Volume 15, 1961/62

15.01 Rowntree, G and Pierce, RM
Birth control in Britain. Part 1
  15, 1 (1961), 3-31
15.02 Amphlett Mickelwright, FH
The rise and decline of English Malthusianism
  15, 1 (1961), 32-51
15.03 Westoff, CF, Potter Jr, RG and Sagi, PC
Some estimates of the reliability of survey data on family planning
  15, 1 (1961), 52-69
15.04 Badenhorst, LT and Unterhalter, B
A study of fertility in an urban African community
  15, 1 (1961), 70-86
15.05 Balfour, MC
Family planning in Asia
  15, 2 (1961), 102-109
15.06 Agarwala, SN
A family planning survey in four Delhi villages
  15, 2 (1961), 110-120
15.07 Rowntree, G and Pierce, RM
Birth control in Britain. Part 2
  15, 2 (1961), 121-160
15.08 Freedman, R and Slesinger, DP
Fertility differentials for the indigenous non-farm population of the United States
  15, 2 (1961), 161-173
15.09 Walkden, AH
The estimation of future numbers of private households in England and Wales
  15, 2 (1961), 174-186
15.10 Matras, J
Differential fertility, intergenerational occupational mobility and change in the occupational distribution: some elementary interrelationships
  15, 2 (1961), 187-197
15.11 Youngson, A
Alexander Webster and his 'Account of the number of people in Scotland in the year 1755'
15, 2 (1961), 198-200
15.12 Appleyard, RT
The return movement of United Kingdom migrants from Australia
15, 3 (1962), 214-225
15.13 Lee, YL
The population of British Borneo
  15, 3 (1962), 226-243
15.14 Lessa, WA and Myers, GC
Population dynamics of an Atoll community
  15, 3 (1962), 244-257
15.15 Blacker, JGC
Population growth and differential fertility in Zanzibar protectorate
  15, 3 (1962), 258-266
15.16 Rele, JR
Some aspects of family and fertility in India
  15, 3 (1962), 267-278
15.17 Badenhorst, LT and Higgins, E
Fecundity of white women in Johannesburg
  15, 3 (1962), 279-290
15.18 Sagi, PC, Potter Jr, RG and Westoff, CF
Contraceptive effectiveness as a function of desired family size
  15, 3 (1962), 291-296
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