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Hejinian's engagement with Arendt came to first fruition in The Beginner (2002b), which directly explores Arendt's notion of "natality." The Fatalist (2003b) continued a turn to new horizons, including an early view of "Lola." More fully realized, because more directly responsive to the aesthetic turn in political thought, is Saga/Circus (2008).
To investigate the role of unintended births in explaining fertility trends, the researchers develop a statistical model to predict whether a birth was unintended, using data from the National Survey of Family Growth and the National Center for Health Statistics' Natality Detail Files.
She draws on Arendt's ideas of action, plurality, natality, promising, forgiving, responsibility, and judgment to examine the relationship between education, eugenics, and elite interests located in corporate, religious, and philanthropic power structures and cultures, illustrated in educational and school segregation.
Mariana Nikolova and Katalin NovA k discussed Roma integration policies and the Hungarian model aimed at supporting natality and solving the problems of the disadvantaged people.
Back then, the difference between the 1993 projections and the 2005 Census results was attributable to differences in collection methods used in 2005 and an initial overestimation of the 1993 census population (1,051,965 individuals), an overestimation of natality rates, and also an underestimation of emigration rates (mainly for women of reproductive age) (2).
Perhaps it is rather like natality, an experience redolent of being born anew.
The overall prevalence of normal prepregnancy weight declined from 47.3% to 45.1% over that period in 36 states, the District of Columbia, and New York City, which reports natality data separately from New York state.
These data, included in the annual national natality files, have been collected on the birth certificates since 1989 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics [9,15].
Exploring the philosophical idea of infancy rather than the cultural work and rhetorical uses that ideologies of childhood and the figure of the infant perform, Ruderman is less interested in thematic and narrative representations of childhood than in the formal structures, aesthetic experiences and conceptual spaces that the state of infancy enables; theories of infancy and natality in the work of Agamben, Lyotard, Nancy, and Arendt are his touchstones.