Studies on fertility trends at the personal as well as at the society level are mainly based on information on fertility which is acquired through women, both in the form of data from registers and data obtained through surveys. In this paper I put forward the propositions that men have become invisible in the routine registration of reproductive events and, consequently, also in the vital statistics on fertility which is often at least partly the main basis for demographic studies of fertility trends and that this limits the research.
|Bidragets oversatte titel||The invisible man in the registration of pregnancy outcome - with special focus on the case of Denmark|
|Titel||Género y Población : Una perspectiva internacional|
|Redaktører||Rodríguez, E. A. (ed.) : Bastida-González, E. (ed.) : Pérez G. J. G. (ed.): López M. G. V. (ed.)|
|Status||Udgivet - 2003|