The demography of transforming families / Robert Schoen, editor.

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Other Authors: Schoen, Robert (Demographer)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham, Switzerland : Springer International Publishing, [2023]
Series:Springer series on demographic methods and population analysis ; 56.
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520 |a This book provides an up-to-date survey on the nature, causes, and patterns of family change. The traditional nuclear family has been replaced by a multiplicity of other forms, as widespread cohabitation, high levels of divorce and union dissolution, rising childlessness, and far below replacement fertility have emerged to an extent never before seen. Theoretical perspectives on this Second Demographic Transition are presented, highlighting the dramatic changes in gender roles. New methodological strategies for assessing family dynamics are presented, from multistate models of marriage and divorce combined with fertility to improved techniques for combining census and survey data on the family to a new approach for disentangling age, period, and cohort effects. While the volume emphasizes Western nations, insightful case studies range from analyzing family complexity in cohorts of parents and children in the UK to the impact of interpartner violence on family formation, to the emergence of a gender war in South Korea. By providing new insights into where we are today and how we got here, the book will be of value to all those interested in the contemporary family. "Delayed Fertility as a Driver of Fertility Decline?" available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com. 
505 0 |a Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Part I: Theories of Family Dynamics -- Chapter 1: Introduction and Theoretical Overview -- 1.1 A Theoretical Overview -- 1.1.1 The Proposed Explanations -- 1.1.2 A New Explanatory Framework -- 1.1.2.1 Economic Change -- 1.1.2.2 Ideological/Attitudinal Change -- 1.1.2.3 Demographic Change -- 1.1.2.4 The Rise of Gender Competition -- 1.1.2.5 The Fall in the Social Capital Value of Children and Marriage -- 1.1.2.6 The Second Demographic Transition -- 1.1.2.7 A Recapitulation and Some Thoughts About the Future -- 1.2 The Contributions of Future Chapters 
505 8 |a 3.7 Cross-Sectional Versus Longitudinal -- 3.8 Measurement -- 3.9 Toward a Demography of Kinship -- References -- Chapter 4: Delayed Fertility as a Driver of Fertility Decline? -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Recent Trends in Early, Late, and Completed Fertility in Low Fertility Countries -- 4.2.1 The Mean Age at First Birth Has Increased -- 4.2.2 Large Cross-Country Differences with Regard to Later Fertility -- 4.2.3 Fertility Delay or Postponement? -- 4.3 Does Fertility Delay Cause Fertility Decline? 
505 8 |a 4.4 Evidence Suggests That an Increasing Number of People Are Experiencing Constraints to Childbearing in Later Reproductive L... -- 4.4.1 Many People in Their Late 30s and 40s Would Still Like to Start or Expand Their Family -- 4.4.2 Medically-Assisted Reproduction Has Increased Particularly Among Older Age Groups -- 4.4.3 Behavior Becomes More Conducive to Childbearing as People Near the End of Their Reproductive Window -- 4.5 Changes in Partnership Dynamics Have Contributed to Fertility Decline -- 4.6 Some Implications of Fertility Delay for Future Completed Fertility 
505 8 |a 4.6.1 Access to MAR Will Increasingly Contribute to Completed Fertility -- 4.6.2 Life Conditions in the 30s and Early 40s Will Become More Relevant -- 4.6.3 The Effect of Further Delay on Completed Fertility Will Depend on the Country -- 4.7 Conclusions and Outlook -- References -- Part II: Methodological Analyses of Transforming Families -- Chapter 5: Cohort Effects on Fertility as Age-Period Interactions: A Reanalysis of American Birth Rates, 1917-2020 -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Modeling Age, Period, and Age by Period Interaction Effects -- 5.2.1 An Exploratory Analysis 
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650 0 |a Family demography. 
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