Sociodemographiic Influences on Initial and Subsequent Childbearing: A Hazard Model Analysis.

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496
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Shoieb, Farouk Tammam Ali.  “Sociodemographic Influences on Initial and Subsequent Childbearing: A Hazard Model Analysis.”  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1985.

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Data was collected in Robeson County in the summer of 1972.  The sample included 526 couples, and 169 women not currently married, aged 18-49. Shoieb determined that Black and Indian women begin childbearing at a younger age and then have subsequent births at a faster pace than White women. As a result, Black and Indian women have more children and higher fertility than White women.  Race and educational attainment also influence initial and subsequent childbearing.

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