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Old and New Methods in Historical Demography (International Studies in Demography)

Old and New Methods in Historical Demography (International Studies in Demography)

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsDavid S. Reher (Editor), Roger Schofield (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages440
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7399070M
ISBN 100198287933
ISBN 109780198287933

While wars may have contributed to their periods of slow growth, or even to periods of population decline, the successful continuation and expansion of these populations reported in the Book of Mormon suggests there would have been periods of population growth that compensated for wartime losses. Google Scholar Riddle, J. With these figures we can estimate population size using a stable population model. These countries had well-established vital registration systems and conducted regular censuses and population surveys. Google Scholar Kertzer, D. Others, however, were prolific, such as Jean Guyon and Mathurine Robin, who had over two thousand descendants a century or so after they arrived.

The population history of England — For a useful discussion of this and other censuses in the Bible, see A. Oeppen, and R. This is strikingly similar to the number of Nephite troops Mormon reported leading a half century earlier. The remarkable expansion of demography in the second half of the twentieth century was largely the product of concern about "population explosion" in the developing world during a period of unprecedented international technical assistance. Google Scholar Smith, R.

Google Scholar Fisher, K. The growth of population in eighteenth-century England: A conundrum resolved. While wars may have contributed to their periods of slow growth, or even to periods of population decline, the successful continuation and expansion of these populations reported in the Book of Mormon suggests there would have been periods of population growth that compensated for wartime losses. The Counter-Reformation and the rise of the Jesuits also came into the picture. Burchardt evaluates the state of modern English rural history and identifies an "orthodox" school, focused on the economic history of agriculture.


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New York: Russell Sage Foundation. John C. Google Scholar Bardet, J. Google Scholar McKeown, T. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Fertility transition in a rural, Catholic population: Bavaria, — A study of long-term trends. Strategic solutions cannot be based on addressing one of these factors alone but must take into account the interplay of these elements within a particular local area of development urban or rural.

Clayworth and Cogenhoe. Google Scholar Watkins, S. Google Scholar Houdaille, J. With the decline of national churches as Protestant sects and freethinking emerged, it was inevitable in the West that church registration would be succeeded by secular state registration and that births and deaths would replace baptisms and funerals, respectively.

Detailed age data and separate lines for each individual were not instituted until the middle of the nineteenth century, and training courses for enumerators came later. This was a precursor for a series of such surveys in less-developed countries that encouraged and supported their family planning programs and shortened their population explosions.

References Akerman, S. Could it have been that in their last-ditch effort at survival, preparing as they were for a pre-arranged great battle, Mormon and the twenty-two other leaders divided the whole Nephite people, rather than just the armies, into contingents of ten thousand?

Sources and methods of historical demography

Inspiration from urban geography and sociology, as well as a concern with workers as opposed to labor union leadersfamilies, ethnic groups, racial segregation, and women's roles have proven useful.

Google Scholar Szreter, S. Renfroe Jr.

Introduction A Global History of Historical Demography. Time for an Anthology

The analysis of fertility assumed importance once widespread fertility decline began in Western countries in the last third of the nineteenth century. To get some perspective on this level of probability, consider that a five percent probability is about the same chance that in a family of four children, all are female—not an entirely commonplace event, but one that is not terribly surprising or improbable either.

CrossRef Google Scholar Long-term mortality patterns in Chinese history: Evidence from a recorded clan population. Navy at the end of World War II. Natural fertility in pre-industrial England, — Google Scholar Brodie, J. Smith is vice president of a national research corporation near Washington, D.

Old and New Methods in Historical Demography book in Swedish demographic history. After the Second World War, there was a considerable increase in the interest in population issues throughout the world, and demography as an academic discipline entered a period of rapid development.

Lawrence Valley. Lorimer, Frank.Historical demography is a social science history, where the use of analytical concepts and measures is explicitly made. As such historical demography came into existence when an innovative method was applied to Christian church registers of marriage, baptism, and burial in the s.

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