2 edition of Heredity as an explanation of the declining birth-rate found in the catalog.
Heredity as an explanation of the declining birth-rate
1931 in Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y .
Written in English
|Statement||by Wagner-Manslau, translated from the original German by Hilda H. Wullen|
|Series||Eugenics research association. Monograph series. no. VI|
|Contributions||Wullen, Hilda H|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||35010141|
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Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., With the declining birth-rate the marriage-rate must be considered. Malthus would have expected a declining birth-rate to be the natural result of a declining marriage-rate, and a declining marriage-rate to be due to the practice of moral restraint, rendered imperative because of hard times, and a difficulty in obtaining work, wages, and food.
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Individuals reproduce but so do genes. Fitness on one level is connected to that on the other, but in a way that can be complicated. The natural tendency of civilization, a declining birth-rate, would have brought destruction upon Sparta. Nevertheless, this attempt to maintain the numbers of the citizens seems to have met with little success.
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EUGENICS. term eugenics, from the Greek meaning "good birth," was coined by British scientist Francis Galton ( – ).
As Galton defined it in Essays in Eugenics (), eugenics is "the study of agencies under social control which may improve or impair the racial qualities of future generations" (p. 81). Eugenics seeks to improve the human gene pool by encouraging.
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Commenter redzengenoist has brought to my attention that in his homeland of Denmark, policy seems to have accomplished two rather remarkable feats: Fertility among non-Western immigrant women (primarily Muslims) is down to children/child-bearing woman, from a high of And, more importantly, the fertility rate among educated Danish women has nearly caught up to [ ].
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