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With a personalyou can read up to articles each month for free. Already have an ? Log in. Log in through your institution. This paper deals with changing marriage customs in a pre-transitional setting where nuclear households and relatively high female status have been dominant values.

Two Bolivian communities are compared. In one of them, the persistence of early marriages is associated with a specialized agricultural economy where women play roles as wives and mothers as well as partners in agricultural production but are not engaged in autonomous income earning activities.

Women maintain a relatively subordinate, even if highly valued, position within the family. Marriage customs are simple, with little parental opposition to early marriage. In the other, economic diversification and tertiarization of the economy, as well as the emergence of a youth culture, are producing a revolution in marriage patterns.

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Increase in female age at marriage is associated with an extension of spinsterhood, growing acceptance of courtship, and a decline in parental influence over the selection of marriage partners. These are processes promoting both nuclearization and an increase in the bargaining power of women within the nuclear family, conditions for the emergence of favourable attitudes towards birth control.

Marriages are taking place later as a consequence of the increasing individualized capacity of females as income earners. Young men achieve independence much later today than in the past, and have to show individual resourcefulness in order to find a wife.

Stealing a bride, a ritualized version of elopement, is a key aspect of marriage customs through which men show the ability to constitute a new household. The Health Transition Review is concerned with the cultural, social and behavioural determinants of health.

Societies with similar levels of health provision and comparable incomes exhibit vastly different levels of health and mortality. This reflects differences in life styles, child rearing practices, and beliefs about the extent to which individuals can control their destinies and those close to them. HTR includes articles identifying and measuring the impact of cultural, social and behavioural forces on health and mortality, and broader papers on theory, methodology, review articles and historical studies concerning the health transition.

HTR also includes a of supplement issues on topics of particular interest to the health transition. Caldwell, editor and various co-editors. Health transition refers to the broad study of mortality transition involving interaction of cultural, social and behavioral factors with economic and medical factors to produce declines in morbidity and mortality.

Health Transition Review. The Shaping of fertility and mortality declines: the contemporary demographic transitionpp.

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Abstract This paper deals with changing marriage customs in a pre-transitional setting where nuclear households and relatively high female status have been dominant values. Journal Information The Health Transition Review is concerned with the cultural, social and behavioural determinants of health.