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dc.contributor.authorNývlt, Ondřej
dc.description.abstractThe basic aim of the article is to analyse which characteristics are related to the number of children in Czech families. In demography, this subject is referred to as differential fertility. The overall level of fertility is further broken down according to basic demographic, educational, occupational, value, and geographical variables. Unlike standard demographic fertility outputs, the level of fertility is also analysed in relation to men. Historically, the population census has always been the basic source of data on differential fertility. However, this study is mainly based on data from the Czech Household Panel Survey (CHPS)], which allows a more detailed breakdown. In addition, individual characteristics do not relate only to an exact point in time but are derived from the respondents' life course. The results of differential fertility can also take the form of conclusions about a successful or unsuccessful life strategy of the total number of children in Czech families.cs
dc.titleDiferenční plodnost v Česku z dat proměny české společnostics
dc.typePříspěvek v časopisucs

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