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Pakistan
   1953 Fertility Survey 19.03
   child mortality 38.23
      impact on fertility 30.15
   demographic estimates 36.15

Pakistan Fertility Survey 1975 38.23

Palestine
   census enumeration 01.15
   Jewish fertility 06.15
   nomadic fertility 04.18
   population growth 02.02
   vital registration 02.02, 02.03

Panama
   fertility and mortality estimates 34.34

Papua New Guinea 33.20

Parity progression measures
   see Birth interval measures

Peasant fertility
   in Poland 11.10

Peasant populations
   in Middle East 03.08

Peru
   ethnic differentials in fertility 16.18, 23.01

Philippines
   birth intervals 42.12
   concealment of death 30.18
   ethnic attitudes to family planning
   programmes 29.04
   historical 36.14
   migration 42.23

Plague
   historical epidemics 25.11, 41.19

Poland
   abortion 29.02
   historical 06.14
   peasant fertility 11.10
   rural-urban fertility levels 29.27
   sample census, 1949 04.05

Politicization
  
of fertility 51.01

Polygamy/polygyny
   fertility 10.01
   impact of population growth 34.07
   in Caribbean 24.11
   in sub-Saharan Africa 52.09
   interrelations with fertility 40.04, 43.13, 43.14
   levels and trends
      historical 30.28
      in Arab countries 40.03
      in Peruvian Amazon 46.04

Population change
   effect of past changes 49.09
   in Africa 05.02
   in Bali 37.03
   in Borneo 13.16, 15.13, 21.10
   in China 20.08
   in Cocos-Keeling Island 14.06
   in Estonia 1935-70 26.04
   in Fiji 12.13
   in historical Europe
      interrelations with epidemics 03.01, 39.17
      interrelations with prices 42.13
   in historical New Zealand 27.08
   in historical Philippines 36.14
   in India 1881-1961 25.29
   in Iran 1900-1966 22.16
   in Ireland 49.15
   in Malaysia 40.05
   in Mali 49.07
   in Tibet 1959-65 19.17
   in Tikopia, 1929 and 1952 10.14
   in Tristan da Cunha 25.33
   in western world 37.01

Population density
   and metropolitan growth 08.08

Population distribution
   measurement of 11.02

Population Establishment
   philosophy of 45.20

Population estimates
   confidence intervals 08.10, 08.11, 08.12
   three consecutive enumerations 13.17
   see also Indirect estimation
   small areas of Britain 52.20

Population forecasting 34.16
   and demographic models 50.24

Population growth
   and dependency rate 27.25
   and development 50.19
   and environment 50.19
   and poverty 50.09
   Buddhist factors 23.04
   determinants
      attitudes 27.26
      in historical England 26.21, 28.01
      in Soviet Union 31.10
   governmental attitudes 30.05
   in Australia 13.01
   in Brazil 08.09
   in Canada 04.02
   in Chile 09.18
   in contracepting populations 27.23
   in Ghana 22.22
   in historical Java 24.05
   in Micronesia 15.14
   in Middle East 03.08
   in Nepal 25.08
   in New Zealand 21.07
   in South Africa 04.01
   in Zanzibar 15.15

Population growth rates
   theory 11.07, 40.21, 42.24, 42.25

Population levels and trends
   in Asia 10.18
   in Bangladesh 30.02
   in British Guiana 02.06
   in Ceylon 09.16
   in Haiti 33.36
   in history 01.19
   in Ireland 09.15, 17.06
   in Libya 03.04
   in Soviet Union 14.02
   in Zambia 49.06

Population models, 50.24
   demographic feedback models 45.07
   family models 42.08
   Lotka's model/critiques 32.25, 34.37
   non-linear models 30.14
   Page's model of marital fertility 42.11
   stationary population by family units 04.20
   stationary population growth in US 22.23
   to estimate housing needs 04.21

Population policy
   and economics 24.30
   in Asia 30.21
   in Belgium 08.13
   in Ceylon 09.16
   in China 16.04, 18.01, 18.15, 33.08, 38.21, 38.22, 44.17
   in Czechoslovakia 16.11, 30.08
   in Denmark 06.11
   in eastern Europe 16.10, 28.22
   in France 06.01, 07.14, 08.04
   in Japan 13.11
   in Sweden 02.01, 02.05
   in United Kingdom 24.30
   in western Europe 28.11
   indexes 18.13
   international aspects 25.14, 44.18

Population projections
   constitency problems 46.10
   local 10.06
   methods 37.05
      development 03.22
      estimation of intercensal mortality 38.28
      Generalised Inverse Projection 47.12
      in rapidly growing populations 19.14
      inverse and back projection 39.14, 40.16, 47.12
   of birth rates
      three-parameter models 27.30
   of Latin America 1965-85 25.15
   of marital status 12.09

Population statistics
   in China 32.28
   see also Vital registration; Censuses

Population structure
   impact of HIV epidemic 48.24
   Singapore 17.07

Population theorists
   early theorists 47.28
      18th century French 05.01
      18th century Swedish 13.07
      19th century American 20.20
      19th century English 15.02, 30.01
      Adam Smith 24.23
      Alexander Webster 15.11
      Graunt 42.06
      Hung Liang-Chi 13.15
      Malthus 30.01, 33.22, 39.20, 41.13
      Otto Diederich Lutken 47.27
      Sussmilch 41.02
   Keynes 08.16, 19.08
   Marshall 08.18, 09.03
   theories of probability 47.28

Population theory
   and anthropology 27.03
   economic theories 06.07, 07.12, 10.18, 19.08, 22.01, 23.11, 23.28, 24.09, 24.16, 24.30, 25.03, 25.12, 25.13, 26.11, 25.19, 29.01, 30.25, 30.26, 31.01, 31.03, 33.03, 33.33, 47.23, 51.06, 51.22
   low-level equilibrium trap 34.27
   Marxian-Malthusian theories 25.02, 50.09
   migration
      as means of population control 25.05
      models 25.10
   momentum 52.17
   mortality declines and birth rates 16.17
   optimum population theory 03.06, 08.16
   semi-stable populations 25.18
   stable population theory 37.05, 38.07, 50.24
      adjustment for fertility decline 31.30
      adjustment for mortality decline 30.11
      age-specific transition rates 42.10
      immigration and fertility 46.15
      intrinsic growth rates 11.07, 40.21
      Lotka's model/critiques 11.07, 32.25, 34.37
      nuptiality 01.18
      reproduction rates 01.13
   stationary population theory
      average incomes 11.04
      consumer demand 32.10
      consumption patterns 26.13
      individual mobility 27.21
      US models 22.23
   steady-state growth 37.01
   see also Fertility transition, theory of;
   Family formation, theory

Post-partum amenorrhoea 34.10, 35.04 39.10, 39.11, 41.07
   American anabaptists 19.05
   and contraceptive overlap 25.37
   in Bangladesh 32.18, 41.21
   in Guatemala 52.14
   methodology 35.25
   see also Breastfeeding

Preceding birth technique 44.16

Pregnancy rates
   relationship with birth rates 16.03

Premarital childbearing
  
see illegitmacy/bridal pregnancy

Prices
   relationship with demographic rates 42.13

Princeton Fertility Study 35.06, 35.07

Proximate fertility determinants
   see Fertility deteminants, intermediate variables

Prussia
   fertility decline 48.08

Public health
   19th century Britain 17.14, 17.16
   20th century Britain 17.15
   in developing countries
      requirements 17.20
      rural-urban differentials 17.19
   projections 17.18

Puerto Rica
   fertility levels 04.19, 05.08
   migration and fertility 20.06
   sterilization 23.20

Punjab
  
child mortality
      clustering 51.15

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