4 edition of Population research, policy, and related studies in Puerto Rico found in the catalog.
Population research, policy, and related studies in Puerto Rico
Kent C. Earnhardt
|Statement||Kent C. Earnhardt.|
|Series||Planning series ;, S-6, Planning series (Río Piedras, P.R.) ;, S-6.|
|Contributions||University of Puerto Rico (Río Piedras Campus). Graduate School of Planning.|
|LC Classifications||Z7164.D3 E34 1984, HB3555 E34 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 132 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||77016466|
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Doctoral field research in Puerto Rico led to his frequently cited and reproduced book, “Family and Fertility in Puerto Rico: A Study of the Lower Income Group” (). Later books included “The Family and Population Control: A Puerto Rican Experiment in Social Change” (), written with Kurt Back and Reuben Hill. This series of publications analyses the organisation and performance of health systems, and factors explaining performance variations. Studies are conducted on such topics as co-ordination of care, pharmaceutical pricing, long-term care and disability, health workforce and international migration of health workers, information and communications technologies in health care, and .
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CNN reported last year that Puerto Rico lost almost 2 percent of its population in alone. In a recent study, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College in New York estimates Puerto Rico may lose more thanresidents — about 14 percent of the population — by Of those, more thancould be working-age : Randy Lilleston.
The estimated population of Puerto Rico as of July 1,was 3, a % decrease since the United States Census. From tothe population decreased, the first such decrease in census history for Puerto Rico.
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Using archival and other primary sources, Francisco Scarano has pieced together the most precise and detailed description available of the evolution of the sugar economy around Cited by: The population of Puerto Rico has been shaped by Amerindian settlement, European colonization especially under the Spanish Empire, slavery and economic migration.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Puerto Rico, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other Female population (): 1, In this innovative new book, economists from U.S.
and Puerto Rican institutions address a range of major policy issues affecting the island's economic development. Sterilization of Puerto Rican Women: A Selected, Partially Annotated Bibliography (Louis de Malave, ) This bibliography is number 80 of the series BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN GENDER AND WOMEN’S STUDIES published by the University of Wisconsin System Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian, Memorial Library, State Street, Madison, WI.
A lush tropical island in the Caribbean Sea just west of the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, also referred to locally as la Isla del Encanto (the Isle of Enchantment) features some 20 varieties of orchids and a distinctively bright green species of parrots.
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In this innovative new book, economists from U.S. and Puerto Rican institutions address a range of major policy issues affecting the island’s economic development. The book also analyzes the racial and cultural identity politics that exist between Puerto Ricans and African-Americans living in New York City.
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Puerto Ricans (Spanish: Puertorriqueños ; or boricuas) are the people of Puerto Rico, the inhabitants, and citizens of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (a United States territory), and their descendants.
Puerto Rico is home to people of many different national origins as well. Puerto Ricans Flag of Puerto Rico Total population c. 9 million Puerto Rican Diaspora: c. 6 million Brazil: Population Reference Bureau works to improve the well-being of people everywhere by promoting informed decisions about population, health, and the environment.
Learn More Top 50 Countries With the Oldest Populations. “Population Decline and School Closure in Puerto Rico” shows an abrupt decline in school enrollment, coupled with a decline in the population under 18 years of age.
The number of children under age 5 in Puerto Rico decreased by 42 percent between andor fromtoBackground. The United States acquired the islands of Puerto Rico in after the Spanish–AmericanCongress enacted legislation (P.L.
) authorizing Puerto Rico to hold a constitutional convention and inthe people of Puerto Rico ratified a constitution establishing a republican form of government for the island.
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The journal publishes cutting-edge research that contributes new insights on the complex, reciprocal links between human populations and the natural environment in all regions and countries of the world. Such studies have been or are being made in India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Taiwan, Japan, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and the United States.
In spite of the critical importance of the problem, however, only about fifteen of these limited efforts have been made to find out whether and how voluntary regulation of fertility can—with presently available. Data for Puerto Rico and the Island Areas are available at the State and county equivalent levels.
is a bibliographic tool that enables users to access current and historical information on a multitude of topics related to arts administration and policy. Records in the database are classified into four types: Americans for the Arts archive.Only one-third of the population in Puerto Rico reported going online to access the Internet or World Wide Web in This finding is consistent with Internet penetration rates for Puerto Rico (%) obtained through market research and prior HINTS analysis documenting low use of the Internet among US Spanish-speaking Hispanics.The island, a U.S.
territory, was one of the most densely populated areas in the world, and officials supported birth control as a form of population control in the hopes that it Author: American Experience.