nonmigrant

nonmigrant

(ˌnɒnˈmaɪɡrənt)
n
a person or animal that does not move around
adj
not migrant
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A previous study in Armenia found that yearly pregnancy rates, fertility preferences and lifetime fertility did not differ between women with a migrant husband and those with a nonmigrant husband in analyses controlling for individual-, household- and community-level characteristics.' Thus, there is no evidence that the disruptive effect of seasonal migration on fertility found in high-fertility areas is also present in this low-fertility setting.
What of nonmigrant women - do they limit themselves to local sources of support when members of their networks migrate?
Slightly more than one-third (35%) of respondents had ever had sex; the proportion was higher among three of the migrant groups (urban-urban, urban-rural and rural-rural) than among the two nonmigrant groups (41 -46% vs.
Table 3 presents some of the demographic characteristics of migrant, returnee, and nonmigrant Palestinians.
The analytic sample consisted of 1,023 nonmigrant male CHFLS respondents aged 20-44, most of whom provided a urine sample for STI testing To standardize the data for men born in different decades, and to restrict the sex ratio calculations to individuals of similar age, the researchers calculated the community-level sex ratio as the ratio of women aged 15-21 to men aged 17-23 in each respondent's community when lie was 20 years old.
In a cohort of mothers with recently diagnosed syphilis, migrant women and those who received a diagnosis at >36 gestational weeks were approximately five times and 25 times more likely, respectively, to deliver an infected baby than were nonmigrant women and those who received a diagnosis earlier in pregnancy.
The giving of gifts is unbalanced, however: bushfallers are expected to give more than their nonmigrant relatives.
Social Context, Household Composition and Employment among Migrant and Nonmigrant Dominican Women.
This is illustrated in figure 2, where we see that prime age male migrants are significantly better educated than the nonmigrant population in the PUMA that they left.
Visceral leishmaniasis remains a public health problem particularly in migrant and nonmigrant laborers involved in agricultural activities in Metema-Humera including West Armachiho district.
Lin, Fang, Yang, and Jing (2009) suggested that, compared with their nonmigrant urban peers, migrant adolescents in both public and private schools suffer from a higher prevalence of academic emotional problems, including depression and social anxiety.
METHODS: Longitudinal data from the Agincourt Health and Socio-Demographic Surveillance System in rural South Africa were used to examine the relationship between premarital birth and union entry among 55,158 nonmigrant women aged 10-35 who took part in at least one annual census from 1993 to 2012.