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The censuses The goals of the ten-yearly censuses were to check the information in the population registers and to collect statistical information on the size and composition of the population. Soon, they were combined with other censuses, on respectively occupations (from 1849 onward) and housing (from 1899 onwards). Although the original census forms were not preserved, most of the information on individuals and families can be found in the population registers. The population censuses were primarily concerned with the demographic structure of municipalities and provinces.
It also preached about the purpose of sexuality and marriage and about the division of tasks between man and woman. Nevertheless, Catholic women harbored antinatalist thoughts and wishes that helped them to legitimate changing their fertility even before the 1960s. In a body of interviews to be explored below, we see evidence that Dutch women’s attitudes toward unrestricted fertility were in fact mixed: as among the Taiwanese, private uncertainty preceded public action. Infanticide, abortion, and contraception At the start of the demographic transition when fertility was still high, children still served a useful economic purpose in both the Netherlands and Taiwan.
De Vries and Van der Woude, The First Modern Economy; Hill Gates, China’s Motor. 55 56 After sketching the fertility transition in Taiwan and among Dutch Catholics, we explore three areas of experience where antinatalist attitudes may have been especially salient: courtship patterns that conduce to a comfortable and open sexual relationship between the couple; availability and use of preventive methods of family limitation; and authoritative pronatalist influences coming from outside the couple relationship.