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  1. The broad definition of intergenerational contact includes not only meeting face-to-face, but also the important element of communication at a distance, such as via telephone. With the pervasion of the Interne...

    Authors: Bruno Arpino, Eleonora Meli, Marta Pasqualini, Cecilia Tomassini and Elisa Cisotto
    Citation: Genus 2022 78:20
  2. In Italy, at least in the cohorts born up to the beginning of the twentieth century, women’s mortality in post-reproductive ages was influenced by fertility, with large progenies (and, to a lesser extent, chil...

    Authors: Gianbattista Salinari, Gustavo De Santis, Virginia Zarulli, Cristina Giuliani, Claudio Franceschi and Marco Breschi
    Citation: Genus 2022 78:19
  3. The study of the effect of community clustering of under-five mortality has its implications in both research and policy. Studies have shown the contribution of community factors on under-five mortality. Howev...

    Authors: Wahengbam Bigyananda Meitei, Abhishek Singh and Laishram Ladusingh
    Citation: Genus 2022 78:18
  4. Little research has examined the cross-national differences in the impact of grandchild care provision on the grandparents’ depression, by taking into account of both macro- and micro-level factors. This study...

    Authors: Yazhen Yang, Maria Evandrou and Athina Vlachantoni
    Citation: Genus 2022 78:12
  5. Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) is still present in many African countries, as well as a few others. The United Nations has targeted women’s empowerment in terms of both women’s health and gender equ...

    Authors: Patrizia Farina, Livia Ortensi, Thomas Pettinato and Enrico Ripamonti
    Citation: Genus 2022 78:7
  6. The mobility of university students in Italy has been framed as a phenomenon linked to so-called intellectual migrations and as a subset of the historical and consolidated internal migration path explained in ...

    Authors: Francesco Santelli, Giancarlo Ragozini and Maria Prosperina Vitale
    Citation: Genus 2022 78:5
  7. This study investigates the demographic characteristics and academic performances of foreign students with an Italian educational background in a cohort of 1st-year Bachelor students enrolled at Sapienza Unive...

    Authors: Cristina Giudici, Eleonora Trappolini and Donatella Vicari
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:38
  8. In this paper, we study the mobility choices of Italian students in their transition from a bachelor’s to a master’s degree level with an added emphasis on their overall mobility pathways. We consider individu...

    Authors: Silvia Columbu, Mariano Porcu, Ilaria Primerano, Isabella Sulis and Maria Prosperina Vitale
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:34

    The Correction to this article has been published in Genus 2022 78:6

  9. In this paper, we measure the effect of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic wave at the national and subnational levels in selected Latin American countries that were most affected: Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, M...

    Authors: Everton E. C. Lima, Estevão A. Vilela, Andrés Peralta, Marília Rocha, Bernardo L. Queiroz, Marcos R. Gonzaga, Mario Piscoya-Díaz, Kevin Martinez-Folgar, Víctor M. García-Guerrero and Flávio H. M. A. Freire
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:30
  10. Studies on sexuality in Italy conducted in recent decades show a significant relationship between adherence to Catholicism and sexual behavior. Yet, the last 20 years has also seen an acceleration in the decli...

    Authors: Marcantonio Caltabiano and Gianpiero Dalla-Zuanna
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:29
  11. Legal separation is a crucial step in the dissolving of marriages in Italy. Marriage and legal separation data come from administrative data sources and have been part of the civil registration and vital stati...

    Authors: Antonella Guarneri, Francesca Rinesi, Romina Fraboni and Alessandra De Rose
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:28
  12. Sub-Saharan Africa has entered the early stage of the demographic transition with differences in and between countries. The relation between fertility preference and actual fertility is at the core of the demo...

    Authors: Isaac Yeboah, Stephen Owusu Kwankye and Faustina Frempong-Ainguah
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:27
  13. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the vulnerability of specific population sections, with regards to economic and work conditions, mental and physical well-being, and context-based factors, emphasizing the...

    Authors: Giovanni Busetta, Maria Gabriella Campolo, Fabio Fiorillo, Laura Pagani, Demetrio Panarello and Valeria Augello
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:25
  14. Household habitat conditions matter for diseases transmission and control, especially in the case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). These conditions include availability and adequacy of sanitation facilitie...

    Authors: Olusesan Ayodeji Makinde, Joshua O. Akinyemi, Lorretta F. Ntoimo, Chukwuedozie K. Ajaero, Dorothy Ononokpono, Pamela C. Banda, Yemi Adewoyin, Rebaone Petlele, Henry Ugwu and Clifford Obby Odimegwu
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:24
  15. Strengthening civil registration systems requires a better understanding of motivations and barriers related to the registration of deaths. We used data from the 2013 Senegalese census to identify deaths that ...

    Authors: Atoumane Fall, Bruno Masquelier, Khadim Niang, Samba Ndiaye and Alphousseyni Ndonky
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:21
  16. This paper describes how an up-to-date national population register recording deaths by age and sex, whether deaths were due to natural or unnatural causes, and the offices at which the deaths were recorded ca...

    Authors: Rob E. Dorrington, Tom A. Moultrie, Ria Laubscher, Pam J. Groenewald and Debbie Bradshaw
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:19
  17. This study extends Thaddeus and Maine’s (1994) “three delays” framework to model the interrelated barriers to maternal health care and birth registration. We focus on stateless persons and irregular migrants, ...

    Authors: Amanda R. Cheong and Mary Anne K. Baltazar
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:18
  18. The COVID-19 outbreak has called for renewed attention to the need for sound statistical analyses to monitor mortality patterns and trends over time. Excess mortality has been suggested as the most appropriate...

    Authors: Patrizio Vanella, Ugofilippo Basellini and Berit Lange
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:16
  19. Civil registration of vital events such as deaths and births is a key part of the process of securing rights and benefits for individuals worldwide. It also enables the production of vital statistics for local...

    Authors: M. Moinuddin Haider, Nurul Alam, Mamun Ibn Bashar and Stéphane Helleringer
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:13
  20. This paper investigates gender differences in university performances in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) courses in Italy, proposing a novel application through the segmented regression...

    Authors: Andrea Priulla, Nicoletta D’Angelo and Massimo Attanasio
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:11
  21. With the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in Europe during the first months of 2020, most of the governments imposed restrictive measures to people mobility and physical distance (the lockdown), which severel...

    Authors: Francesca Luppi, Alessandro Rosina and Emiliano Sironi
    Citation: Genus 2021 77:10

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