Women and Demography in the Mediterranean States

by Ariela Keysar, Associate Research Professor in Public Policy and Law and the Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture at Trinity College.

The goal of this chapter, drawing on recent statistics collected by the United Nations, is to explore the extent to which state secularism and private secularity across a range of Mediterranean states affect the socioeconomic status of women through the mediating factor of demographic processes, mainly reproductive patterns.

Women and Demography in the Mediterranean States.

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