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The Resource Demographics of Korea and Germany : Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of Two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification

Demographics of Korea and Germany : Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of Two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification

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Demographics of Korea and Germany : Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of Two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification
Title
Demographics of Korea and Germany
Title remainder
Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of Two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Köppen, Bernhard
Dewey number
301.329519
Index
no index present
LC call number
HB887
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Schneider, Norbert F
  • (BiB), Federal Institute for Population Research
  • (KIHASA), Germany and the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs
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  • Korea
  • Germany
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Population
  • Germany
  • Korea
Label
Demographics of Korea and Germany : Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of Two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification
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Publication
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online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Demographics of Korea andGermany. Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification; Table of Contents; Index of Figures; Index of Tables; Preface; 1 Introduction: Demographics of reunification; 1.1 Theoretical setting; 1.1.1 Modernization theory as early theoretical framework; 1.1.2 Divergence and diversification: The appropriate way to look at German reunification?; 1.1.3 Hybridization theory; 1.2 Assessing the demographics of reunification on different layers and scales; 1.3 Method, Data and Restrictions
  • 2 Forming demographic processes of reunified Germany: Patterns of fertility, mortality and migration2.1 Fertility, living arrangements and related aspects; 2.1.1 Total Fertility Rate and Cohort Fertility; 2.1.2 Fertility decline and children per women in the light of the CTFR; 2.1.3 Marriage and divorce; 2.1.4 Number and composition of households; 2.1.5 Cultural conceptions of family as a socio-demographical marker between East and West?; 2.2 Mortality and life expectancy (Michael Mühlichen, BiB); 2.2.1 Life expectancy at birth and remaining life expectancy at age 65
  • 2.2.2 Regional mortality differences2.2.3 Main causes of death; 2.3 Migration in divided and reunified Germany; 2.3.1 Patterns of GDR internal migration and the special case of the GDR-FRG migration regime; 2.3.2 Internal migration since reunification; 2.3.4 International migration; 3 The socio-cultural and socio-economic perspectives; 3.1 Attitudes towards reunification in German society; 3.2 The socio-economic divide -- a long lasting challenge; 4 Consequences of post-unification demographics: A persistent east-west divide? (with Michael Mühlichen, BiB)
  • 5 Knowledge and notions on the demographics of Korean reunification (Sam Hyun Yoo, KIHASA)5.1 Typologies of reunification; 5.2 Tales of demographic change in an open or reunified Korea; 5.2.1 Populations of South and North Korea; 5.2.2 Fertility and marriage; 5.2.3 Health, mortality and life expectancy; 5.2.4 Migration; 5.2.5 Economy, education, urbanization; 5.2.6 Korea as one -- A challenging vision; 6 Concluding thoughts on a Germany-inspired Korea scenario; 6.1 Social freezing and low fertility; 6.2 Leaps in health and life expectancy; 6.3 The challenge of migration
  • 6.4 Social transformation and challenge6.5 German reunification -- No blueprint for Korea but a valuable knowledge base; References
Control code
1030027457
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (129 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783847411734
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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22573/ctvdcj4jp
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1030027457
Label
Demographics of Korea and Germany : Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of Two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Demographics of Korea andGermany. Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunification; Table of Contents; Index of Figures; Index of Tables; Preface; 1 Introduction: Demographics of reunification; 1.1 Theoretical setting; 1.1.1 Modernization theory as early theoretical framework; 1.1.2 Divergence and diversification: The appropriate way to look at German reunification?; 1.1.3 Hybridization theory; 1.2 Assessing the demographics of reunification on different layers and scales; 1.3 Method, Data and Restrictions
  • 2 Forming demographic processes of reunified Germany: Patterns of fertility, mortality and migration2.1 Fertility, living arrangements and related aspects; 2.1.1 Total Fertility Rate and Cohort Fertility; 2.1.2 Fertility decline and children per women in the light of the CTFR; 2.1.3 Marriage and divorce; 2.1.4 Number and composition of households; 2.1.5 Cultural conceptions of family as a socio-demographical marker between East and West?; 2.2 Mortality and life expectancy (Michael Mühlichen, BiB); 2.2.1 Life expectancy at birth and remaining life expectancy at age 65
  • 2.2.2 Regional mortality differences2.2.3 Main causes of death; 2.3 Migration in divided and reunified Germany; 2.3.1 Patterns of GDR internal migration and the special case of the GDR-FRG migration regime; 2.3.2 Internal migration since reunification; 2.3.4 International migration; 3 The socio-cultural and socio-economic perspectives; 3.1 Attitudes towards reunification in German society; 3.2 The socio-economic divide -- a long lasting challenge; 4 Consequences of post-unification demographics: A persistent east-west divide? (with Michael Mühlichen, BiB)
  • 5 Knowledge and notions on the demographics of Korean reunification (Sam Hyun Yoo, KIHASA)5.1 Typologies of reunification; 5.2 Tales of demographic change in an open or reunified Korea; 5.2.1 Populations of South and North Korea; 5.2.2 Fertility and marriage; 5.2.3 Health, mortality and life expectancy; 5.2.4 Migration; 5.2.5 Economy, education, urbanization; 5.2.6 Korea as one -- A challenging vision; 6 Concluding thoughts on a Germany-inspired Korea scenario; 6.1 Social freezing and low fertility; 6.2 Leaps in health and life expectancy; 6.3 The challenge of migration
  • 6.4 Social transformation and challenge6.5 German reunification -- No blueprint for Korea but a valuable knowledge base; References
Control code
1030027457
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (129 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783847411734
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvdcj4jp
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1030027457

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