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Reproduction: the Canadian family in transition

  • Bali Ram (a1)

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Three trends suggest that the reproductive function of the Canadian family is in transition. First, fertility has fallen and remained below the replacement level. Secondly, an increasing proportion of women are spending a larger part of their lives without having any children. Finally, an increasing proportion of women are having children without getting married.

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