Publication


Breton, D. and Prioux, F.
The one-child family: France in the European context
Demographic Research, 2009
europe france generations gender survey (ggs) low fertility multivariate analysis parity progression ratios
URL, DOI, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
This paper observes the change since the 1970s in the proportion of men and women having only one child during their reproductive life, and examines their sociodemographic characteristics. The aim is to explore the significant variables of the complement of the parity progression ratio from first to second birth (1-A1). First, we present the theories, findings and results relating to the single-child family model in Europe. Then, we perform a multivariate analysis with the dependent variable of the model being the fact of not having had a second child ten years after the birth of a first child in stable unions.

Reference


@article{Breton2009j,
  author = {Breton, D. and Prioux, F.},
  title = {The one-child family: France in the European context},
  year = {2009},
  journal = {Demographic Research},
  volume = {20},
  number = {27},
  pages = {657-692},
  month = {Jun},
  keywords = {europe, france, generations, gender survey (ggs), low fertility, multivariate analysis, parity progression ratios},
  doi = {10.4054/DemRes.2009.20.27},
  url = {http://www.demographic-research.org/Volumes/Vol20/27/20-27.pdf},
  timestamp = {28.09.2011},
  owner = {Joklova},
  language = {English},
  abstract = {This paper observes the change since the 1970s in the proportion of men and women having only one child during their reproductive life, and examines their sociodemographic characteristics. The aim is to explore the significant variables of the complement of the parity progression ratio from first to second birth (1-A1). First, we present the theories, findings and results relating to the single-child family model in Europe. Then, we perform a multivariate analysis with the dependent variable of the model being the fact of not having had a second child ten years after the birth of a first child in stable unions.}
}

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