Demographic Shifts in the Czech Republic after 1989: A Second Demographic Transition View

Sobotka, Tomas; Zeman, Krystof; Kantorova, Vladimira
August 2003
European Journal of Population;2003, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p249
Academic Journal
Examines whether the demographic shifts of youths in Czech Republic can be interpreted within the framework of the second demographic transition in 1989. Factors that affected the values and demographic behavior of the young Czech generation; Conceptualizations of transition; Outline of the possible operationalization to ascertain whether the transition is taking place; Information on how the concepts of the transition correspond to the demographic shifts in the Czech Republic; Opportunities and economic constraints shaping demographic trends in the country.


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