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  • Hierarchie reality a hodnoceni demografickych a geodemografickych systému. (The hierarchy of reality and the assessment of demographic and geo-demographic systems)
  • Dynamics of socio-economic evolution. Gnoseological and ontological principles are the point of departure for a classification of real systems. Types of developing processes. The specifies of demographic and geo-demographic systems provided both
  • A demographic study of Hokkaido and the rest of Japan. The application of the multiregional demographic model
  • Adoption of a multiregional demographic model to study the demographic behaviour of Hokkaido in relation to the national context. Results show a striking high rate of out-migration of young people in the 15-19 years age-group from Hokkaido
  • The demographic explosion: the Latin American experience
  • Demographic responses and demographic transitions: a case study of Sweden
  • Demographic influences on migration
  • Age group ; Demographic change ; Demographic cycle ; Demographic structure ; Internal migration ; Interregional migration ; Migration model
  • Population policies and the demographic process : an appraisal of Sri Lankan experience
  • Fertility and mortality estimation from the Panama retrospective demographic survey, 1976
  • Some demographic indicators for Khartoum conurbation, Sudan
  • Demographic profile of Ukrainian Americans, 1970
  • The demographic transition: model and reality in (Mélanges en l'honneur d'Ilmari Hustich).
  • Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Hungary ; International migration ; Regional development
  • The A. associates processes of spatial migration with the goals of regional development and their demographic consequences in the various regions. The Hungarian demographic processes are investigated in an internatioanl framework and, in addition
  • Zakonitosti vyvoje demografickych systému. (Laws of development of demographic systems)
  • The trends of the world demographic revolution reflects the differentiation of particular populations. In the developed countries the demographic revolution has already been completed, in the developing countries it is taking place. Now, it has
  • Demographic analysis ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Handbook ; Population
  • Aragón ; Demographic analysis ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Population projection ; Spain ; Zaragoza
  • The second demographic transition: what does it mean for the future of Europe's population?
  • Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Demographic transition ; Demography ; Europe ; Fertility ; Natural increase ; Population projection
  • The demographic status of and perspectives for the Russian Federation
  • Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Fertility ; Mortality ; Natural increase ; Population projection ; Russia ; Scenario
  • population. Les prévisions démographiques pour les 50 années à venir sont teintées de pessimisme, voire d'alarmisme. Examen des conséquences socio-économiques et géopolitiques. Points de vue de démographes et de politologues russes.
  • Age group ; Croatia ; Demographic change ; Demographic decline ; Demographic structure ; Depopulation ; Internal migration ; Population ; Population ageing
  • Emigration has, especially in the last 30 years, markedly negativly influenced the courses of the demographic development of Hrvatsko zagorje. The consequence of such a demographic exodus of the region is a disturbed age and sex balance
  • Demographic resources of Croatia's border areas
  • Croatia ; Demographic structure ; Frontier region ; Regional development
  • by depopulation and with small settlements and with prevailing negative demographic and economic characteristics and trends. An unfavourable demographic and educational structure becomes a confining factor of further developments. Activities for a revival
  • The expert witness in unitary hearings: the six green factors and spatial-demographic change
  • Demographic change ; Education ; Ethnic community ; Racism ; School system ; Segregation ; Social integration ; United States of America
  • Forty years after Brown, the legal climate and the demographic composition of the United States are quite different. The intersection of a restrained court and fundamental demographic shifts has changed the agenda and raised issues of how to proceed
  • toward the continuing objective of societal integration. Recent court decisions about unitary status and the return to local control have directed attention to the clash between spatial demographic change and legal intervention.
  • Communism ; Czech Republic ; Demographic change ; Demography ; Mortality ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century
  • The demographic revolution started in the first half of the 19th century and ended between the two World Wars. The demographic development in the second half of the 20th century corresponds to the political appartenance to the Soviet-block