2 edition of Republic of Korea, the Korean national fertility survey, 1974 found in the catalog.
Republic of Korea, the Korean national fertility survey, 1974
World Fertility Survey.
|Other titles||Korean national fertility survey, 1974.|
|Series||(Summary of findings) -- no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
South Korea made a rapid transition from high to low fertility, while at the same time experiencing an annual growth in per capita gross domestic product of percent between and South Korea’s success was the result of addressing population issues, while also investing in reproductive health programs, education, and economic. The demographics of North Korea are known through national censuses and international estimates. The Central Bureau of Statistics of North Korea conducted the most recent census in , where the population reached 24 million inhabitants. The population density is inhabitants per square kilometre, and the estimated life expectancy is years.
According to census data released by the DPRK Bureau of Statistics, North Korean households averaged members at the end of and in North Hamkyong province where most of our sample originated (Democratic People' s Republic of Korea Central Bureau for Statistics, ). In the s and 70s, South Korea experienced one of the fastest fertility declines in the world, halving the number of children born per woman from over 6 to less than 3 in just 18 years. In large part, this was due to early government recognition that fertility reduction is a component of development, a strategy that generated rapid economic.
• The establishment of Korea Planned Parenthood Federation (대한 가족계획협회), April. (president Dr. Yang) • National Policy of Family Planning, Nov. • Inclusion in the first Five Year Plans of Economic Development, • Collaboration among government, KPPF, social science researchers, and field service workers. Chin- seok Chung, ed., Hankuk Ǒnron Popryǒng Chǒnchip, (A complete collection of Korean press laws and regulations, ), (Seoul: Kwan Hoon Club, ), p. Chung
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: World Fertility Survey. Republic of Korea, the Korean national fertility survey, The Hague: International Statistical Institute, Korean National Fertility Survey.
Provider. Office of Population Research, Princeton University. Microdata access: Download. Geography. Republic of Korea (KOR) Coverage type. Country.
Time period covered. 01/ - 12/ Series or system. World Fertility Survey (WFS) Data type. Survey: Household; Summary. Author(s): World Fertility Survey. Title(s): Republic of Korea: the Korean National Fertility Survey, ; a summary of findings. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Voorburg, Netherlands, International Statistical Institute, Report Number: PIP Other ID: (DNLM) NLM ID: [Book].
Evaluation of contraceptive history data in the Republic of Korea. Pebley AR, Goldman N, Choe MK. The consistency of retrospective and current status data on contraceptive use from a series of national fertility surveys carried out during the s in Korea is by: 9.
World and regional statistics, national data, maps, rankings – World Data Atlas Republic of Korea | Data and Statistics - Data Products Insights Data 1974 book. National Bureau of Statistics (South Korea) Time period. - Country. Republic of Korea.
Related organizations. National Statistical Office (South Korea) Statistics Korea (South Korea) Dataset Records for National Bureau of Statistics (South Korea) South Korea World Fertility Survey Korean National Fertility Survey.
**Korean Institute for Health and Social Affairs, Seoul, Republic of Korea. The views expressed in the paper are those of the author National Fertility and Family Health Survey, each year. Abstract. Republic of Korea national policy efforts to increase fertility rates, the Republic of Korea is quickly becoming an aged society.
Moreover, these demographic trends are accompanied by socio-cultural changes that are lowering the social status of older adults in South Korean society. The number of survey statistics derived from practical investigation is(Korean Standard Statistical Classification) STI (Statistics Training Institute) SRI (Statistics Research Institute) Seo-gu, DaejeonRepublic of Korea TEL +.
Total Fertility Rate (persons) Death Rate (perpeople) Unemployment Rate Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey; Foreign Visitors Survey; Korean Tourism Statistics; Cultural Heritage Management Status.
The name Korea is derived from Goguryeo, which was one of the great powers in East Asia during its time, ruling most of the Korean Peninsula, Manchuria, parts of the Russian Far East and Inner Mongolia under Gwanggaeto the Great.
Its capital, Seoul, is a major global city and half of South Korea's over 51 million people live in the Seoul Capital Area, the fourth largest metropolitan economy in. Economically Active Population Survey in July KOSIS (Korean Statistical Information Service) KSSC (Korean Standard Statistical Classification) STI (Statistics Training Institute) Seo-gu, DaejeonRepublic of Korea TEL +.
It is authored by six South Korean scholars led by Lee Young-hoon. Lee is a former professor of economics at Seoul National University and current president of the Naksungdae Institute of Economic Research in South Korea.
Since its July publication, the Korean edition has soldcopies, a huge number for a scholarly book in South. Korea, Republic of, (WFS) The following description of this survey appeared in the edition of Dynamic Database: A Catalogue of Survey Data Files, Voorburg: International Statistical Institute.
Basic Information. Name of survey: Korean National Fertility Survey Executive agency: National Bureau of Statistics, Economic Planning Board Date of fieldwork: South Korea already had the lowest rate among members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in when it.
The national family planning program is regarded as having been very successful in reducing fertility in the Republic of Korea. This chapter describes the changing patterns of contraceptive use in Korea and methods offered by the government’s family planning program over the period of – To test the formulated hypotheses, we compared fertility hazards among four couple types using the National Survey on Multicultural Families and the National Fertility Survey: couples consisting of a Korean wife and a Korean husband (Korean couples), couples consisting of a foreign wife and a Korean husband (foreign-wife couples.
Fertility rate well below the replacement level of births per female has triggered a national alarm, with dire predictions of an aging society unable to grow or support its elderly.
Recent Korean governments have prioritized the issue on its agenda, promising to enact social reforms that will encourage women to have children. InSeoul Subway Line 1, the first rapid transit system in South Korea, was opened. Lines would be opened later. Lines would be opened later.
Lines 1, 3, and 4 are operated by Korail and Seoul Metro, while lines are operated by SMRT. The Republic of Korea, inadopted The National Green Growth Development Strategy for Source: In September the Ministry of Knowledge Economy released a medium- to long-term National Energy Basic Plan for the period.
Marine policy in the Republic of Korea: S-Y Hong been competition over administrative responsibility. Some decisions have been made for purely political reasons but most have reflected economic judgement. Since the early s, the Korean National Assembly has enacted 66 laws relating to marine affairs.Seoul: Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University, Chandra, Vipan.
"The Virtue-Law Dichotomy in Yi Korea: Consonance or Dissonance?" The Journal of Korean Studies 4 (): Chandra, Vipan.Comparisons are also made with estimates derived from the Korea National Fertility Survey, which was part of the World Fertility Survey. The method works well, except in its application to the Census where the evidence suggests considerable misreporting of age at first marriage because of the way the question was asked and coded.