Multivariate analysis of areal fertility in Honolulu

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1972-03
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Park, Chai Bin
East-West Population Institute
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Honolulu, HI : East-West Population Institute, East-West Center
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In this paper, efforts have been made to uncover possible relationships between areal fertility and a large number of socioeconomic indicators within a well-defined urban community, using recent data. Both regression and factor analyses have been employed in order to measure the dependency of fertility on indicators and the interdependency among all the variables involved. The data studied here are for the 1960 census tracts of Honolulu, Hawaii. The data have been examined separately by level of urban gradation and type of fertility measurement.
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39 p.
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