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a.the general health and nutrition of the womenb.the roles available to women in a societyc.the prevalent viewpoint regarding what constitutes the “ideal” family sized.the number of women of childbearing ageAnswer:
dPage: 450LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Pickup9.Which of these is a social factor affecting fertility level?
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Page: 450LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New10.__________ is the potential number of children that could be born if every woman reproduced at her maximum biological capacity.
Page: 450LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Pickup11.The term fecundity refers to
Page: 450LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New12.The __________ is the number of live births per 1,000 people in a population in a given year.a.total fertility rateb.crude birth ratec.age-specific rated.non-refined fertilityAnswer: b
Page: 450LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Pickup13.In 2010, the crude birth rate in the United States was almost __________, compared withan all-time high rate of 27.0 per 1,000 in 1947 (following World War II).
Page: 451LO: 1TYPE: FactualSOURCE: Modified14.__________ countries are those in which women are not having enough children to ensure that on average a daughter will survive to childbearing age.
Page: 451LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New15.The United Nations defines high-, intermediate- and low-fertility countries according to __________.506
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Page: 451LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New16.According to the categories defined by the United Nations, the U.S. is a __________ country.a.low-fertilityb.intermediate-fertilityc.medium-fertilityd.high-fertilityAnswer: b
Page: 451LO: 1TYPE: FactualSOURCE: New17.Eighteen percent of the world’s population lives in __________ countries.
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