Are Rural Areas Holdouts in the Second Demographic Transition?

A central premise of the first demographic transition theory is that demographic change would occur more slowly in rural than urban areas. Shelley Clark examines trends among rural and urban families in Canada and the United States discussing current differences between rural and urban families.

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