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By National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Committee on Basic Research in the Behavioral and Social Sciences

In 1933, President Herbert Hoover commissioned the "Ogburn Report," a entire learn of social traits within the usa. Fifty years later, a symposium of famous social and behavioural scientists marked the report's anniversary with a booklet in their personal from the fee on Behavioural and Social Sciences and schooling. the ten chapters awarded the following relate the advancements special within the "Ogburn file" to trendy social traits. This booklet discusses contemporary significant strides within the social and behavioural sciences, together with sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, and linguistics.

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The external migration trends differ according to assumptions on the federal-state level for MV, in other words, rising immigration numbers and declining emigration rates in variant H and constant immigration numbers as well as emigration rates in variant L. 1). While Rostock and Greifswald are university cities, Nordwestmecklenburg benefits from its proximity to Lübeck (in the nearby federal state Schleswig-Holstein), Wismar and Schwerin. Ludwigslust and Wismar are projected to experience population growth from 2020 onwards which is, however, not strong enough to compensate for shrinkage before 2020.

44), which belongs to the enlarged environs of Hamburg, benefitting from the immigration of persons at typical family-starting age (over 30 years). We assume that regional fertility trends will persist, meaning 14 In Tivig and Kühntopf (2009) we calculated that ageing between 1990 and 2030 in MecklenburgWestern Pomerania will be strongest among the 264 NUTS 2 regions of the European Union. The mean age of MV is among the highest in the EU by 2030. 2 Demographic Trends and Economic Development in Germany 23 HST Baltic Sea RÜG HWI HRO HGW NVP DBR Lübeck GÜ OVP DM Poland NWM HH UER PCH MÜR LWL MST SN NB Fig.

8. 95 (L) in 2030, the number of private households increases despite the shrinking population. 3 (L) million by 2030. However, the distribution of their members by household size, gender and age differs only little between both the projection variants. The already large share of single- and two-person households rises by 10–16%, while the number of households with three and more members declines by 17–29%. The development is strongly driven by the demographic trends already mentioned, particularly the rising number of elderly and the decrease in the number of families with children.

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