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By Avramov D., Kotowska I.E., Höhn C.

This two–volume paintings provides social solidarity and demographic demanding situations which are linked to low delivery charges and inhabitants growing older. It does so from the point of view of voters and key coverage actors. The paintings analyses peoples' attitudes approximately demographic developments and expectancies in the direction of inner most networks and public regulations. It areas those within the societal context of nationwide specificities within the fourteen international locations and regards them as a part of the dynamics of the eu integration approach.

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2002 Variable 6–7, 16–17: UNDP: Human Development Report 2004. org/cgi-bin 14. Unemployment rate, females (20–64) 15. Unemployment rate, aged under 25 16. Ratio of female-to-male earned income Education and public opinion 17. Females in tertiary education 18. 1 12. Female full-time employment rate (20–39) 13. 6 20 O. Kontula, I. Söderling Chapter 2 Demographic Knowledge and Evaluation of Demographic Trends Jürgen Dorbritz Abstract The following article seeks to describe and explain the state of knowledge among the population concerning the scale of demographic trends and the prevalent attitudes towards demographic change.

2002 Variable 6–7, 16–17: UNDP: Human Development Report 2004. org/cgi-bin 14. Unemployment rate, females (20–64) 15. Unemployment rate, aged under 25 16. Ratio of female-to-male earned income Education and public opinion 17. Females in tertiary education 18. 1 12. Female full-time employment rate (20–39) 13. 6 20 O. Kontula, I. Söderling Chapter 2 Demographic Knowledge and Evaluation of Demographic Trends Jürgen Dorbritz Abstract The following article seeks to describe and explain the state of knowledge among the population concerning the scale of demographic trends and the prevalent attitudes towards demographic change.

Both are likely to lead to highly negative views. 5 The Evaluation of Family-demographic Trends The evaluation of family-demographic trends which express different aspects of the changes in the family has been strongly differentiated. At the same time, the valuations differ considerably from one country to another. 7 shows the median values calculated using a five-tier scale between the scale points “very positive” and “very negative”. It can be ascertained in very general terms that there is a tendency for the medians to be larger than three.

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