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Data quality
   historical demography 22.04

Death registration, see
   Vital registration

Demographic and Health Surveys
   breastfeeding 46.16

Demographic data collection
   in less developed countries 50.22

Demographic forecasting, see Population forecasting

Demographic models, see Population models

Demographic rates
   actual and intrinsic growth rates 40.21
   calculation
      intrinsic rate of natural increase 42.24, 42.25

Demographic theory, see
   Population theory

Demographic transition
   attitudes
      Ghana 19.11
   determinants 26.21
   in Australia 38.04
   in Eastern Europe 28.13, 44.05, 44.06
   in England 40.01
   in Finland 33.06
   in Japan 13.08, 14.03
   in Netherlands 40.30
   in Puerto Rico 34.04
   in Scotland 47.01, 47.17
   in the USA 34.02
   in the East 34.06
   in the West 34.06, 44.04
   marriage 28.13, 44.06
   period and cumulated fertility 34.12
   post transition behaviour
      Asia and Europe 41.10
   theory of 33.29, 35.01, 36.08, 40.30, 41.22, 50.20
   see also Fertility transition, Mortality transition

Demographic translation 44.15

Demography
   and social science 50.18

Denmark
   population policy 06.11

Dependency rate
   and population growth 27.25
   and savings patterns 29.09

Disability of children
   effect on marital stability 46.19

Diseases, see Morbidity

Divorce
   cohort analysis 33.37
   educational gradients 51.02
   effect of children 38.26
   effect on child survival
      in Bangladesh 51.05
   effect on demographic behaviour of children 51.04
   historical 11.14
   in Israel 10.11
   socio-economic differentials 38.24, 39.25
   teenage marital breakdown 40.02
   see also Marital dissolution

Divorce determinants
   child disability 46.19
   in Finland 45.23
   mathematical models 39.25, 39.27

Divorce levels and trends
   life tables 38.25, 38.26

Dual registration systems 31.34
   evaluation 33.12

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