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Demography India, Vol. 48, Issue 2, July-December 2019

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Editor Message

 

From the Chief Editor’s Desk

As you are aware that the demographic change has been unprecedented during the last few decades with rapid rise in human longevity accompanied with fast decline in fertility across the world.  As a sequel, spatial mobility has also been rising in the forms of migration, return migration, travel and commutation- intimately connected with each other. Such changes throw enormous challenges of research before population scientists. Demography India- a Journal of eminence in its own right provides a platform to the population researchers to publish their valuable work for advancing the discipline and helping to find a solution of emerging problems. The present volume contains eight articles and one book review covering issues related to unmet need of contraception, fertility, child mortality, menopause, mental health and old age security. The articles reflect the diversity in demographic facts and intend to cater the research interests of varied groups of demographers.

We welcome research papers, research notes and book reviews of contemporary relevance and research works of methodological significance. We take this opportunity to thank our reviewers for sparing their valuable time to review the papers. Dr Harihar Sahoo - Managing Editor deserves special thanks for his zeal and hard work in helping to finalize this volume. We sincerely welcome any suggestions and comments to improve the Journal.     

R.B. Bhagat

Chief Editor, Demography India


Sr.No. Title & Authors Page No. Link
1 Unmet Need of Contraception in India’s Demographically Backward EAG States
S.C. Gulati and Ayusmati Das
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2 Fertility Transition in Uttar Pradesh: Trends, Patterns and Convergence
Achala Srivastava
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3 Women’s Participation in Selecting Spouse and Fertility Preferences in India
Nutan Kumari, Chander Shekhar and Ajay Gupta
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4 Age at Menopause and Associated Symptoms: A Study from Rural North Karnataka
Sudhirgouda H. Patil, N. K. Tyagi and J.B. Prasad
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5 Prevalence and Predictors of Mental Health Disorders among Indian Population: Evidence from the SAGE Wave-1
Balhasan Ali and Gyan Chandra Kashyap
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6 Geospatial, Socioeconomic, Demographic and Health Determinants of Childhood Mortality in Bangladesh
Azizur Rahman
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7 The Role of Education in Availing Old Age Social Security Schemes: An Evidence-Based Study from Kerala, India
Pravat Bhandari and Shinjini Ray
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8 Is there any Long Run Relationship between Dependency Ratio and Economic Growth? Evidences from Bangladesh
Sayema Haque Bidisha, SM Abdullah and Mohammad Mainul Islam
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9 Book Review: Wrench G.T., The Wheel of Health: The Source of Long Life and Health among the Hunza
Dibyasree Ganguly and Srinivas Goli
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