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Author Anderson, Michael, 1942-
Title Scotland's populations from the 1850s to today / Michael Anderson ; with mapping by Corinne Roughley.
Imprint Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Edition First edition.

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Author Anderson, Michael, 1942-
Subject Scotland -- Population -- History.
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I : questions and contexts -- 1. Scotland's population -- 2. The broad patterns of population change -- 3. Physical, social, and economic contexts -- Part II : The multiple Scotlands -- 4. Multiple Scotlands -- 5. Multiple Scotlands -- 6. Islands -- 7. The major urban centres -- Part III : Migration and the components and structures of population change -- 8. The components of population change -- 9. Patterns of migration -- 10. Changing age and sex structures and their consequences -- Part IV : Fertility and nuptiality -- 11. Marriage and nuptiality -- 12. Fertility -- 13. The interactions between fertility and nuptiality -- 14. The first Scottish fertility decline -- 15. Explaining fertility changes since the 1930s -- Part V : Mortality -- 16. Scottish national mortality and its wider context -- 17. Causes of death -- 18. Spatial variations in mortality and its causes -- 19. Social and economic differences in mortality -- Part VI : Conclusion -- 20. How and why was Scotland different and what may happen next?
Summary A coherent, comprehensive description and analysis of the most recent 170 years of Scottish population history. With its coverage of both national and local themes, set in the context of changes in Scottish economy and society, this study is an essential and definitive source for anyone studying modern Scottish history, sociology, or geography.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 05, 2018).
ISBN 9780192528391 (electronic bk.)
0192528394 (electronic bk.)
9780198805830
9780191843747
0191843741
0198805837
OCLC # 1026492249
Additional Format Print version : 9780198805830



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