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Age effects do not contribute to population change if the age distribution stays constant, but they do contribute to intracohort change, adding to that caused by period influences. Thus, in this hypothetical case, intracohort change will be more than enough to account for total population change. If Firebaugh’s or any similar methods are applied, they will show a substantial negative contribution of cohort succession to population change, even though, in fact, cohort succession had no effect. An additional problem is that cohort succession can contribute little to overall population change in a short period of time, whereas if the time is long enough, any decomposition method will attribute all of the change to cohort succession.
Furthermore, it is possible that the oldest cohort changed less than the younger ones only because of ceiling effects, that is, because persons in that cohort were at such a high level of restrictiveness that the measure used was not very sensitive to further movement in a restrictive direction. When a dichotomous measure of a continuous variable is used, as when the responses to the sexual permissive-restrictive questions are collapsed into “always wrong” versus all other responses, it is useful to do a logit transformation of the percentages to “correct” the data for ceiling and floor effects.
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