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Socioeconomic differentials and trends in the timing of births

Ford, Kathleen

Socioeconomic differentials and trends in the timing of births

by Ford, Kathleen

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Birth intervals -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Fertility, Human -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • United States -- Statistics, Vital.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[Kathleen Ford].
      SeriesVital and health statistics., no. 6, DHHS publication ;, no. (PHS) 80-1982
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB915 .F66
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 49 p. ;
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4239761M
      ISBN 100840601921
      LC Control Number80607135

        Socioeconomic factors experienced across a woman's lifetime, and particularly during childhood, may have more influence on birth outcomes than do her socioeconomic circumstances around the time of childbirth. 55 More longitudinal studies—particularly with adequate sample sizes—are needed to observe the effect of socioeconomic status over.   Income, Socioeconomic Status, and Health: Exploring the Relationships [James A. Auerbach, Barbara Kivimae Krimgold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Income, Socioeconomic Status, and Health: Exploring the RelationshipsFormat: Paperback.

      Internal Revenue Service/IRS Data Book – Data on tax returns filed, tax credits, penalties and more. Office of Management and Budget – Data and statistics on the federal budget and federal agency procurement, performance, and more. Small Business Administration – Wide-ranging data on consumers, business capital, economic trends. socio-economic status of spouses and the propensity to divorce. Earlier literature provides differing predictions as how to the socioeconomic differentials in the risk of divorce might vary over the marital life course. On the one hand, the socioeconomic differentials in divorce risk could be expected to increase with time in the marriage.

        Ever since the Coleman report in the 60s and the controversial book The Bell Curve by Herrnstein and Murray in the ’s dozens of studies keep finding the same thing: socio-economic status is correlated with student achievement. (We leave the related but different problem – the achievement gap between Asians, whites, blacks, and Hispanics – for another day: that is a related . Behavioral Problems, Effects of Socio-Economic Status on persistent genomic embedding of early-life experiences, most commonly, socioeconomic stress (Borghol et al., ).


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Add tags for "Socioeconomic differentials and trends in the timing of births". Get this from a library. Socioeconomic differentials and trends in the timing of births. [Kathleen Ford; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.),; National Survey of Family Growth (U.S.)].

Socioeconomic trends, such as worker and employer migration, increased life expectancy, and educational gaps, continue to magnify the numbers and kinds of people who work together in organizations.

This chapter identifies 10 major socioeconomic trends affecting today’s global workforce and reviews statistical data and research related to the effects of these trends on Cited by: 1. Here we examine the effects of socioeconomic status in childhood and adulthood, and education, on entry into parenthood up to age Our primary aim is to examine the main effects of socioeconomic status and education on first birth at different ages, using socioeconomic measures from each time period that directly precede the by: 6.

Objectives This study examines the influence of socioeconomic circumstances in childhood (childhood SES) and adulthood (adult SES) on timing of first birth by age Methods A longitudinal study of a – New Zealand birth cohort collected information on socioeconomic characteristics from age 3–32 and reproductive histories at 21, 26, 32 and 38; information on first birth Cited by: 6.

Materials and Methods: In this case-control study mothers of singletons with a birth weight ≤ g (cases) and mothers of normal birth weight babies (controls) were interviewed with respect to socioeconomic status, health behaviour and stress in the workplace.

Medical data were collected by specialist staff using a questionnaire. (shelved 1 time as socioeconomic-status) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Objective To investigate temporal trends in multiple birth rates and associated stillbirth and neonatal mortality by socioeconomic deprivation and maternal age in England.

Design Population cohort study. Setting England. Participants All live births and stillbirths (1 January to 31 December ). Main outcome measures Multiple maternity rate, stillbirth and neonatal death rate by year of.

Late last year in this space, I offered an overview of a report from Senator Mike Lee’s Social Capital Project about the rise of unwed childbearing. Today, two-fifths of children are born to unmarried mothers, a phenomenon the report traced to declining birth rates among married women, rising birth rates among unmarried women, a fall in “shotgun marriages,” and a decline in marriage itself.

One possible explanation is that the increase in out-of-wedlock births is a response to the increased state support to single mothers However, the continued decline in marriage prevalence among less-educated women after the major welfare reform of the mids, appears to refute that explanation Another explanation of the class divide in.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Chu Lim, Omar Thanoon, in Obesity, Socio-economic Status. Socio-economic status is defined as the position of an individual on a social-economic scale that measures factors such as education, income, type of occupation, place of residence, and, in some populations, heritage and religion [35].

Historically, in the developing world, the prevalence of obesity has been greater in the more. Births by socio-economic status and age of mothers Table 2 shows the number of births in England and Wales by age group and full (8-class) NS-SEC of the mother for Detailed NS-SEC occupations reveal that, for all births in in England and Wales, 8% of babies were born to mothers who had a higher managerial and professional occupation.

Gary ur, Molly Martin, Jennifer Eggerling-Boeck, Susanand Ann Provided here is an overview of major demographic trends for racial and ethnic groups in the United States over the past 50 or so years— a daunting undertaking for one paper, given the variety of groups and topics uently, this overview is selective, covering what we feel are the most.

Introduction. Socioeconomic inequality is regarded as a fundamental cause of disparities in physical, socioemotional, and cognitive development across the life course (Link & Phelan, ).Seeking to understand how inequality contributes to variation in development, social scientists have drawn on the concepts of cumulative advantage and disadvantage, hypothesizing that an abundance or.

Despite the persistent inverse relationship between family income and mortality, no one has examined the effect of distinct income sources or income portfolios on mortality risk.

We link the National Health Interview Survey to the Multiple Cause of Death file and use hazard models to examine income-related mortality across four age groups. Income from jobs, self-employment, interest, and. Google apps Sign in. Methods. Data were gathered from the Finnish Medical Birth Register.

The likelihood of giving birth by CS according to CS type (planned and non-planned), parity (nulliparous vs. multiparous), socio-demographic factors, delivery characteristics and time periods (–, – and –) was determined by using logistic regression analysis.

Socioeconomic Status, Parenting, and Child Development presents cutting-edge thinking and research on linkages among socioeconomic status, parenting, and child development. The contributors represent an array of different disciplines, and approach the issues from a variety of perspectives.

Disparities in birth outcomes among mothers in different racial, age, and socioeconomic groups continue to present a critical health concern in the United States. [62, 63] that examined population time trends in how social and economic factors are associated with preterm birth.

Trends and differentials in these probabilities, by race, Hispanic origin, education at first marriage, farm origin, religious preference, and timing of first birth are discussed. The probabilities are shown for specified birth order intervals and age at first marriage or previous birth.Finding A particular focus of sociodemographic studies of preterm birth should be on disparities by race-ethnicity and socioeconomic condition, as significant differences in the rates of preterm birth by race-ethnicity and socioeconomic condition continue to exist in the United States.

Demographic trends and economic well-being In many ways, America remains two societies – one black and one white – as measured by key demographic indicators of social and economic well-being. 5 At the same time, it’s important to note that on some measures, gaps across racial and ethnic groups have diminished.