Volume 10, 1956/7

10.01 Muhsam, HV
The fertility of polygamous marriages
  10, 1 (1956), 3-16
10.02 Stolnitz, GJ
A century of international mortality trends: II
  10, 1 (1956), 17-42
10.03 Kiser, CV, Mishler, EG, Westoff, CF and Potter, Jr, RG
Development of plans for a social psychological study of the future fertility of two-child families
  10, 1 (1956), 43-52
10.04 Ghosh, A
The trend of the birth rate in India, 1911-50
  10, 1 (1956), 53-68
10.05 Gutman, R
The birth statistics of Massachusetts during the nineteenth century
  10, 1 (1956), 69-94
10.06 Schneider, JRL
Local population projections in England and Wales
  10, 1 (1956), 95-114
10.07 Van Heek, F
Roman-Catholicism and fertility in the Netherlands
  10, 2 (1956), 125-138
10.08 Gillion, KL
The sources of Indian emigration to Fiji
  10, 2 (1956), 139-157
10.09 Cumpston, IM
A survey of Indian immigration to British tropical colonies to 1910
  10, 2 (1956), 158-165
10.10 Mansell Prothero, R
The population census of northern Nigeria 1952: problems and results
  10, 2 (1956), 166-183
10.11 Halevi, HS
Divorce in Israel
  10, 2 (1956), 184-192
10.12 Myburgh, CAL
Estimating the fertility and mortality of African populations from the total number of children ever born and the number of these still living
  10, 2 (1956), 193-206
10.13 Seers, D
A fertility survey in the Maltese Islands
  10, 3 (1957), 211-228
10.14 Borrie, WD, Firth, R and Spillius, J
The population of Tikopia, 1929 and 1952
  10, 3 (1957), 229-252
10.15 Eversley, DEC
A survey of population in an area of Worcestershire from 1660-1850 on the basis of parish records
  10, 3 (1957), 253-279
10.16 Hajnal, J
The scope of local authority health services for old people
  10, 3 (1957), 280-294
10.17 Caffin, SW
Increases in recent mortality rates at high ages
  10, 3 (1957), 295-297
10.18 Peacock, AT
Production functions and population theory. A review article
  10, 3 (1957), 298-305
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