some modifications in proximate determinant framework and recommended its application in different background characteristics (Singh, ).File Size: KB.

    THE PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS After the initial work of Davis and Blake [2] who identified eleven proximate or intermediate variables through which cultural and socio-economic factors could affect fertility, Bongaarts [5] argues that only four (marriage, contraception, induced abortion and breast-feeding) variables indeed affect fertility at the Cited by: 8. A Framework for Analyzing the Proximate Determinants of Fertility Working papers - Center for Policy Studies, Population Council, N.Y.). Population Council (New York Center for Policy Studies Working papers: Author: John Bongaarts: Publisher: Population Council, Original from: Cornell University: Digitized: Length: 98 pages.


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Proximate determinants of fertility in North Sudan by IbrДЃhД«m К»AbbДЃs Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY The Sudan Fertility Survey (SUDFS), was the first large­ scale attempt to measure fertility and its socio-economic and socio-cultural determinants in the history of the country.

The questionnaire included among other things, questions on 'Factors Other Than Contraception Affecting Fertility' (FOTCAF) and their proximate. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Abbas, Ibrahim.

Proximate determinants of fertility in North Sudan. Voorburg, Netherlands. Among the proximate determinants of fertility, the practice of birth control also does not figure in the fertility decline.

Sudanese women are non- contracepting population. Fertility Determinan in Sudan: Analysis of Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, Sudan has continuously reported high fertility rates. While the influence of both underlying and proximate determinants is well documented in various studies worldwide, there’s a lack of recent information on their influence on fertility in : Mustafa Elnagi Elsamani Hassan, Sukamdi Sukamdi, Agus Joko Pitoyo.

Sub-Saharan Africa appears to exhibit significant urban-rural differentials in fertility, and in the proximate behaviors affecting fertility. Figure 3 presents the total, urban and rural TFR for SSA and the seven other countries, by ascending order of TFR.

All urban TFRs are far lower than rural TFRs in Size: 3MB. The present study estimates the fertility-inhibiting effects of the four important proximate determinants, namely marriage, contraception, induced abortion and post-partum infecundability in Viet Nam.

It is based on using data obtained from the and round of the Viet Nam Demographic and Health Survey (VNDHS).Author: Chander Shekhar, Kumudini Das, Thi Ngoc Lan Nguyen. 90 | Other Proximate Determinants of Fertility Table Current marital status Percent distribution of women by current marital status, according to age, Turkey Marital status Current age Never married Married Widowed Divorced Separated Total Number of women 2, The proximate determinants of fertility.

and birth intervals in Egypt: An application of calendar data. use for north-east Brazil in and data from the calendar in the Brazilian DHS extent to which the proximate determinants affect fertility and hence the mechanisms. bangladesh fertility survey: scatter of sample points contribution of proximate determinants to differences of fertility levels by education subgroups the geographical setting of bangladesh and its four administrative divisions, contribution of.

proximate determinants to differences in fertility levels by education areasAuthor: Syeda Zakia Hossain. Bongaarts and Potter () quantified the effects of six of the nine proximate determinants of fertility that were shown to have the greatest effect on fertility in 41 populations: percentage of women in sexual union, postpartum abstinence and lactational amenorrhea (taken together), contraceptive use, abortion.

The Proximate Determinants of Fertility. The effects on fertility of its 3 major proximate determinants were examined -- marriage, contraception, and postpartum infecundability.

The model of Bongaarts was applied both at the national level and for residence and education subgroups of 29 World Fertility Surveys (WFSs). The proximate determinants of fertility are the biological and behavioral factors through which socioeconomic and environmental variables operate to influence the rate of childbearing in a population.

Three biological proximate variables are identified: permanent sterility, the probability of conception, and intrauterine by: The role of proximate determinants in influencing fertility has been well documented worldwide. Bongaarts’ aggregate model of the proximate determinants (which focuses on marriage, contraception, abortion, and sterility) has been widely used to analyse the influence of proximate determinants on fertility.

In Zambia, however, there is limited understanding of their by: 2. Results: The overall total fertility rate of the two Gondar zones was computed as Among the three major proximate determinants in reducing fertility in the two zones, postpartum infecundability (Ci=) stood first followed by contraceptive use (Cc=) and non- marriage Cited by: The Proximate Determinants of Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa Article (PDF Available) in Population and Development Review 10(3) September.

Apart from proximate determinants, certain sociodemographic factors have been reported to inform fertility in some developing nations but a comprehensive report for Nigeria is lacking in the literature.

This study tested effects of some determinants of fertility on the level of fertility in Nigeria using data from the Nigerian. Author(s): Abbas,Ibrahim Title(s): The proximate determinants of fertility in North Sudan/ Ibrahim Abbas, I.

Kalule-Sabiti. Country of Publication: Netherlands. The study utilizes Stover‟s reformulation of Bongaarts‟ model of proximate determinant. The findings show that postpartum infecundability has a farmore dominant inhibiting effect on fertility than the other proximate fertility determinants and has been relatively stable over the decade.

THE PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY Figure 1 Total Marital Fertility Rate and Index of Proportion Married for Developed (x) and Developing (a) Countries During practice of contraception is rare or virtually absent, and marital fertility is relatively high, while in the economically developed nations, where.

determinant of fertility such as income or education. Consequently, fertility differences among populations and trends in fertility over time can always be traced to variations in one or more of the proximate determinants.

If accurately measured and modeled, the proximate determinants should explain % of variation in by:. chapter presents discussions on these proximate determinants of fertility. Questions pertaining to the above-mentioned proximate determinants of fertility were included in the Women’s Questionnaire, which was used to interview ever-married women age The Bongaarts model provides a framework for analyzing the relationships between fertility and its proximate determinants.

The results of the analysis showed that durations of breastfeeding, amenorrhea and postpartum sexual abstinence are relatively short in Bendel State compared with some other ethnic groups in Nigeria.determinants.

Proximate determinants of fertility include those factors that directly in uence fertility [ ]. is implies that if one proximate variable changes, holding all others constant, fertility will change. Bongaarts [] argued that there were eight proximate determinants of fertility categorised into three broad cate-gories: (I) Exposure Cited by: 2.