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2018 | 12 | 23-39
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Decomposition of first births in Poland, according to timing of marriage and conception

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Decomposition of first births in Poland, according to timing of marriage and conception
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Standard demographic analyses focus on changes in the share of marital and extra-marital births in the total number of births. The theory of the second demographic transition predicts that the increase in the share of extra-marital births is caused by a decrease in bridal pregnancies which were conceived premaritally, but born within marriage. The objective of the article is to analyse this issue through decomposition of data from the registration of births (1985—2016) provided by Statistics Poland into marital and extra-marital births as well as bridal pregnancies. In the analysed period, the results of the analyses show a constant decline in the share of bridal pregnancies, accompanied by a simultaneous increase in the share of extra-marital births and a slight increase in the share of marital births.
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Standardowe analizy demograficzne koncentrują się na zmianach udziału urodzeń małżeńskich i pozamałżeńskich w ogóle urodzeń. Teoria drugiego przejścia demograficznego zakłada, że wzrost udziału urodzeń pozamałżeńskich wynika głównie ze spadku liczby urodzeń, które zostały poczęte pozamałżeńsko, a urodzone w małżeństwie. Artykuł ma na celu przeanalizowanie tego zagadnienia na podstawie dekompozycji danych GUS dotyczących rejestracji urodzeń w latach 1985—2016 na: urodzenia małżeńskie, pozamałżeńskie oraz poczęte pozamałżeńsko, a rozwiązane w małżeństwie. Wyniki badania wyraźnie pokazują stały spadek ostatniego typu urodzeń w obserwowanym okresie, przy znaczącym wzroście urodzeń pozamałżeńskich oraz nieznacznym — urodzeń małżeńskich.
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12
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2018-12-28
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  • Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie
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