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Demografija
2019, br. 16, str. 31-51
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 31/01/2020
doi: 10.5937/demografija1916031S
Preispitivanje "hipoteze suburbanog fertiliteta" - demografske implikacije i teritorijalne posledice
aCouncil for Agricultural Research and Economics, Arezzo, Italy
bTuscia University, Department of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, Viterbo, Italy

e-adresa: luca.salvati@crea.gov.it, ilaria.zambon@unitus.it

Sažetak

Tokom dugoročnog razvoja evropskih zemalja došlo je do složene međuzavisnosti između socio-ekonomskih promena i osnovnih demografskih trendova. Na primer, plodnost ima ključnu ulogu u urbano-ruralnom gradijentu, doprinoseći razumevanju populacionih obrazaca i procesa tako što omogućava identifikaciju faktora, pokretača i posledica demografskih tranzicija. Ovaj rad se fokusira na odnos između urbanog rasta i demografske tranzicije, raspravljajući o tome može li se diskontinuirana i raspršena Urbana ekspanzija povezati sa specifičnom fazom demografske tranzicije, naročito sa visokim vrednostima suburbanog fertiliteta u poređenju sa urbanim i ruralnim oblastima. Peispitivanje "hipoteze o suburbanoj (prigradskoj) plodnosti" zasnovane na ranijim studijama koje su sprovedene u naprednim ekonomijama, sa posebnim fokusom na Evropu, ukazuje da je urbano širenje povezano sa mlađim i većim porodicama čija dečja reproduktivna ponašanja determinišu pozitivne efekte lokalnog fertiliteta i demografske dinamike uopšte, s prostornom heterogenošću širom evropskih regiona i zemalja.

Ključne reči

plodnost; demografska tranzicija; prigradska plodnost; Evropa

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