Revista Novedades en Población

The mission of the Journal is to inform the scientific community and all interested parties about the main results of the latest research, related to the field of demography and population studies. This publication occupies an important place in the communication and training activity on population and development issues in the demographic scenario of Cuba, the Caribbean and Latin America. It presents a high level of relevance and is also a great contribution to knowledge in the area of population studies. The general content is related to demography and population studies, emphasizing the relationship Population - development and the fundamental demographic variables: fertility, mortality and migration. Specific themes: Family, Aging, Demographic trends, Population and employment, external migrations, internal migration, demographic transition, population and health status, sexual and reproductive health, determinants of fertility, population and environment, spatial distribution of the population, population and education, population education, historical demography, population dynamics and other issues related to the population and its development. It is aimed at a scientific audience and all those interested who, due to their pre or postgraduate training, require the knowledge and research results to which the journal responds. It has a national and international scope, since it is addressed to the Cuban scientific community, Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as other researchers and professors from other latitudes interested in the subject.

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