Jain, Shailendra K.
Earlier attempts to measure the incidence of nuptiality
(marriage;, remarriage and marriage dissolution - widowhood and
divorce) have generally been carried out within the framework of two
limitations: (i) they were invariably based on crude measures; and
(ii) they were based on measures derived indirectly from census data.
At the end of the nineteenth century, nuptiality tables were constructed
by utilizing age-specific marriage rates observed during a
year (or during a period) while...[Show more]
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