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The author analyzes household structure and living arrangements in Madrid, Spain, during the past 20 years. Aspects considered include marital status, family and household characteristics, age distribution of household members, and one-parent households.
Trends in urbanization in Spain from 1860 to 1900 are analyzed. The focus is on changes in relationships among large, medium-sized, and small urban areas over time, which are studied using a rank-size model.
An analysis of recent changes in families and households in Madrid, Spain, is presented. Data are from the national censuses of 1970 and 1981 and the municipal register of 1986. The author also analyzes the characteristics of the population of Madrid by sex, age, and marital status.
"The purpose of this article is to reexamine the present significance of nuptiality from a demographic standpoint and its influence on fertility and the formation of the family in Western society, and in Spain in particular." The authors suggest that the demographic trends occurring in economically advanced countries are without precedent and represent a… (More)