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Trayectoria de paradigmas que explican la fecundidad

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  • Medina V. Margarita R.


  • Maria Do Carmo Fonseca


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    El objetivo principal de este estudio es identificar la posible conexión entre la propuesta original de la teoría de la transición demográfica y otros paradigmas que explican los cambios en el comportamiento reproductivo de las poblaciones, aparecidos en la segunda mitad del siglo XX. Las principales conclusiones se refieren a las continuidades y rupturas en la trayectoria de las teorías escogidas en el estudio: transición de la fecundidad, teoría del costo beneficio de los hijos, modelo de los determinantes próximos de la fecundidad, teoría del flujo intergeneracional de riquezas y estudios de población con enfoque de género. Además, la discusión de los cambios entre paradigmas y distintas políticas de intervención en la fecundidad es otro foco de interés en este estudio.

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    Volume (Year): (2005)
    Issue (Month): (February)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000090:003659
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    1. John Bongaarts, 2002. "The End of the Fertility Transition in the Developed World," Population and Development Review, The Population Council, Inc., vol. 28(3), pages 419-443.
    2. Paul Gertler & John Molyneaux, 1994. "How economic development and family planning programs combined to reduce indonesian fertility," Demography, Springer;Population Association of America (PAA), vol. 31(1), pages 33-63, February.
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