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  1. Social capital is defined as the individual’s pool of social resources found in his/her personal network. A recent study on Italians living as couples has shown that friendship relationships, beyond those with...

    Authors: Viviana Amati, Silvia Meggiolaro, Giulia Rivellini and Susanna Zaccarin
    Citation: Genus 2018 74:7
  2. Demographic thought and practice is largely conditioned by the Lexis diagram, a two-dimensional graphical representation of the identity between age, period, and birth cohort. This relationship does not accoun...

    Authors: Tim Riffe, Jonas Schöley and Francisco Villavicencio
    Citation: Genus 2017 73:7
  3. This article analyses how two co-residing generations contribute to the housework workload in Italy and France during the early 2000s. It studies the intergenerational exchange of time between young adults and...

    Authors: Letizia Mencarini, Ariane Pailhé, Anne Solaz and Maria Letizia Tanturri
    Citation: Genus 2017 73:6
  4. The rapid population growth of many African cities has important implications for population health, yet little is known about factors contributing to increasing population, such as the fertility of internal m...

    Authors: Philip Anglewicz, Jamaica Corker and Patrick Kayembe
    Citation: Genus 2017 73:4
  5. This paper examines the patterns and trends in attitudes towards wife-beating among women in Nigeria and their determinants. Using the Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey datasets, a multivariate logistic re...

    Authors: Kolawole Azeez Oyediran
    Citation: Genus 2016 72:11
  6. Homeownership is the most important asset among the elderly in Europe, but very little is known about gender and living arrangement differences in this domain. This paper aims at exploring patterns of exclusio...

    Authors: Daniele Vignoli, Maria Letizia Tanturri and Francesco Acciai
    Citation: Genus 2016 72:9
  7. The Republic of Tanzania has been experiencing one of the highest infant and child mortality rates. There have been few efforts in understanding the bio-demographic factors associated with child loss. The 2011...

    Authors: A. Sathiya Susuman, Hamisi F. Hamisi and R. Nagarajan
    Citation: Genus 2016 72:10
  8. This study examines the residual geographical variations in infant and child mortality and how the different categories of the risk factors account for the spatial inequality in West African countries. To this...

    Authors: Ezra Gayawan, Mumini I. Adarabioyo, Dorcas M. Okewole, Stephen G. Fashoto and Joel C. Ukaegbu
    Citation: Genus 2016 72:5
  9. This study seeks to assess fertility data in Swaziland based on the 1976, 1986, 1997 and 2007 censuses. By utilising single-year age-sex published raw data, demographic evaluation tools—sex ratio, age ratio, W...

    Authors: Garikayi B. Chemhaka, Clifford Odimegwu, Eugene N. Zwane and Jeremy D. Gumbo
    Citation: Genus 2016 72:4
  10. The study analyzes the spatial clustering and risk factors of infant mortality across high-focus states of India, using the Annual Health Survey (2010–2011), Census of India (2011), and District Level Househol...

    Authors: Ashish Kumar Gupta, Laishram Ladusingh and Kakoli Borkotoky
    Citation: Genus 2016 72:2

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