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The Life Cycle of Bare Branch Families in China---A Simulation Study.

Can Stud Popul 2013 ;40(3-4):134-148

Institute for Population and Development Studies School of Public Policy and Administration Xi'an Jiaotong University Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, 710049, China.

China is and will be characterized by a large number of men who are unable to marry: these men are often referred to as "bare branches." In this paper we define the bare branch family and divide its life cycle into three stages: the unmarried co-resident with both parents, co-resident with a surviving parent, and living alone. Using life tables and probability methods, we find that up to age 60, the bare branch male faces cumulative probabilities of 0. Read More

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January 2013
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Orphans in Three Sahelian Countries: Exploratory Analyses from Census Data.

Can Stud Popul 2010 Jan;37(1-2):245-267

Université Laval, Québec City, Québec, Canada,

Important investments in Africa have reduced slightly the levels child mortality but life expectancy still very low. The number of children without surviving biological parents is increasing and orphans are becoming an important social problem. Because Sahelian societies are mostly patriarchal, becoming fatherless or motherless will have different effects on the well being of the child. Read More

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January 2010

Canadian attitudes on abortion: results of the Gallup polls.

Can Stud Popul 1975 ;2:53-64

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