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For 1911 the Registrar-General used eight classes in all, textile workers, miners and agricultural labourers being dealt with separately. These three occupations have, for this study, been grouped as shown, so that the figures for all three periods cover the total population. What may be deduced from Tables V and VI and what the result of comparing them with Tables II, III and IV? We suggest that the same conclusions are reached and that they provide a useful check on our earlier results. That is to say, both tables show that there has been no is diminution in social class inequalities indeed, they more than III and IV that Tables II, forcibly suggest these inequalities have increased.
1939, 1, 862. , CHAPTER VI SUMMARY OF STATISTICAL CONCLUSIONS As we have now covered most of the statistical material social class mortality, we may, as a preface to discus- on sion, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. summarise the major findings Despite a considerable fall in the absolute rates, the range of inequality for total infant mortality is as great as, if not greater than, in 1911. The inequality gradient in respect of neo-natal mortality alone does not appear to have changed " A ") showed that since 1911.
For the intervening period (1921-3) the data relating to the last two three-monthly periods are not accessible, having been amalgamated in the official statistics into one age group of 6-12 months. Bearing in mind all that has been said about the defects inherent in the classification in use during 1911, we may out the death rates for the three censal periods (see set Table VIII). TABLE VIII Infant Mortality by Social Class and Age Based on Table II Deaths from All Causes per 1,000 legitimate live births 9-12 mos.
Birth, poverty and wealth; a study of infant mortality by Richard M. Titmuss