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Familial interrelatedness in a Swedish rural population.

Erik Essen-MoМ€ller

Familial interrelatedness in a Swedish rural population.

by Erik Essen-MoМ€ller

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Published by Karger in Basel, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consanguinity -- Sweden.,
  • Family -- Sweden.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesActa genetica et statistica medica.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p.
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16621295M

      On welfare and the complex household, see Chapter VIII of Laslett, Britain, be your age!, a book in course of publication. For Kenya in see Khasiani, S. A., ‘ The role of the family in meeting the needs of the ageing population in Kenya ’, Genus 43 () 1 – 2, – Khasiani makes the conventional assumption that it is Cited by: The proportion of familial breast cancer among all breast cancers diagnosed before age 54 was %. The familial relative risk was about , but is likely to decrease to about or less in the aging population. The higher familial relative risks were evident in young women, being when both the mothers and their daughters were.

    Patterns of genetic diversity have previously been shown to mirror geography on a global scale and within continents and individual countries. Using genome-wide SNP data on Swedes with extensive geographical coverage, we analyzed the genetic structure of the Swedish population. We observed strong differences between the far northern counties and the remaining by:   The population in Sweden increased constantly and amounted to million in The share of the elderly in the population was increasing over the years too, and in .

    Rural life in Sweden requires some ingenuity with your thinking and operations to run life. Farming the sheep is no different. We are on a small island in our archipelago, with limited grazing areas, so for 6 months of the year they live on a nearby uninhabited island, happily roaming free, and grazing away the beautiful Swedish summer.   Familial clustering of pleural mesothelioma was reported previously, but none of the reports quantified the familial risk of mesothelioma or the association with other cancers. The contributions of shared environmental or genetic factors to the aggregation of mesothelioma were unknown. We used a number of Swedish registers, including the Swedish Multigeneration Register and the Swedish Cited by: 8.


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Familial interrelatedness in a Swedish rural population by Erik Essen-MoМ€ller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (86K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Alan E.

Emery. Familial Interrelatedness in a Swedish Rural Population 3 All the inhabitants on the official records at a certain key date, the onset of July 1,were included in the investigation. Their distribution by sex and age (Table I) as well as marital state and financial level, was representative of the rural part of that county (län).

Get this from a library. Familial interrelatedness in a Swedish rural population. [Erik Essen-Möller]. Acta Genet Stat Med. ;Suppl Familial interrelatedness in a Swedish rural population. Essen-Möller E. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: 5. Familial Interrelatedness in a Swedish Rural Population.

Supplementum ad 'Acta Genetica et Statistica Medica', Vol. By Erik Essen-Moller. (Pp. vi+77; 1 figure+41 tables. sFr./DM ) Basel, NewYork: S.

Karger. Consanguinity can be considered from two points of view: parental andgeneral, the latter being the relation. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Alan E.

Emery. Familial Interrelatedness in a Swedish Rural Population. (PMCID:PMC) Full Text Citations ; BioEntities ; Related Articles ; External Links ; J Med Genet.

June; 5(2): PMCID: PMC Familial Interrelatedness in a Swedish Rural Population. Reviewed by Alan E. Emery. Familial interrelatedness in a swedish rural population E. Essen-Möller. Karger, Basel: Supplementum ad Acta Genetica et Statistica Medica, Vol Pp.

Cited by: 1. The effect of urban spillover in different methods of estimating rural population change are illustrated here using Swedish data, which are suitable for this purpose given their high spatial resolution. The data do not support the existence of any actual rural population growth in Sweden in the s, apart from the effects of urban by: * The most important data in the Population Statistics.

At the very bottom of this page, there is a link to an Excel-file containing statistics for more years then what is reported in the Table above. Source, up to and including Population & Housing Census. Source since Household dwellings according to the dwelling register.

Individual traits and morbidity in a Swedish rural population (tillsammans med Hans Larsson ) Familial interrelatedness in a Swedish rural population () Litteratur. Westling, Håkan ().

Erik Essen-Möller och lundapsykiatrin. Lund: Bild & Media. ISBN Referenser. estimating rural population change are illustrated here using Swedish data, which are suitable for this purpose given their high spatial resolution.

The data do not support the existence of any actual rural population growth in Sweden in the s, apart from the effects of urban spillover.

We also show that urban spillover varies geographically. The lowest data: is the lowest year for the indicator: Population: Rural (total). The result is: 1, Below you will find the last recordings for the indicator: Population: Rural (total). The analysed country is: Sweden. Sweden: Table - Population: Rural (total).

—: A prospective study of the incidence of mental disorder. A study based on 24, person years of the incidence of mental disorders in a Swedish population tegether with an evaluation of the aetiological significance of medical, social and personality factors.

Lund: Scandinavian Univ. Books by: 5. Population pyramid Population problems low birth rate high life expectancy too many old people too few children Why is this happening. low fertility rate women work for long due to low death rates and high life expectancy equaling in taxes increases Sweden Family policy of Sweden.

It is calculated as the difference between total population and urban population. Aggregation of urban and rural population may not add up to total population because of different country coverages.

Sweden rural population for was 1, a 1% decline from Sweden rural population for was 1, a % decline from Social change and health in Sweden years of politics and practice “Dirty Sweden” goes rural The birth of the welfare state The impressive improvements in health for the Swedish population during the last two and a half centuries can be ascribed to many.

A survey was made of studies reporting population prevalence rates for the different types of neurotic disorders in order to determine the utility of these rates for familial and genetic research. Rates varied considerably among studies both for all neuroses and for particular types of neuroses, even among studies using similar methods Cited by: Department of Social Work, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

Petra Ulmanen, Department of Social Work, Stockholm University, 91 Stockholm, Sweden. E‐mail: [email protected] Search for more papers by this authorCited by:   In the middle of the ’s there were abouttorps (small farms) in Sweden with roughlypeople living on them.

At that time there were about million people in Sweden, so about one seventh of the population was living on torps. Torps in mid- and southern Sweden were usually leased from a larger farm.

Supplementum: Familial Interrelatedness in a Swedish Rural Population pp. ; (Vol. 16) No. 4 pp. ; No. 3 pp. ; No. 2 pp. ; No. 1 pp. ; Supplementum: A Study of the Population Movement in Nine Swedish Subpopulations in from the Genetic-Statistical Viewpoint pp.

; We are a family (Erik, Liselott and our two children Idun 4 year, Astrid 2,5 year). We live on a small farm in the middle of Värmland in Sweden. It's a beautiful place with a stream close to he farm. We have sheep, chickens, rabbits and three cats on the farm. There is .Nation & Family The Swedish Experiment in Democratic Family & Population Policy (International Library of Psychology, Philosophy & Scientific Method) by Myrdal, Alva and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at