Vol.21: 1-9.
Ajzen, I., & Fishbein, M. (1980). Understanding Attitudes and Predicting Social Behavior. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Ajzen, I., & Klobas, J. (2013). “Fertility Intentions: An Approach based on the Theory of Planned Behavior”, Demographic Research, Vol.29, Article 8.
Barber, J. S., & Axinn, W. G. (2004). “New Ideas and Fertility Limitation: The Role of Mass Media”, Journal of Marriage and Family, Vol.66, No.5: 1180-1200.
Bhende, A. A., & Kantikar, T. (1989). Principles of Population Studies. Bombay: Himalaya Pub. House.
Bongaarts, J. (2002). “The End of the Fertility Transition in the Developed World”, Population and Development Review, Vol.28, No.3: 419-443.
Brauner-Otto, S. (2013). “Attitudes about Children and Fertility Limitation Behavior”, Population Research and Policy Review, Vol.32, Issue.1: 1-24.
Caldwell, J. C. (1982). Theory of Fertility Decline. New York: Academic Press.
Cleland, J., & Wilson, C. (1987). “Demand Theories of the Fertility Transition, an Iconoclastic View”, Population Studies, Vol.41: 5-30.
Dev, I., & Wasoff, F. (2010). “Another Child: Fertility Ideals, Resources and Opportunities”, Population Research and Policy Review, Vol.29, Issue. 6: 921- 940.
Dhillon, P., & Singh, L. L. (2010). “Time Varying and Unvarying Factors Affecting Ideal and Actual Family Size in North India”, See, ppa 2010.princeton.edu/download.aspx? SubmissionId=101274
Erfani, A., & McQuillan, K. (2008a). “Rapid Fertility Decline in Iran: Analysis of Intermediate Variables”, Journal of Biosocial Science, Vol.40, No.3: 459- 478.
Fapohunda, B. M., & Poukouta, P. V. (1997). “Trends and Differentials in Desired Family Size in Kenya”, African Population Studies, Vol.12, No.1.
Fishbein, M., & Ajzen, I. (1975). Belief, Attitude, Intention, and Behavior: An Introduction to Theory and Research. London: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.
Fishbein, M., & Azjen, I. (2010). Predicting and Changing Behavior: The Reasoned Action Approach. New York: Taylor & Francis.
Freedman, R. (1987). “Fertility Determents in the World Fertility Survey”. Edit Ed by Cleland, John & ChrisScott, London Calderon Press. Pp 774-775.
Ghodrati, H. (2005). “Evolution Effect of Social, Economical and Populated Effective on Fertility Manner in Rural Regions”, Population Quarterly, No.53 & 54: 43-76.
Goldstein, J., Lutz, W., & Testa, M. R. (2003). “The Emergence of Sub-Replacement Family Size Ideals in Europe”, Population Research and Policy Review, Vol.22, Issue. 5-6:479-496.
Heiland, F., Prskawetz, A., & Sanderson, W. C. (2005). “Do the More-Educated Prefer Smaller Families?”, Vienna Institute of Demography Working Papers, Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Hussain, A. (2002). “Demographic Transition in China and Its Implications”, World Development, Vol.30, No.10: 1823-1834.
Khatun, T. (2011). Desired and Actual Fertility in Bangladesh: The Role of Mass Media and Social Interaction. for obtaining the degree of Masters Of Arts In Development Studies, Bangladesh.
Khongji, P. (2013). “Determinants and Trends of Ideal Family Size in a Matrilineal Set-up”, the NEHU Journal, Vol. XI, No.2: 37-54.
Kim, D. S. (2005). “Theoretical Explanation of Rapid Fertility Decline in Korea”, the Japaness Journal of Population, Vol. 3, No.1: 462-469.
Kim, D. S. (2013). “The 1997 Economic Crisis, Changes in the Pattern of Achieved Fertility and Ideal Number of Children in Korea”. W. J. J. Yeung and M. T. Yap (eds.), Economic Stress, Human Capital, and Families in Asia : Research and Policy Challenges, Quality of Life in Asia, Vol.4: 73-89.
Kohler, H. P. (2001). Fertility and social interaction: an economic perspective. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kulu, H., & Steele, F. (2011). “To Have or Not to Have? Australian Women’s Childbearing Desires, Expectations and Outcomes”, Journal of Population Research, Vol.28, Issue.4: 353-379.
Lee, R. (1980). “Aiming at Moving Target: Period Fertility and Changing Reproductive Goals”, Population Studies, Vol.34: 205-226.
Lesthaeghe, R., & Surkyn, J. (1988). “Cultural Dynamics and Economic Theories of Fertility Change”, Population and Development Review, Vol.14, No.1:1-45.
Livi Bacci, M. (2001). “Comment: Desired Family Size and the Future Course of Fertility”, Population and Development Review, Vol.27: 282-289.
Mari Bhat, P. N., & Francis Zavier, A. J. (2003). “Fertility Decline and Gender Bias in Northern India”, Demography, Vol.40, No.4: 637-657.
McAllister, L., Gurven, M., Kaplan, H., & Stieglitz, J. (2012). “Why Do Women Have More Children Than They Want? Understanding Differences in Women’s Ideal and Actual Family Size in a Natural Fertility Population”, American Journal of Human Biology, Vol.24: 786-799.
McDonald, P. (1993). “Fertility Transition Hypotheses”. in R. Leete & Ialam (ed.s), The Revolution in Asian Fertility: Demensions, Causes & Implications, Oxford: Clarendon press: 3-14.
McDonald, P. (2005). “The Iranian Fertility Transition: The Influences of Religion and Ethnicity”, International Conference on Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance: Paradigms of Power & Persuasion, 1-2 September, Canberra, Australia.
Mir M. Sadeghi, J. (2000). “Socio-Economic Factors Affected the Recent Fertility Decline in Iran and Some Comparison with other MENA Countries”, the ERF Seventh Conference, Amman, Jordan, 26-28 October.
Mirzaie, M. (2005). “Swings in Fertility Limitation in Iran”, Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies, Vol.14, No.1: 25-33.
Monnier, A. (1987). “Projects and Achieved Fertility. A Longitudinal Survey: 1974, 1976, 1979”, Population, Vol.42, No.6: 819-842.
Mousaei, M., Mehregan, N., & Rezaei, R (2010). “Fertility Rates and Female Labor Force Participation Rate, Case Study: Middle Eastern and North African Countries”, Res Women, Vol.4: 55- 68.
Muhoza, D. N., Broekhuis, A., & Hooimeijer, P. (2014). “Variations in Desired Family Size and Excess Fertility in East Africa”, International Journal of Population Research, Vol. 2014.
Nambodiri, K. )1983(. “Sequential Fertility Decision Making and the Life Course”, R. A. Bulatao, & R. D. Lee (eds.), Determinants of fertility in developing countries, Vol.2, New York: Academic Press.
National Research Council. (2001). Diffusion Processes and fertility transition: selected perspectives, Committee on Population.
Payne, J. (2004). “The Impact of a Reduced Fertility Rate on Women’s Health”, BMC Women’s Health, Vol.4, No.11: 654-662.
Population Reference Bureau (2006). The 2006 World Population Data Sheet, NewYork.
Rindfuss, R. B., Morgan, P. S., & Swicegood, G. (1988). “First births in America: changes in the timing of parenthood”, Science Magazine, Vol.242, No.4876: 305-306.
Rosniza Aznie, C. R., Usman, Y., Suriati, G., Abdul Rahim, M. N., Rosmiza, M. Z., Lyndon, N., Mohd Fuad, M. J., Mohd Yusof, H., Zaimah, R., & Sarmila, M. S. (2013). “Identifying Potential Factors of Ideal Childbearing among Malay Women in Terengganu”, Asian Social Science, Vol.9, No.8: 79-86.
Schoen, R., Kim, Y. J., Nathanson, C. A., Fields, J., & Astone, N. M. (1977). “Why do Americans want children?”, Population and Development Review, Vol.23, No.2: 333-358.
Shirastova, O. S. (1994). Demography & Population Studies. New Dehli: Vikas Poblishing House.
Shryock, H. S., & Seigel. J. (2003). Method and Materials of Demography. Elsevier Academic Press.
Sommer, R., & Sommer, B. (1980). A Practical Guide to Behavioral Research. New York: Oxford University Press.
Testa, M. R., & Grilli, L. (2004). “The Effects of Childbearing Regional Contexts on Ideal Family Size in Europe: A Multilevel Analysis”, European Demographic Research Papers, No.4.
United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2011). World Population Prospects: The 2010 Revision, Highlights and Advance Tables. Working Paper No. ESP/P/WP.220.
Upadhyay, U. D., & Karasek, D. (2012). “Women’s Empowerment and Ideal Family Size: An Examination of DHS Empowerment Measures in Sub-Saharan Africa”, International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Vol.38, No.2: 78-89.
Weeks, J. R. (1994). Population. 5^th Edition, Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company.
West, K. K., & Morgan, L. A. (1987). “Public perceptions of the ideal number of children for contemporary families”, Population and Environment, Vol.9, Issue.3: 160-172.
Westoff, C. F. (1981). “The validity of birth intentions: evidence from U.S. longitudinal studies”. In G.E. Hendershot & P. J. Placek (eds.), Predicting fertility, Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.
Westoff, C.F., & Ryder, N. B. (1977). “The predictive validity of reproductive intentions”, Demography, Vol.14: 431-453.
Yamaguchi, K., & Ferguson, L. R. )1995(. “The stopping and spacing of childbirths and their birth-history predictors: rational-choice theory and event-history analysis”, American Sociological Review, Vol.60, No.2: 272-298.
Yeatman, S., & Sennott, C., & Culpepper, S. (2013). “Young Woman’s Dynamic Family Size Preferences in the Context of Transitioning Fertility”, Demography. Vol. 50, Issue. 5: 1715-1737.
The Study of Fertility Ideals among 15-49 Years-Old Women (Case Study of Mohr District in Fars Province)
Rezvan Abbasi
Every couple has its own ideals and belief about the size of family and the number of daughters and sons they want. Ideal size of the family has an influential effect on fertility. Considering the fact that decreasing fertility rate in Iran has been alongside with number of changes in ideal family size, studying these ideals is one of the

مطلب مرتبط :   تحقیق رایگان دربارهTechnology

Written by 

دیدگاهتان را بنویسید