Volume 54, 2000

54.01 Kravdal, Ø
Social inequalities in cancer survival
  54, 1 (2000), 1-18
54.02 Basu, AM
Gender in population research: Confusing implications for health policy
  54, 1 (2000), 19-28
54.03 Bumpass, L and Lu, HH 
Trends in cohabitation and implications for children's family contexts in the United States
  54, 1 (2001), 29-41
54.04 Murphy, M
The evolution of cohabitation of Britain, 1960-95
  54, 1 (2000), 43-56
54.05 Zhang, W
Dynamics of marriage change in Chinese rural society in transition: A study of a northern Chinese village
  54, 1 (2000), 57-69
54.06 Scott, S and Duncan, CJ
Interacting effects of nutrition and social class differentials on fertility and infant mortality in a pre-industrial population
  54, 1 (2000), 71-87
54.07 Knodel, J, Friedman, J, Anh TS and  Cuong
BT Intergenerational exchanges in Vietnamese: Family size, sex composition, and the location of children
  54, 1 (2000), 89-104
54.08 Kaufman, CE
Reproductive control in apartheid South Africa
  54, 1 (2000), 105-114
54.09 Brass, W
(1921-1999) Obituary
  54, 2 (200), 129-131
54.10 Reher, DS and Sanz-Gimeno, A 
Mortality and economic development over the course of modernization: An analysis of short-run fluctuations in Spain, 1850-1990
  54, 2 (2000), 135-152
54.11 Notkola, V, Timæus, IM and Siiskonen, H
Mortality transition in the Ovamboland region of Namibia, 1930-1990
  54, 2 (2000), 153-167
54.12 Doblhammer, G
Reproductive history and mortality later in life: A comparative study of England and Wales and Austria
  54, 2 (2000), 169-176
54.13 Hinde, A and Mturi, AJ
Recent trends in Tanzanian fertility
  54, 2 (2000), 177-191
54.14 Grundy, E
Co-residence of mid-life children with their elderly parents in England and Wales: Changes between 1981 and 1991
  54, 2 (2000), 193-206
54.15 Rees, P, Bell, M, Duke-Williams, O and Blake, M
Problems and solutions in the measurement of migration intensities: Australia and New Zealand
  54, 2 (2000), 207-222
54.16 Kohler, H-P
Social interactions and fluctuations in birth rates
  54, 2 (2000), 223-237
54.17 Hampshire, K and Randall, S
Pastoralists, agropastoralists and migrants: Interactions between fertility and mobility in northern Burkina
  54, 3 (200), 247-261
54.18 Bengtsson, T and Lindstrom, M
Childhood misery and disease in later life: The effects on  mortality in old age of hazards experienced in early life, southern Sweden 1760-1894
  54, 3 (2000), 263-277
54.19 Short, SE, Linmao, M and Wentao, Y
Birth planning and sterilization in China
  54, 3 (2000), 279-291
54.20 Davies, H, Joshi, H and Peronaci, R
Forgone income and motherhood: What do recent British data tell us
  54, 3 (2000), 293-305
54.21 De Jong, GF
Expectations, gender, and norms in migration decision-making
  54, 3 (2000), 307-319
54.22 Van de Walle, E
'Marvellous Secrets': Birth control in European short fiction, 1150-1650
  54.3 (2000), 321-330
54.23 Khawaja, M
The recent rise in Palestinian fertility: Permanent or transient
  54.3 (2000), 331-346
54.24 Ortega Osona, JA and Kohler, H-P
A comment on "Recent European fertility patterns: Fitting curves to 'distorted' distributions" by Chandola, T, Coleman, DA and Hiorns, RW
  54.3 (2000), 347-349
54.25 Chandola, T, Coleman, DA and Hiorns, RW
A reply to J. Antonio Ortega Osona and H-P. Kohler
  54.3 (2000), 351
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