2 edition of Family dynamics and population change in China found in the catalog.
Family dynamics and population change in China
|Statement||by Zeng Yi.|
|Series||Working papers of the N.I.D.I -- no. 54, Working paper (Nederlands Interuniversitair Demografisch Instituut) -- no. 54.|
|LC Classifications||HQ684 Y5 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
Given the importance of this culture-specific type of conflict, Dr. Richard M. Lee and I examined the psychometric properties of the Asian American Family Conflicts Scale in a sample of 1, participants to determine how well the measure worked with Asian Americans across different ethnicities, generational status, sex and nationality. Marlynn Levin, M.A., is Director of the Work/Family Center, The Merrill-Palmer Institute for Family and Human Development, Wayne State University, A East Ferry Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, In the past decade there have been evolutionary changes in the social, political, and economic structure of Author: Marlynn Levin.
John: Dr. Greg Smalley and his wife, Erin on today’s “Focus on the Family” with Jim Daly and we’ve got a great resource for you. It’s free. It’s free. It’s called Helpful Hints for Holiday Struggles and it provides tips on dealing with all those family dynamics that happen when you get together. Dynamics of Population Change New York City With the economic crisis and slow recovery in the nation, we are often asked about the effects that these events have on the size and characteristics of the city’s population, especially concerning patterns of change. In order to address this question, it is important to understand the processes that.
A phenomenological qualitative study was utilized to explore family dynamics in stay-at-home father and working mother households. A total of 20 working mothers were asked to describe family interactions and daily routines with regard to their Cited by: 3. Family Dynamics of the Stay-at-Home Father and Working Mother Relationship Cassie Rushing, PhD1,2, and Lisa Powell, PhD1,2,3 Abstract A phenomenological qualitative study was utilized to explore family dynamics in stay-at-home father and working mother households.
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Family Dynamics in China was the first English-language demographic profile by a Chinese author of contemporary population trends and family structure in by: The census of population, the first in China to use sophisticated techniques of data collection and analysis, made it possible to examine family characterisitics and their determinants: marriage, widowhood, and divorce; fertility and mortality; and rural-urban, ethnic, and regional diferences.
The original article included a simulation based on fertility, mortality, and nuptiality rates of –70 and of The simulations give a quantitative account of family size, family type (nuclear vs.
three-generation), and marital status of the reference person under various demographic by: "Choosing Daughters gives us key insights into the complexity of reproductive choices in rural China.
Through meticulous ethnographic research and a firm grasp of big issues, Lihong Shi shows us not only why some Chinese families choose―in fact, desire―to have only one daughter, but also how ideas about son preference, elder care, familial intimacy, and filial piety are being redefined."Format: Paperback.
Population Dynamics and Economic Growth in China Article in China Economic Review June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. China is aging at an extraordinary speed and has the largest quantity of elderly persons in the world.
Scholars utilize this unprecedented living experience of human being and the unique Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey (CLHLS) datasets with the aim to answer in this volume the following questions critical to the aging population world wide.
Introduction. There is now widespread recognition that demographic change can have a profound and positive impact on economic growth, during the period in which declining mortality and fertility rates underpin a rising share of the working-age population and hence a boost to per capita income growth, known as a ‘demographic dividend’ (Asian Development Bank,Bloom and Williamson Cited by: With the socioeconomic development and change of people's values, there is some significant change in family size and structure in China.
According to the 10% sample data from the 4th Census, 1 family has persons on an average, less than the 3rd Census by persons; among all types of families, 1-generation families account for %, 3.
Family dynamics change through history and around the world. In China, the role of family plays an important part of daily life. The role of family in China has shifted to become more modernized, but family still holds an important place in Chinese culture.
Beginning in the s—and accelerating over the last two decades—changes in marriage, divorce, cohabitation, and nonmarital childbearing have transformed family life in the United States. The family continues to serve a primary role in raising children and caring for elderly relatives.
This study examines the kinship dynamics of the elderly in rural China using a microsimulation approach. Two major questions this study addresses are: To what extent will the kinship structure of the elderly which forms the demographic capacity of the family support system be affected by the fertility decline in the s in China.
and when will these changes in the kinship structure occur?Cited by: 5. The task of integrating family research needs to start with defining the family itself. Families consist of members with very different perspectives, needs, obligations, and resources. The characteristics of individual family members change over time—within life spans and across generations.
Families exist in a broader economic, social, and cultural context that itself changes over by: 1. Peace and harmony may be the goal, but family dysfunction is insidious and can come in many forms.
When one family member contends with a problem such as alcoholism, drug abuse, domestic violence. This paper examined the relationships between family relations and life satisfaction between the two groups of older people with different hukou s in Putian, Fujian, China.
Five factors related to family relations: family support network, satisfaction with family support, family harmony, filial support and filial discrepancy, were included in the by: Family Dynamics of 63 Million (in ) to More Than Million (in ) Elders in China Journal Article Based on censuses micro data files, population and family households projections, this paper analyses extremely rapid population aging, family dynamics and living arrangements of the elderly in China.
The areas examined include the impact of the evolving Second Demographic Transition, where complex patterns of gender dynamics and social change are re-orienting family life.
New analyses of marriage, cohabitation, union dynamics, and union dissolution provide a fresh look at the changing family life cycle, emerging patterns of partner choice.
China's patrilineal and patriarchal tradition has encouraged a long-standing preference for male heirs within families. Coupled with China's birth-planning policy, this has led to a severe gender imbalance. But a counterpattern is emerging in rural China where a noticeable proportion of young couples have willingly accepted having a single daughter.
They are doing so even as birth-planning. Family dynamics include family alignments, hierarchies, roles, ascribed characteristics and patterns of interactions within a family. Where possible, use a strengths-based approach when exploring family dynamics, and identify strengths or ways a pattern serves those involved.
into two major sections: Households and Families in Appalachia, and Family Structure and Poverty. This paper is part of a series of reports being written for the Appalachian Regional Commission on topics including population growth, labor markets, poverty, racial and ethnic diversity, housing and commuting, age structure, migration, and Size: KB.
Chapter 9 by Fernandez, Garcia-Lopez, Tuon, and Martin looks at ways to assess the contribution of a national development plan (NDP) to reducing poverty and inequality through better elaboration, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. The two case studies of Cambodia and Costa Rica conclude that NDP evaluations are more complex than project or program evaluations, since they.
In this article, we will examine all of the many variations of the family structure and its inherent dynamics over the following sections: The Nuclear Family. The Nuclear Family is traditionally thought of the parents and the siblings.
Though this is the most basic family arrangement Author: Michael Meyerhoff.Dynamics of rural growth in Bangladesh: sustaining poverty reduction (English) Abstract.
The rural economy in Bangladesh has been a powerful source of economic growth and has substantially reduced poverty, especially sincebut the remarkable transformation and unprecedented dynamism in rural Bangladesh are an underexplored, underappreciated Cited by: 4.Alice C.
Schermerhorn, E. Mark Cummings, in Advances in Child Development and Behavior, D A comprehensive model of transactional family dynamics. Thus, transactional family dynamics provides a framework for organizing and integrating information about family influence processes. One hope is that the theoretical notions we describe here may serve as a catalyst prompting others to outline.