5 edition of The demography of tropical Africa found in the catalog.
The demography of tropical Africa
Princeton University. Office of Population Research.
|Statement||[by] William Brass [and others]|
|LC Classifications||HB3661 .P7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 539 p.|
|Number of Pages||539|
|LC Control Number||67021018|
Sub-Saharan Africa is by far the most tropical-in the simple sense of the highest proportions of land and population in the tropics-of the world's major regions, and tropical regions in general. African inland fisheries face many challenges resulting from rapid population growth, and the abundance and demography of fish species have changed through fishing. Cited by: 1.
Tropical Africa, writingin the early s and using data from the immediate postwar period, estimated that only million people of the total population in Tropical Africa then ( . He left Africa in and moved to Princeton, New Jersey, where he spent a decade as a researcher at the Office of Population Research, at Princeton University. He was a co-author, .
Later, hundreds of thousands of Ghanaians migrated to Nigeria to work in its booming oil industry, but most were deported in and as oil prices plummeted. Many Ghanaians then . Because these tropical regions dominate Africa in terms of population, overall fertility for sub-Saharan Africa remains at children per woman in –, and at for Africa as a .
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Part I. Fertility, mortality, and nuptiality in tropical Africa: data, methods of analysis, and summary of estimates --Introduction / Frank Lorimer --Characteristics of African demographic data /. Get this from a library. The demography of tropical Africa.
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BOOK REVIEWS THE DEMOGRAPHY OF TROPICAL AFRICA William Brass, Ansley J. Coale, Paul Demeny, Don F. Heisel, Frank Lorimer Anatole Romaniuk and Etienne van de Walle. Series: Princeton Legacy Library (Book ) Paperback: pages Publisher: Princeton University Press (December 8, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Author: William Brass.
The Paperback of the Demography of Tropical Africa by William Brass at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. This treatise on the demography of sub-Saharan Pages: The necessity for a long book that in the end presents little more than estimates of fertility and mortality for various areas in tropical Africa originates in the nature of the statistical information.
The Demography of Tropical Africa. William Brass, Ansley J. Coale, Paul Demeny, Don F. Heisel, Frank Lorimer, Anatole Romaniuk, and Etienne Van De the Author: D. Roberts. LindaKennethand Karen The first systematic attempt to describe the population dynamics of sub-Saharan Africa dates back to Kuczynski’s Demographic Survey of.
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DEMOGRAPHIC DATA IN THE CONGO The study of demography in the Cited by: 8. Demographics of Africa. Jump to navigation Jump to search Demographics of Africa; Density: 44 per sq km ( est.) Growth rate: % per annum ( est.) Map of Africa indicating Density: 44 per sq km ( est.).
Africa and per cent among the two-thirds found south of the Sahara. By the population of the whole continent was over million and at the present time it certainly exceeds mil. The book description for "Demography of Tropical Africa" is currently unavailable., ISBN and the relations between demographic change and socioeconomic developments.
In response to this interest, the Committee on Population held a meeting in to ascertain the feasibility. Buy Demography of Tropical Africa by William Brass from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Anatole Romaniuk (Romanian: Romaniuc, Ukrainian: Анатолій Романюк) is a Ukrainian Canadian demographer who made contributions to the subject areas of fertility and sterility.
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Tropical Africa, a late starter, is now inextricably bound up in the world economy. Colonialism characterized its entry. Politically, independence is now replacing colonialism in the area, and. The book summarizes a wide range of recent literature on slavery for all of tropical Africa.
It analyzes the demography, economics, social structure and ideology of slavery in Africa from 4/5(1). The Demography of Tropical Africa. Princeton University Press, Princeton, - published in Canada by Saunders of Toronto, pp.
$ 15 This book is the work of seven scholars all of .Advanced Search. Browse.African Demography Working Papers Working Paper No. 17 Postpartum Sexual Abstinence in Tropical Africa Etienne van de Walle Francine van de Walle January