1 edition of Korean national fertility survey, first country report. found in the catalog.
Korean national fertility survey, first country report.
in Seoul : National Bureau of Statistics of the Economic Planning Board, 1977
Written in English
|Series||World fertility survey : First country report ; 1974|
|LC Classifications||MLCL 83/187 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175, 587, 101 p. : graphs ; 31 cm.|
|Number of Pages||587|
|LC Control Number||79103768|
first marriage and fertility of ever married women in Korea. The relation was analyzed chiefly according to birth intervals and under family planning. The data source is the Korean National Fertility Survey. Fertility in Korea has experienced a remarkable decline in a short period (last 15 years) which coincides with the period of intensive. In the s, however, the gender of the first child ceased to make a difference for second-birth fertility, indicating that son preference has lost its importance in Korean .
Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Korea has a regular National Health and Nutrition Survey, which is conducted every 3 years, since Prior to , a data collection system also existed, but the survey structure was changed from The KIHASA is responsible for the health survey and the KHIDI is responsible for the nutrition survey.
of per live births woman (National Statistics Office of Korea, a). By , Korea’s fertility rate was live births per woman, the lowest rate in the world (The World Bank, ). As of , Korea’s fertility rate was , which is the fifth lowest in the world (Geoba, ). While fertility in Korea has declined, women’s. The purpose of this study was to explore the factors influencing low birth rate among married women using the National Survey data in Korea. We compared the different influences on women’s first and subsequent childbirths. This study was a secondary analysis using the “National Survey on Fertility and Family Health and Welfare”, which was a nationally representative survey .
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Republic of Korea, the Korean national fertility survey, a summary of findings. Korean National Fertility Survey () URL Sample Format Single study Country South Korea Title Korean National. Korean national fertility survey. By Korea. National Bur. of Statistics of the Economic Planning Board, Korean Institute for Family Planning, World Fertility Survey and International Statistical Institute.
Get PDF (57 MB) Topics: Population surveys. The National Fertility and Family Health Survey is a household interview survey that measured pregancies, births, the use of contraception, and the health status of mothers and children.
The survey collected information from married women ages and married men. The National Fertility and Family Health Survey is a household interview survey that measured pregancies, births, the use of contraception, and the health status of mothers and children.
The survey collected responses from married women ages and. IMF Country Report No. 18/41 REPUBLIC OF KOREA SELECTED ISSUES This Selected Issues paper on Republic of Korea was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with the member country.
It is based on the information available at the time it was completed on Decem It is based on data published in First Country Reports of the World Fertility Surveys for eleven countries--Costa Rica, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Panama, Fiji, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri.
Portugal used these instruments but received technical and financial assistance from the developing country program. This information about the World Fertility Survey program comes from the Dynamic Data Base: Catalog of Survey Data Files by the International Statistical Institute, Voorburg, Netherlands, Overview Survey Name.
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To test the formulated hypotheses, we compared fertility hazards among four couple types using the National Survey on Multicultural Families and the National Fertility Survey: couples consisting of a Korean wife and a Korean husband (Korean couples), couples consisting of a foreign wife and a Korean husband (foreign-wife couples.
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The first country to undergo a fertility transition was France, in the 18th century, long before modern contraceptives, and academic research has pinpointed numerous cases of.
Data resource basics. KNHANES is an ongoing surveillance system in the Republic of Korea (hereafter ‘Korea’) that assesses the health and nutritional status of Koreans, monitors trends in health risk factors and the prevalence of major chronic diseases and provides data for the development and evaluation of health policies and programmes in Korea.1 KNHANES was first established in South Korea has experienced the challenge of low fertility sincewhen its total fertility rate first dropped below replacement fertility levels.
Although the Korean government attempts to stem and reverse this trend, South Korea continues to have one of the lowest fertility rates in the world.
The number of survey statistics derived from practical investigation isadministrative statistics derived from administrative records and analytic statistics Products by agencies: (July.
31, ) (Unit: Agency, Kind). This report documents South Korean fertility data collected for the Human Fertility Database (HFD) project. The first census of the Korean population was conducted in under Japanese colonial resident parents is a Korean national, or was born abroad but naturalised.
Births to resident. The Korean Society for Fertility Preservation (KSFP) was established in to to facilitate collaboration between medical doctors and researchers who specialize in reproductive medicine and oncology.
The ultimate purpose of the society is to help patients who are undergoing treatments that will affect their fertility and reproductive function. Get this from a library. Malaysian fertility and family survey, first country report. [R Chander; Malaysia. Jabatan Perangkaan.; Lembaga Perancang Keluarga Negara.].
The Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES) It was conducted as a tri-annual survey for the first 3 cycles, implemented in, and Beginning with the 4th cycle ofit was converted to an annual survey.
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The country’s fertility rate -- the number of expected babies per woman -- fell to between July and September, the national statistics office said Wednesday in a statement.