1 edition of Global Population Policy found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||August 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
Sexual and reproductive health and rights also make an enormous difference in the health and lives of all people, especially women, by dramatically reducing maternal and infant mortality rates, helping to prevent the spread of communicable diseases such as HIV, and empowering women to live more self-determined lives.
… This is a highly readable book. These megatrends have far-reaching implications. Staggenborg, in2001 See also: Baby Booms and Baby Busts in the Twentieth Century; Children, Value of; Eugenics as the Basis of Population Policy; Family Size Preferences; Family Theory: Feminist—Economist Critique; Feminist Movements; Feminist Theory: Liberal; Fertility Control: Eastern Europe; Fertility Control: Overview; Gender and Health Care; Gender and Physical Health; Gender and Reproductive Health; Gender and Technology; Gender Role Stress and Health; Gynecological Health: Psychosocial Aspects; Human Rights in Intercultural Discourse: Cultural Concerns; Infanticide and Induced Abortion; Men's Health; Motherhood: Economic Aspects; Poverty and Gender in Affluent Nations; Regulation: Family and Gender; Regulation: Sexual Behavior; Reproductive Medicine: Ethical Aspects; Reproductive Rights in Developing Nations; Sex Preferences in Western Societies; Sexual Attitudes and Behavior; Sexual Behavior: Sociological Perspective; Sexuality and Gender; Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Psychosocial Aspects; Teen Sexuality; Teenage Fertility; Women's Health; Women's Suffrage.
Europe: by contrast, France offers financial incentives for larger 3 child families. The World Population Policies Database provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on the population policy situation and trends for all Member States and non-member States of the Global Population Policy Nations. 5 billion by the end of the century.
Given the complexity of these interdependent behavioral, organizational, and technological processes, some economists propose that social experiments are needed to evaluate reliably the long-run social consequences of population programs and policies. foreign policy, the Bureau also Global Population Policy the provision of life-saving health care services in crisis settings.
How can the benefits and burdens of a program be fairly balanced? Public health institutions should ensure the professional competence of their employees 12. Disclaimer: The population figures for each of the countries is an estimate in millions for 2018.
There may be other solutions that aren't yet obvious to us, but that may come up as our technologies and collective knowledge increases. 2007 was the first year in which more people lived inand by 2050 about 66 per cent of the world Global Population Policy will be living in cities.
Some moral philosophers have a deductive conception of moral argument and justification in which laws engender principles, which in turn engender rules. The narratives are enhanced by judiciously selected statistical tables.
There is no universal definition of an ethical principle, and such statements may occur at different levels of generality and perform different logical functions within an ethical theory or ethical argument or analysis.
Demography students and researchers who are interested in applying knowledge on population trends and prospects in designing and evaluating public policies will find this an invaluable reference work.
Out of this meeting came the proposal for establishing the Population Council, with Rockefeller funds and John D.