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Caldwell hypothesis
   see Fertility transition, Caldwell hypothesis

Cambodia
  
excess mortality, 1970-79, 52.04

Canada
   birth intervals 32.38, 47.16
   conjugal and parental careers of men 52.10
   family reconstitution 24.13, 49.10
   fertility in Ontario 06.08
   fertility in Quebec 36.24
   historical demography 44.14
   historical mortality 51.09
   longevity of Jewish population 02.10
   male sterilization 27.28
   migration (1960s) 33.07
   nuptiality trends 27.31
   population growth 04.02
   reproductivity of Jewish population 04.14
   return migration to UK 22.15
   social mobility
      migrants 18.04

Caribbean
   polygyny 24.11

Carr-Saunders, Sir Alexander (1886-1966)
   obituary 20.21

Catholic Church
   impact on family planning movement 42.16

Catholic fertility
   in Ireland 34.03, 49.15
   in the Netherlands 10.07
   in Quebec 36.24
   international 22.02

Catholicism
   attitudes towards family size 20.02, 22.03
   impact on fertility 46.25

Census
   1911 Census of England and Wales 43.15, 43.16
   1948 East African Census
      methods 03.16
   1951 Census of England and Wales
      sources of error 08.19, 48.05
   1952 Nigerian Census 10.10
   1959 Soviet Census 13.04, 14.02
   1963 Nigerian Census 25.22
   adequacy of statistics
      in underdeveloped countries 12.16
      to 1949 04.08
   attitudes to 06.10
   correction for age misstatement 37.24
   historical England 23.07
   in less developed countries 50.22
   occupation statistics 06.16
   post-enumeration checks 09.20, 13.17
   reconstruction of birth histories 42.22

Centenarian survivors 42.18, 45.14

Ceylon
   Buddhist factors in population growth 23.04
   fertility transition 26.26
   life tables 04.24
   mortality decline 21.13, 23.18, 28.12, 29.32, 29.33
   mortality from cholera 33.09
   population trends 09.16
   (see also Sri Lanka)

Childbearing
   age at completion of
      in Australia 18.17, 40.13
   effect on women's earnings 42.01
   effect on women's employment 36.01, 37.13
   timing patterns 35.21
   see also Birth intervals

Childlessness
   see Fertility analysis

Child care policy
  
in low fertility countries 52.03

Child mortality
   clustering
      in Brazil 51.19
      in Punjab 51.15
   death clustering in families 50.15
   excess mortality of girls 51.23, 52.18
   ethnic differentials 49.25
   from tetanus 34.20
   historical 34.14, 36.11, 44.14
      and breastfeeding 21.09
      decline in England 42.15, 43.06
      in Sweden 48.07
      patterns in Britain 30.19, 45.04, 47.10, 48.28, 49.17, 49.22
   impact on fertility 30.16, 30.17, 31.15, 32.09, 36.11, 39.18, 52.21
   in Bangladesh 26.07, 44.08, 50.04, 51.05, 52.21
   in Beirut 43.24
   in Ghana 36.16
   in Nepal 36.05
   in Punjab 51.15
   in Soviet Union 49.14
   in under-developed countries 35.05, 43.10
   interrelations with adult mortality 47.10
   interrelations with family economies 49.28
   methods of estimation 04.12, 06.06, 26.05, 36.05, 36.16, 43.24
      Brass's method/critiques 26.05, 29.07, 31.25, 36.26, 37.16, 34.09, 50.23
      child survivorship 29.07, 32.23, 35.05, 34.08
      preceding birth technique 44.16
   misreporting 49.14
   perinatal mortality
      and birth intervals 43.23
   sex differentials
      health care 43.10
   stillbirth
      in historical England 51.13
   twins 47.26

Child mortality determinants
   education 43.24, 45.10, 45.13, 49.01
   from retrospective surveys 46.08
   hazard models 37.22
   in Bangladesh 51.05
   in Bolivia 48.27
   in Brazil 38.06
   in Costa Rica 36.03
   in historical Bavaria 22.18
   in historical Britain 45.04
   in historical China 48.21
   in India 39.23
   in Jamaica 04.03
   in Java 38.13
   in Malaysia 37.20, 49.25
   in Pakistan 38.23
   in Punjab 44.23
   in Senegal 49.24
   in under-developed countries 36.25, 37.22
   sex differentials 45.10
   social class differentials
      in England 05.04, 49.17
   socioeconomic
      cross-national 38.11

Child mortality levels and trends
   in Africa 15.04
   in Haiti 45.12

Children
   infectious diseases 44.10

Children, costs and utility of
   historical 35.01
   in Bangladesh 34.29, 47.18, 47.19
   in Britain 44.03
      effect on tax position 03.11
      in 1948 04.13
      pre-war 03.05
   in India 33.30, 34.28, 36.04, 38.30, 38.31
   in Taiwan 26.22
   in Third World 47.04
   theory of
      birth control attitudes 39.15, 41.01
      economic theories 22.01, 23.05, 23.11, 24.29, 24.09, 25.12, 25.13, 26.12, 27.04, 28.21, 28.30, 29.25, 41.15, 46.25, 47.18, 47.19, 49.28
      relationship with economic status 28.27
      relationship with landholding 40.19, 40.20
      relationship with wealth 46.03
      risk insurance 40.17, 40.18

Chile
   population growth 09.18

China
   age at leaving home 48.04
   changing demographic characteristics 42.08
   changing kinship structure 49.08
   'Chinese Malthus' 13.15
   ethnic differentials in fertility 49.12
   family planning programmes 24.10
   fertility regulation 24.19, 26.14
   fertility transition 38.21, 38.22
   fertility trends 42.02, 44.17, 48.20, 50.02
   historical 46.02, 48.21, 48.22, 49.21
   historical mortality 51.10
   household headship 51.07
   One Per Thousand Survey 1982 42.02
   migration 51.07
   mortality transition 27.36
   population change 20.08
   population data 01.16, 01.17, 05.07, 13.14
   population policy 16.04, 18.01, 18.15, 33.08
   population statistics 32.28
   population trends 32.28
      historical 01.17, 13.14
   progression to second birth 51.18
   sample surveys 02.20, 50.02
   sex ratios 49.12, 51.18
   sterilisation 18.15

Chinese women
   in Taiwan
      reproductive histories 12.03

Christianity
   attitudes to fertility regulation 14.07

Civil registration, see Vital registration

Cohabitation, see Marriage

Cohort analysis 12.02, 23.24, 35.18, 44.15, 49.09
   see also Divorce, cohort analysis; Life cycle analysis; Fertility analysis, cohort fertility; Marriage levels and trends, cohort patterns

Cohort parity analysis 44.20

Coital frequency 18.10, 21.02, 22.24, 25.24, 32.13, 34.25
   see also Fecundability, mathematical models

Conception
   and coital frequency 21.02, 22.24, 32.13
   and menstrual cycle 23.27, 25.24, 32.13
   mathematical models 18.06, 18.07

Consumption patterns
   stationary populations 26.13

Contraception/contraceptive acceptance
   see Fertility regulation

Contraceptive confidence idea 42.09

Contraceptives
   manufacture of 17.08

Co-residence
   in Japan 45.16

Costa Rica
   child mortality 36.03, 39.18
   fertility transition 32.27, 36.02
   marital dissolution
      reproductive time lost 27.29

Courtship
   in Thailand 42.17

Cuba
   mortality transition 35.23

Czechoslovakia
   fertility transition 44.05
   population policy 16.11, 30.08

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