nuptiality


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nuptiality

(ˌnʌpʃɪˈælətɪ)
n
(Statistics) statistics the proportion of couples who get married in a particular community
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Among his topics are population policies and programs from independence until 1997: birth of the official birth-control program, the post-emergency recovery of the program 1977-95: recoil and recovery, nuptiality and the stability of marriage, India in comparison, and wobbling international and academic concerns on population.
Martin TC, Consensual unions in Latin America: persistence of a dual nuptiality system, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 2002, 33(1):35-55.
Although according to Banister (1984: 266), '[t]he wealth of good quality data now available on the demography of China provides much more reliable estimates of the country's population size and growth rate, its patterns of nuptiality, fertility, mortality, and urban-rural residence, and its labor force characteristics than ever before', a number of shortcomings arise.
Galloway, 'Basic patterns in annual variations in fertility, nuptiality, mortality, and prices in pre-industrial Europe', Population Studies 42 (1988): 277.
Castro T (2002) Consensual unions in Latin America: Persistence of a dual nuptiality system, J.
The distribution of population by marital status is a basic aspect of the behavior associated with nuptiality in a society.
The Transition's Population Crisis: An Econometric Investigation of Nuptiality, Fertility and Mortality in Severely Distressed Economies', UNICEF ICDC's Innocenti Occasional Paper No.
Based on the findings of 2000 and 2010 censuses and number of other statistical researches and reports, trends of main demographic indicators, such as population growth, birthrate and fertility, nuptiality, migration, morbidity and mortality rates were studied and presented.
Census analysis reveals not only important discrepancies in the data but a possible correlation between class and religion and nuptiality and fertility, although the relationship to poverty is less clear-cut.