Rapid Population Change in China, 1952-1982
The remarkable changes in fertility, nuptiality, and mortality that have occurred in the People's Republic of China from the early 1950s to 1982 are summarized in this report. Data are based largely on the single-year age distributions tabulated in the 1953, 1964, and 1982 censuses of China and a major 1982 fertility survey.
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100 females 1982 fertility survey age at marriage age distribution age pattern age-specific fertility rates annual number birth rates born to women breastfeeding calculated calendar children ever born Chinese calendar cluster sample cohorts born completeness of recording contraception decline demographic derived duration of marriage entry into marriage estimated number ever-married women exact age fertility histories fertility schedule five-year age interval fraction higher included intercensal period later marriage lunar calendar male/female ratio males to females marital fertility rates marriage rate married women mean age million natural fertility number of births number of children number of deaths number of marriages number of persons number of women nuptiality occurred People's Republic percent proportion ever married proportion of ever-married proportion surviving ratio of males reduced registered Rockefeller Foundation rural and urban rural fertility sample single-year standard curve survival rates total fertility rate total first-marriage rate total number understatement urban population women aged
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