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Peri-Rotem N.
Religion as a moderating factor in the education-fertility relationship
2021,
URL, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
Female education is often linked to lower fertility levels and higher rates of childlessness. However, this relationship does not necessarily hold for all population groups. In this study, Nitzan Peri-Rotem (2020) shows that among religiously observant women in Britain and France, higher education goes hand in hand with a relatively large family size.

Reference


@misc{N.2021a,
  author = {Peri-Rotem N.},
  title = {Religion as a moderating factor in the education-fertility relationship},
  year = {2021},
  url = {https://www.niussp.org/fertility-and-reproduction/religion-as-a-moderating-factor-in-the-education-fertility-relationship-la-religion-comme-moderateur-de-la-relation-entre-niveau-dinstruction-et-fecondite/},
  timestamp = {23.08.2021},
  howpublished = {N-IUSSP},
  abstract = {Female education is often linked to lower fertility levels and higher rates of childlessness. However, this relationship does not necessarily hold for all population groups. In this study, Nitzan Peri-Rotem (2020) shows that among religiously observant women in Britain and France, higher education goes hand in hand with a relatively large family size.}
}
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