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Sample surveys
   age estimation 24.07
   estimation of population size 06.03
   in Africa 02.13, 03.13
   in Canada 02.19
   in less developed countries 50.22
   in Malta 10.13
   in Poland 04.05
   in Sudan 04.11
   methods
      in China 02.20
   problems
      in undeveloped countries 03.07
   Sample Registration Project
      India 23.22

Sauvy, Alfred (1898-1990)
   obituary 45.19

Scotland
   demographic transition 47.01, 47.17
   population, 1755 15.11
   urban-rural mortality differentials 17.17

Seasonality
   of births
      determinants 50.11
      in Bangladesh 40.28
      in Nepal 50.11
      in Soviet Union 42.14
   of deaths
      in historical London 42.03
   of vital rates
      in historical Europe 42.13

Senegal
   breastfeeding, fertility and mortality 25.36
   migration 52.06
   mortality trends 39.22
   polygyny 43.13

Sex ratio
   in China 49.12, 51.18
   in historical England and colonies 28.09
   in Ireland 24.14

Sexual networking
   in Africa 46.20

Sierra Leone
   ethnic fertility differentials 27.33, 29.12
   fertility determinants 33.34
   vital registration 02.16

Singapore
   age misreporting 13.12
   fertility transition 32.08
   population structure 17.07

Smallpox
   epidemics in historical Europe 39.17, 43.05
   in Sweden 50.14

Smoking
   age-specific transition rates 42.10

Social conditions
   effect on mortality 01.12

Social mobility
   among teachers 11.16
   and fertility 05.16, 35.06, 35.07, 35.08
   in Asia 11.09
   in Brazil 12.07, 14.10
   in Canada 18.04
   in Israel 17.12
   measurement of 09.07, 09.08, 16.07
   theory of 09.05, 09.06, 14.09, 15.10, 27.37, 32.24

Son preference 22.11, 33.40, 44.01, 45.28, 45.29
   and excess female mortality 52.18
   in Korea 52.19

South Africa
   attitudes to fertility 16.06
   contraceptive practice 16.20
   fecundity 15.17
   fertility differentials 06.09
   historical 29.17
   population growth 04.01

South America
   altitude and fertility 20.07, 21.06, 22.20
   fertility differentials 18.05

Soviet Union/Russia
   1959 census 13.04, 14.01, 14.02
   child mortality differentials 49.14
   ethnic/religious differentials in female status 31.10
   expectation of life 23.14, 26.19, 26.20
   fertility differentials 27.07
   fertility regulation 22.19
   fertility transition 24.03, 24.18
   fertility trends 21.03
   historical 30.12
   longevity 45.14
   mortality
      sex differentials 40.11
      trends 39.06, 43.11, 43.12
   population change 26.04
   population levels and trends 14.02
   seasonality of births 42.14

Spain
   age at marriage 37.12
   fertility transition 16.19
   historical 22.05, 22.12
   marital fertility 43.20

Sri Lanka
   fertility trends 35.16
   marriage trends 29.14

Stable population theory
   see Population theory

Standardized rates
   death rates 02.22, 16.14

Stationary population theory
   see Population theory

Sterility
   determinants in Africa 49.19
   historical age patterns 39.16
   in an Atoll community 15.14
   in Tanzania 51.17
   in Zanzibar 15.15
   levels and trends in Africa 48.25

Sterilization
   in Britain 25.26, 32.36
   in Canada 27.28
   in China 18.15
   in India 17.10, 46.11
   in Puerto Rica 23.20
   in USA 41.16
   satisfaction with 42.19
   state programmes 21.17

Stillbirth
   in historical England 52.13

Sudan
   famine mortality 43.01
   fertility differentials 22.07, 23.12
   sample census 04.11

Sussmilch, Johann Peter 41.02

Swaziland
   fertility determinants 46.01

Sweden
   age at leaving home 48.04
   decomposition of growth rates 49.09
   demographic variables and intelligence 11.15
   divorce 51.02
   economic independence and union formation 52.16
   family size and education level 04.06
   fertility and economic status 26.10
   fertility patterns 43.03
   historical 04.22, 13.07, 24.25, 48.07, 49.09
      smallpox 50.14
   natural fertility 12.08
   population policy 02.01, 02.05

Switzerland
   historical 29.29

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