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Marriage, divorce and mortality : a life table analysis for Canada, 1975-1977

O. B. Adams

Marriage, divorce and mortality : a life table analysis for Canada, 1975-1977

by O. B. Adams

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Published by Statistics Canada, 1981. in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marriage -- Canada -- Tables,
  • Divorce -- Canada -- Tables,
  • Mortality -- Canada -- /Tables,
  • Canada -- Statistics, Vital.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby O.B. Adams and D.N. Nagnur.. --
    ContributionsNagnur, D. N., Statistics Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination91 p. ;
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18866242M
    ISBN 100660506165

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Marriage, divorce and mortality : a life table analysis for Canada, 1975-1977 by O. B. Adams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Marriage, divorce and mortality: a life table analysis for Canada, [O B Adams; D N Nagnur; Statistics Canada. Health Division.] 1. Author(s): Adams,O B; Nagnur,D N Title(s): Marriage, divorce and mortality: a life table analysis for Canada, / O.B.

Adams, D.N. ://   This page gives a short summary of the laws around the divorce for the period It also gives details on information that can be found in the documents.

It also provides information about the database, the search screen, how to interpret the results and some research :// The study of marital dissolution (i.e.

divorce and separation) and mortality has long been a major topic of interest for social scientists. We conducted meta-analyses and meta-regressions on mortality risk estimates from studies, published between andcovering 24 countries, and providing data on more than million ://   This report provides an overview of social science findings related to the effects of marital disruption (divorce and separation) on children.

Through a review of the literature a range of key situational and demographic factors – including child, family and situational characteristics – associated with the negative impacts of martial disruption are presented, and the concept of "best   To investigate the relation between marital status and US national health interview survey (NHIS) merged with the US national death NHIS respondents, (%) died before and 61 (%)   Remarriage is one of the most important determinants of physical and economic well-being among the widowed.

The goal of this study is to estimate how hazard rates for remarriage vary among widows and widowers on the basis of both observable and unobservable characteristics.

The remarriage estimates rely on nationally representative samples of widows and widowers from the Panel Study of   Divorce and life in a one-parent family are becoming increasingly common experiences in the lives of parents and children. Prior to the s, divorce in Canada was rare.

However, following the adoption of the new Divorce Act inwhich made divorces more accessible in all provinces/territories and allowed marriage 1 day ago  The United Nations Statistics Division collects, compiles and disseminates official demographic and social statistics on a wide range of topics.

Data have been collected since through a set of questionnaires dispatched annually to over Marriage, divorce and children > Years spent single before marriage > Males: Singulate mean age at marriage.

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Marriage, mortality, the bereavement effect, and data on marriage selection Literature review. The antecedents for the current study flow from two different but related strands of literature. The first group of papers document lower mortality rates among the :// 2 days ago  Data available in the Research Data Centres.

The following datasets are available at the Research Data Centres (RDCs). If data you are seeking for your RDC project is not listed, please contact [email protected] to enquire about its ://   Teenage Pregnancy Prevention: Statistics and Programs Congressional Research Service Summary InU.S.

teen births accounted for % of all births and % of all nonmarital births. The birth rate for U.S. teenagers (ages 15 through 19) increased in Moderating Factors in the Widowhood-Mortality Association. In their recent meta-analysis of the literature on marital status (including widowhood) and mortality among individuals 65 years of age and older, Manzoli et al.

() reported that widowed persons had an 11% higher risk of mortality when compared to married persons. Moderating factors such as gender and geographic region, however   Life events in the UK including fertility rates, live births and stillbirths, family composition, life expectancy and deaths.

This tells us about the health and relationships of the population. Estimates of those aged 90 years and over in the UK, life expectancy factors and indicators of   Purpose: To investigate the relation between marital status and survival. Data sources: The US national health interview survey (NHIS) merged with the US national death index.

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