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Ethnicity and fertility

Peter S. J. Chen

Ethnicity and fertility

the case of Singapore

by Peter S. J. Chen

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Published by Chopmen Enterprises in [Singapore] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Singapore.
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Singapore.,
    • Ethnology -- Singapore.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 17.

      Statementby Peter S. J. Chen.
      SeriesSociology working paper ; no. 65
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1055.A3 C46
      The Physical Object
      Pagination27 p. ;
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4252045M
      LC Control Number80940906

        Researchers looked at 36, patients who had undergone IVF treatment at one D.C. area practice over the past 14 years, and who self-identified as .   The Influence of Family Economy, Social Demands, and Ethnicity in South Africa 8 Excess Fertility, Unintended Births, and Children's Schooling 9 Women's Education, Marriage, and Fertility in South Asia: Do Men Really Not Matter?

      fertility by ethnic group in Kenya, , and Source: Derived from KDHS DATA, , and (The includes some ethnic groups such as Masai with a TFR of , Somali , Turkana and Kuria under other). Figure 2 indicates that, whereas there have been declines in total fertility among the ethnic. A more recent study has shown that Asian ethnicity was an independent predictor of poor outcome with IVF. There have been no studies examining IVF pregnancy outcomes in Hispanics in comparison to any other ethnic groups. When I was in training, I published the first study comparing IVF outcomes among multiple ethnic groups.

      Ethnicity and fertility in Malaysia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. MLA Citation. Book, Description: Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, xiv, pages: illustrations, map ; 22 cm. ISBN: (paperback) Series: Ethnicity and fertility in Southeast Asia series. Fertility rates, by race/ethnicity and age group of mother: Selected years, to Age of mother Total White Black Hispanic Asian/ Pacific Islander American Indian/ Alaska Native Total (ages 15–44) 15–19 years 20–24 years


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Ethnic Differences in Fertility and Assisted Reproduction: Medicine & Health Science Books @   The author examines the context of fertility differentials by looking at social, cultural, and historical backgrounds, and attempts to utilize the minority status hypothesis, which was originally applied to ethnic groups in the United States, to explain differences in Asian ethnic fertility in by: Ethnic Differences in Fertility and Assisted Reproduction serves to answer the questions that arise when managing infertility in a multi-ethnic population.

An expert assembly of key leaders in the field of Reproductive Medicine imparts insight and clinical experience in order to identify and analyze the possible causes of racial disparities in. It offers a corrective to the dominance of the narratives of hegemonic groups in infertility research.

The collection begins with a discussion of fertility prevalence and access to treatment for minorities in the West and considers some of the key methodological challenges for social research on ethnicity.

Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Get Books This paper, exploring the relationship between culture and fertility in Thailand, cites empirical evidence showing that each ethnic group's birth control practice is affected differently by different kinds of variables.

Abstract Ethnic diversity of the contemporary UK population is reflected in fertility differences and this chapter presents recent trends in the level and timing at childbearing of women of the. Abstract. This chapter explores ethnic/racial disparities surrounding fertility/infertility (specifically unassisted reproduction) and will provide evidence from the literature that supports hypothesized hormonal, metabolic, anatomic, and cultural factors which may affect natural fertility.

Taking Charge of Your Fertility, 20th Anniversary Edition: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health Toni Weschler out of 5 stars 1,   Fertility Rate By Ethnicity Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islanders.

Even though they are one of the least populous ethnic group in the country, the Native Hawaiians had the highest fertility rate in the country in of about 2, children per 1, women. Their fertility rate has been increasing from (children per woman Author: Geoffrey Migiro. Ethnicity and fertility in Indonesia.

[Mely G Tan; Budi Suradji.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mely G Tan; Budi Suradji. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Ethnicity and fertility in Southeast Asia series.

Edition/Format: Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Fertility, Human -- Malaysia -- Malaya. Ethnicity -- Malaysia -- Malaya. Demographic surveys -- Malaysia -- Malaya.

View all subjects; More like this. Introduction: Ethnicity, Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technologies Infertility is a common occurrence. Differences in definitions, measurement criteria and healthcare systems between countries make global estimates of the prevalence of infertility difficult.

fertility. Using crude average fertility rates, sole-ethnicity Pasifika and Māori ethnic groups still have substantially higher fertility than sole-ethnicity Europeans and Asians ethnic groups, even when simultaneously accounting for age, socioeconomic status, education, and religious affiliation.

Christians have more children. Total Period Fertility rate by ethnic group, Fertility trends by ethnicity 1 3 TFR Wbritish Wother Caribbean.

This is one of six titles resulting from the Ethnicity and Fertility in Southeast Asia Project that commenced in Building upon the results of an earlier study, which established that ethnicity was a significant factor underlying fertility differentials among the various ethnic groups in Southeast Asia, the project aimed to explore in greater detail the extent to which ethnicity and.

Total fertility rate by ethnicity U.S. Published by Erin Duffin, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women had the highest fertility rate of any ethnicity in the United States in. Get this from a library. Ethnicity and Fertility in the Philippines.

[Ma Cecilia Gastardo-Conaco; Pilar Ramos-Jiminez] -- These six titles resulted from the Ethniciy and Fertility in Southeast Asia Project that commenced in Building upon the results of an earlier study, which established that ethnicity was a.

The Reprint was a product of the RAND Corporation from to that represented previously published journal articles, book chapters, and reports with the permission of the publisher.

RAND reprints were formally reviewed in accordance with the publisher's editorial policy and compliant with RAND's rigorous quality assurance standards for. RACE/ETHNICITY, FERTILITY INTENTIONS, AND WELL-BEING: THE IMPORTANCE OF OCCUPATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS IN AMERICAN WOMEN’S LIVES A Thesis in Sociology and Demography by Karina M.

Shreffler © Karina M. Shreffler Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy August A number of studies have shown fertility differential by ethnic groups, including published estimates up to in the UK, questioning the possibility of converging trends in a near future (Rees,Large, Gosh and Fry,Coleman and Smith, ).

In-vitro fertility is available to varying degrees, but there are religious constraints on the use of donor sperm and, to a lesser degree, on donor eggs in many locations. Iran and Turkey are the most liberal when it comes to donors, but even so, the social pressures relegate these treatments to a high degree of secrecy, particularly with donor.

The foreign-born Hispanic population has higher fertility compared to non-Hispanic groups in the United States. Fertility differentials across race and ethnicity often focus on comparing the following three categories: (1) all race groups not differentiated by Hispanic origin, (2) Hispanic people of any race group and (3) the non-Hispanic White alone population.Get this from a library!

Ethnicity and Fertility in Singapore. [Eddie C Y Kuo; Seen-kong Chiew] -- This is one of six titles resulting from the Ethnicity and Fertility in Southeast Asia Project that commenced in Building upon the results of an earlier study, which established that ethnicity.