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1938 2
1939 1
1942 1
1945 21
1946 71
1947 71
1948 48
1949 66
1950 55
1951 66
1952 66
1953 56
1954 59
1955 71
1956 76
1957 57
1958 61
1959 67
1960 62
1961 51
1962 86
1963 159
1964 214
1965 189
1966 226
1967 401
1968 583
1969 555
1970 684
1971 781
1972 819
1973 910
1974 933
1975 838
1976 834
1977 799
1978 757
1979 842
1980 800
1981 876
1982 877
1983 918
1984 930
1985 1111
1986 1044
1987 1107
1988 1193
1989 1190
1990 1082
1991 1226
1992 1194
1993 1149
1994 1071
1995 1016
1996 896
1997 1041
1998 944
1999 987
2000 869
2001 1133
2002 1166
2003 1117
2004 1128
2005 1281
2006 1348
2007 1447
2008 1579
2009 1640
2010 2002
2011 2052
2012 2360
2013 2543
2014 2585
2015 2597
2016 2537
2017 2446
2018 2267
2019 1091
2020 18
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Overview of the family structure in Egypt and its relation to psychiatry.
Okasha T, et al. Int Rev Psychiatry 2012 - Review. PMID 22515467
The family is the basic unit of any society and culture. The concept, structure, and function of the family unit vary considerably across different cultures; however, its role continues to be imperative to the development of individuals and their psychological make-up. ...The importance of family has not changed dramatically even though the structures are beginning to. In this paper we highlight changes in family set-up and the state of family therapy in Egypt....
The family is the basic unit of any society and culture. The concept, structure, and function of the family unit vary consider …
A survival analysis of the timing of onset of childbearing among young females in Nigeria: are predictors the same across regions?
Kunnuji MON, et al. Reprod Health 2018. PMID 30326944 Free PMC article.
Yet, there is need for strong evidence on how background characteristics explain time to first birth among young females across regions in Nigeria. ...
Yet, there is need for strong evidence on how background characteristics explain time to first birth among young females across regio …
[Characteristics of family status of patients with schizophrenia].
Golovina AG. Zh Nevrol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova 1998. PMID 9505398 Russian.
The patients had the following family status: 30 patients had their own families, 39-were never married, 31-were divorced. An analysis of the family situation revealed that the possibility of both the creation and maintenance of their own families were determined in schizophrenic patients by the whole complex of factors such as general populational ones, connected with the disease, personality, interactions in parents' family, family orientations of the patients. ...
The patients had the following family status: 30 patients had their own families, 39-were never married, 31-were divorced. An analysi …
Marital disruption and health insurance
Peters HE, et al. Demography 2014. PMID 25012788
Despite the high levels of marital disruption in the United States and the fact that a significant portion of health insurance coverage for those less than age 65 is based on family membership, surprisingly little research is available on the consequences of marital disruption for the health insurance coverage of men, women, and children. ...
Despite the high levels of marital disruption in the United States and the fact that a significant portion of health insurance coverage for …
The partner in late-life repartnering: caregiving expectations from an intergenerational perspective
Koren C, et al. Int Psychogeriatr 2016. PMID 26961865
It is perceived as a chance for renewal and autonomy, enabling a release from dependency on offspring, whereas caregiving is associated with dependency and becoming a burden on family members. ...Using a life course perspective, we explore partner caregiving expectations in late-life repartnering from the viewpoints of three generations in complex stepfamilies in Israel, a society characterized by collectivist alongside individualist familial norms. ...
It is perceived as a chance for renewal and autonomy, enabling a release from dependency on offspring, whereas caregiving is associated with …
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