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Population Dynamics in Eastern India and Bangladesh

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This book highlights historical and current perspectives on population issues in the Bengali-speaking states of India (i.e., West Bengal, Tripura, Assam) and Bangladesh and explores three core population dynamics: fertility, mortality-morbidity and development. Furthermore, it presents a selection of revealing cases from area-specific micro-studies, mainly conducted in West Bengal and Bangladesh. The book covers various demographic and health issues in these two regions, which are similar in terms of several sociocultural aspects, yet dissimilar in terms of their policies and programs. Adopting an integrated approach that combines various disciplines and perspectives, it explores highly topical issues such as social inequality, religious difference and mental health. The book is intended for a broad readership interested in population studies, sociology and development, including academics, researchers, planners and policymakers.


Autorentext
Aparajita Chattopadhyay is currently associated with the International Institute for Population Sciences as an Associate Professor in the area of Development Studies where she has invested significant time in academic research and post graduate teaching for close to two decades. An area expert in human geography and demography, Chattopadhyay has also served at the Banaras Hindu University as a faculty with the department of Geography for a brief period. Her teaching and research career includes a portfolio of wide ranging research projects and peer-reviewed academic publications. She has been a recipient of numerous medals, awards and grants for demographic and population related academic achievements and researches from reputed Universities and organizations including the likes of the University of Calcutta, International Institute for Population Sciences, Indian Association for the Study of Population, University of Karachi, University of Harvard, RAND corporation USA to highlight a few. She handled different research projects funded by the Government of India, UNICEF etc. Her area of academic and research interests includes Gender issues, Environment and development, Nutrition, Aging and Public Health.

Saswata Ghosh is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Development Studies Kolkata (IDSK). He completed his Ph.D. in Population Studies from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in 2006. He obtained Sir Ratan Tata Fellowship from the Asia Research Centre of London School of Economics (LSE) during 2014-15. He also received International Fellowship for Young Bio-Medical Scientists from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) during 2012-13. He served as a Visiting Fellow at the LSE and at Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS). He worked with Qatar Statistics Authority (QSA), Doha; Centre for Health Policy (CHP), ADRI, Patna; Population Council and Council for Social Development, New Delhi in various capacities. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals of international standing. His areas of interest include religious demography; fertility, family planning and son preference; family demography; field survey methods; demographic estimations; and econometric methods.



Inhalt

Part 1: HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY

1. Demography of Bengal from a Historical Perspective

Nahid Kamal

Part 2: FERTILITY AND CONTRACEPTION

2. Explaining fertility decline in Greater Bengal: A spatial approach to testing the diffusion hypothesis

Zakir Husain, Pallabi Das, Saswata Ghosh

3. Contraceptive behavior among Bengalese: Pattern, preferences and practicality

T. K. Roy and A. K. Roy

4. Case Study: Acceptability, uptake and safety of postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device in a tertiary care hospital in eastern India

Keluosenuo Linyu, Parnamita Bhattacharya, Somajita Chakraborty

5. Case Study: Wombs for Money: Commercial Surrogacy through Kolkata's Window

Ritika Mukherjee and T.V. Sekher

6. Case Study: Infertility Treatment in Kolkata: A qualitative Study

Suparna Banerjee

Part 3: MORTALITY

7. Socio-economic determinants of infant and child mortality: A study of Bengali speaking community in eastern India and Bangladesh

Zakir Husain and Mousumi Dutta

8. Decomposing areas in infant mortality: Treatment vs. Comparison in Matlab, Bangladesh

Unnati Rani Saha

Part 4: MORBIDITY AND HEALTH

9. Reproductive Health Issues in Bangladesh

Sumaiya Abedin and Dharma Arunachalam

10. Attitude and stigma towards HIV/AIDS among Bengalis in India

Srei Chanda

11. Young Mother's Nutrition and its Impact on Child Health: A Cross-Border Analysis of Bengal and Bangladesh

Junaid Khan and Anuja Banerjee

11. Maternal Health Care Use in Bangladesh: Recent Developments and Challenges

Sharifa Begum

12. Socioeconomic and Demographic Factors Associated with Maternal Health Care Seeking Behavior in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis from Bangladesh Demographic Health Survey 1993-2014

Gaylan Peyari, Tarannum Dana and Sanjit Roy

13. Exploring the Cost of Delay in Getting Appropriate Treatment for Mental Illness

Mosammat Nazma Khatun and Khadijatul Kobra

14.Case Study: Shifting paradigm in the cause of maternal mortality in Bengal: A facility and community-based mixed method approach study

Md Illias Kanchan Sk, Balram Paswan, Ankit Anand, Tapan Kumar Naskar

Part 5: SON PREFERENCE

15. Influence of son preference on contraceptive method-mix among Bengalis: A cross country analysis from successive rounds of Demographic and Health Survey data

Saswata Ghosh, Aparajita Chattopadhyay and Santosh Sharma

16. Desire for Additional Children and its Effect on Sex Composition: Findings from Health Surveys

Rahul Rajak, Debashree Sinha and Subrata Lahiri

17. Case Study: Understanding the preference to have more sons among Hindu and Muslim women: A case study from North-Dinajpur district of Bengal

Atreyee Sinha and Faujdar Ram

18. Son preference and Hindu-Muslim fertility differentials in 'ultra-low' fertility context in Kolkata, India Saswata Ghosh and Nandini Ghosh

Part 6: INEQUALITY IN HEALTH

19. Inequality in childhood stunting and disease environment in the districts of Bengal

Kajori Banerjee and Laxmi Kant Dwivedi

20. Explaining Social Inequalities in Health across Two Bengals

Sumit Mazumdar and Papiya Guha Mazumdar

PART 7: GENDER ISSUES

21. Health Hazards among Working Men in Eastern India: A Study of Assam, Tripura and Bengal

Debashree Sinha and Priya Maurya

22. Couple compatibility and male involvement in Reproductive health among Bengalis and non Bengalis in Eastern India

Dipti Govil and Aparajita Chattopadhyay

23. Case Study: Perception about Household Decision-Making Process on Obtaining Maternal Health Services Among the Employed Women of Dhaka City

A H M Kishowar Hossain and Gaylan Peyari Tarannum Dana

Part 8: DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT- CASES

24. Perceptions of environmental changes in two Bengals: A Case of Sundarban

Ayan Rudra and Aparajita Chattopadhya

25. Context of Mobility among the Cross border Undocumented Bangladeshi Migrants in Kolkata, India

Ankita Siddhanta and S.K. Singh

26. Spatial and temporal analysis of Population Dynamics and Land Utilization: The Case of Kolkata

Ankit Sikarwar

27. Intra-urban inequality in Kolkata city and its linkages with slums: Exploring Neighbourhood effects

Tanusree Dutta and R. B. Bhag

Produktinformationen

Titel: Population Dynamics in Eastern India and Bangladesh
Untertitel: Demographic, Health and Developmental Issues
Editor:
EAN: 9789811530449
ISBN: 9811530440
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Singapore
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 496
Gewicht: 904g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T32mm
Jahr: 2020
Auflage: 1st ed. 2020