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Analysis of Demographic Features of Middle Croatian Towns

Nenad POKOS ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

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str. 45-70

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ln this paper the author presents the basic demographic
features of 54 middle Croatian towns divided into three
groups; "bigger", "middle" and "smaller" middle towns. All the
groups mentioned and each town itself have been separately
analysed in the same way. Census trends and a type of
general population trend in the period from 1981 to 1991
has been presented, its natural trend (1981-1996), as well
as the basic population characteristics in these towns according to education, activiiy and sector of work. Apart
from the fact that the analysed features of certain towns in
each group indicate substantial differences, the results
obtained also differ among the basic groups of middle
towns. Thus, the "middle" group of towns stands out with
relatively more satisfactory demographic features than the
other two town groups. Namely, in "bigger" and "smaller"
middle towns the average population growth was lower,
natural growth lesser, the difference between those who
settled and moved away smaller, the age structure older and
the relative relationship between sexes more uneven.

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