Volume 11, 1957/8

11.01 Hollingsworth, TH
A demographic study of the British ducal families
  11, 1 (1957), 4-26
11.02 Duncan, OD
The measurement of population distribution
  11, 1 (1957), 27-45
11.03 Blacker, JGC
Social ambitions of the bourgeoisie in Eighteenth Century France, and their relation to family limitation
  11, 1 (1957), 46-63
11.04 Johansen, L
Death rates, age distribution and average income in stationary populations
  11, 1 (1957), 64-77
11.05 Scott, W
The fertility of teachers in England and Wales
  11, 1 (1957), 78-85
11.06 Brown, LB
Applicants for assisted migration from the United Kingdom to New Zealand
  11, 1 (1957), 86-91
11.07 Coale, AJ
A new method for calculating Lotka's r - the intrinsic rate of growth in a stable population
  11, 1 (1957), 92-94
11.08 Brookfield, HC
Mauritius: demographic upsurge and prospect
  11, 2 (1957), 102-122
11.09 Hoselitz, BF
Population pressure, industrialization and social mobility
  11, 2 (1957), 123-135
11.10 Stys, W
The influence of economic conditions on the fertility of peasant women
  11, 2 (1957), 136-148
11.11 Hutchinson, B
Some evidence related to matrimonial selection and immigrant assimilation in Brazil
  11, 2 (1957), 149-156
11.12 Sinha, J. N. Differential fertility and family limitation in an urban community of Uttar Pradesh
  11, 2 (1957), 157-169
11.13 Tietze, C and Martin, CE
Foetal deaths, spontaneous and induced, in the urban white population of the United States
  11, 2 (1957), 170-176
11.14 Rowntree, G and Carrier, NH
The resort to divorce in England and Wales, 1858-1957
  11, 3 (1958), 188-233
11.15 Quensel, CTE
The inter-relations of marital status, fertility, family size and intelligence test scores
  11, 3 (1958), 234-250
11.16 Scott, W
Fertility and social mobility among teachers
  11, 3 (1958), 251-261
11.17 Benjamin, B
Inter-generation differences in occupation
  11, 3 (1958), 262-268
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