publication . Article . 1998

Some Consequences of Rising Age at Marriage in Pakistan

Zeba A. Sathar; M. Framurz Khan Kiani;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 1998 Journal: The Pakistan Development Review, volume 37, issue 4, pages 541-556
Abstract
Nuptiality changes have been at the core of demographic transitions in Europe and in several Asian societies [Caldwell (1993)]. Delayed marriages have been seen as precursors of fertility change in most societies. They underlie changes in family formation patterns and living arrangements, which ultimately are the bases of demographic transition. The concomitants of profound changes in marriage behaviour are worth studying because of their impact on demographic outcomes such as the population growth rate and fertility. Moreover, they are also strongly connected to the role and status of women, family living arrangements and power structures. The most prominent ou...
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free text keywords: Demographic transition, Population growth, Demography, Fertility, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Psychology, Family living, Sexual initiation
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publication . Article . 1998

Some Consequences of Rising Age at Marriage in Pakistan

Zeba A. Sathar; M. Framurz Khan Kiani;