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  • Some features of family Transformation
  • Conditions, factors and trends in the transformation of the family, principal types of family households, reduction and socialization of the functions of the family in consumption expenditure and satisfaction of the needs of family members
  • , transformation of the Kinship structure of the family, changes in the status and role of family members, relationships within the family.
  • Employment of family and non-family labour in agriculture
  • Complete family households
  • Children ; Czech Republic ; Demographic decline ; Demography ; Family ; Fertility
  • Complete family households in Czech Republic consitute 62% of the Census Households (1991). Long-term decrease of fertility continued after demographic wave in the the eightieth showing further reduction fo share more-children families. - (MS)
  • Geographical patterns of acceptance of family planning methods in India
  • Comportement ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Planning familial ; Politique démographique ; Population ; Société
  • Canadian farm and non-farm family incomes
  • Canada ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu agricole ; Revenu familial
  • Chômage et environnement familial
  • Chômage ; Environnement familial ; Famille ; France ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais
  • Changes in the family status of elderly women in Korea
  • Ageing ; Elderly people ; Family ; Living conditions ; Matrimonial status ; Mortality ; South Korea ; Woman
  • The AA. use family-status life tables to assess the effects of changes in demographic processes (sharp decline in fertility and mortality, aging population) on the family status of elderly women and to project trends in elderly women's family status.
  • The family life cycle, leisure activities and residential evaluation
  • Le cycle familial affecte les aspirations quant à la localisation des aspirations résidentielles. De la même manière, le cylce familial affecte les loisirs. (ALS).
  • Beyond the family geography challenge
  • Educational programme ; Family ; Participation ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • Presents a family night program where parents come to the school to participate in academic lessons with the teacher and their child in that school. Suggestions for creating a successful program. - (DWG)
  • Income within and across families
  • Cohabitation ; Divorce ; Etat matrimonial ; Etats-Unis ; Famille ; Ménage ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu familial ; Structure familiale
  • Cohabitation ; Divorce ; Family ; Family income ; Family structure ; Household ; Living standard ; Matrimonial status ; Poverty ; United States of America
  • Séparation des parents et transferts entre générations : étude des familles monoparentales dont le chef est âgé, et de leurs enfants. Examen des évolutions dans les caractéristiques de mobilité du revenu familial. Changements dans les définitions de
  • The role of family farming in agrarian change
  • Agricultural production ; Employment structure ; Family farming ; Farming;Agriculture ; Rural change ; Rural economy
  • The AA. review the recent debate on agrarian change in western society and develop a critique of it in the process. They are focusing on the theory of family farming. The limitations of much recent literature is that it fails to make explicit
  • the link between the capitalist and state organizations which are transforming agriculture and the family units.
  • An extended family of spatial interaction models
  • This article considers a variety of extensions to, and generalizations of, the basic Wilson family of spatial interaction models. The generalizations are unified in a single, extended family in that they are all derived in the common framework
  • of information theory, and constrained nonlinear optimization. The extended family is very large when the number of possible combinations of model types and constraints is contemplated.
  • Disparités régionales ; Niveau de vie ; Philippines ; Revenu familial
  • Family income ; Philippines ; Regional disparities ; Standard of living
  • Relations of production of the family farm: Canadian Prairies
  • Geographies of family formations : spatial differences and gender cultures in Britain
  • Family ; Family structure ; Female work ; Gender ; Great Britain ; Household ; Lancashire ; Regional disparities ; Society ; United Kingdom ; Value system ; Woman ; Yorkshire
  • family, and they use a family conventionality index to describe geographical differences in the social evaluation of marriage. The geography of family formations thus discribed does not follow the better known north-south or urban-rural geographies
  • of economic performance and prosperity. They use the example of Lancashire and Yorkshire to explore further the socio-economic associations of this family geography.
  • Fertility and family planning among the elderly in Taiwan or integrating the demography of aging in population studies
  • Birth control ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Family ; Fertility ; Population ageing
  • The demography of aging has given major attention to fertility and mortality because of their centrality in determining age structure and their rather direct translation into family-level issues associated with population aging.
  • Family-houses in Ghanaian cities : to be or not to be?
  • Cost-benefit analysis ; Family structure ; Ghana ; Housing ; Housing occupance ; Legislation ; Poverty ; Rent control
  • In Kumasi, Ghana's second city, one-quarter of all households occupy free accommodation and the population so housed continues to rise as a result of supply constraints. The paper examines the nature of such « family-housing » and, highlighting
  • Lognormal extrapolation and income estimation for poor Black families
  • Etats-Unis ; Inégalité des revenus ; Mesure ; Niveau de vie ; Noirs ; Revenu familial ; Statistique ; Test
  • Blacks ; Family income ; Living standard ; Measurement ; Statistics ; Test ; United States of America ; Wage inequality
  • The persistence of family farming areas
  • The A. maps areas in the USA where family farming is strongest. Only one-third of US counties may be classified as agricultural| two thirds of these are concentrated in the Midwest. Family farming areas have remained quite stable since World War II
  • Continuous adjustment of family farms versus socialist structural transformation : the case of German agriculture
  • The text develops eight hypotheses as to why the socialist transformation from small family farms to large socialist farms had disadvantageous effects.―(l'A.).