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Post-War Trends in Maori Population Growth
D. I. Pool
Vol. 21, No. 2 (Sep., 1967), pp. 87-98
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2172713
Page Count: 12
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Recent levels and trends of mortality and fertility of the minority Maori population of New Zealand are analysed. On this basis two projections for the year 1976 are presented, the first assuming a further rise in life expectation, which has already increased rapidly over the last two decades; and the other that both mortality and the consistently high fertility levels will be reduced. The conclusion is that, regardless of which projection one accepts, growth will be rapid (an increase of 60% to 70% in the period 1961-76), although the age distribution will be different at the youngest ages. Unless fertility is reduced, as in Projection 2, the dependency burden of Maori family heads will be extremely heavy.
Population Studies © 1967 Population Investigation Committee