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Family Demography. Family Demography. What is it? Qualities of and connections between family/household members Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage, Cohabitation, Intergenerational Relationships, Division of Labor in Households, Multi-Partner Fertility, etc…. Crude Marriage (Divorce) Rate. M.

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Family Demography


Family Demography

  • What is it?

  • Qualities of and connections between family/household members

    • Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage, Cohabitation, Intergenerational Relationships, Division of Labor in Households, Multi-Partner Fertility, etc…


Crude Marriage (Divorce) Rate

M

CMR =

x 1000

P


General Marriage (Divorce) Rate

M

GMR =

x 1000

P f15+


Refined Divorce (Marriage) Rate

D

RDR =

x 1000

P fmar


Age-Sex-Specific Marriage (Divorce) Rates

Df39

ASDR =

x 1000

P f39


Order-Specific Marriage (Divorce) Rates

M1

OSMR =

x 1000

P15+nm


Total Marriage Rate


Nuptiality Tables


Other Common Marriage Measures

  • Average age at first marriage

    • Mean

    • Median

  • Proportion ever/never married


Household and Family Stats

  • Size

  • Structure

  • Number of generations

  • Characteristics

    • Social, economic

  • Dynamics over time

    • Numbers & structure


Readings

  • What have been the major demographic shifts in family life in the U.S. over the past few decades?

  • What types of data and theoretical advances do family demographers need?

    • Planning group’s (authors’) ideas

    • Your ideas???


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