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Population Fertility

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Measurements of fertility Define crude birth rate, general fertility rate and total fertility rate, and gain an appreciation of their values relative to a range of countries with different economic and social development levels.
Sociocultural factors and fertility Explain how fertility is influenced by factors including the status of women, level of education, nature of employment, type of residence, religion, health care and family status.
Economic factors and fertility Understand how fertility is influenced by the real and perceived cost of having children.
Spatial patterns of fertility Appreciate the broad, global patterns of fertility and be able to describe and account for these patterns. on facebook
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