Volume 16, 1962/3

16.01 Koya, Y
Lessons from contraceptive failure
  16, 1 (1962), 4-11
16.02 Lafitte, F
The users of birth control clinics
  16, 1 (1962), 12-30
16.03 Tietze, C
Pregnancy rates and birth rates
  16, 1 (1962), 31-37
16.04 Aird, JS
Population policy in mainland China
  16, 1 (1962), 38-57
16.05 Price, CA and Zubrzycki, J
The use of intermarriage statistics as an index of assimilation
  16, 1 (1962), 58-69
16.06 Higgins, E
Some fertility attitudes among white women in Johannesburg
  16, 1 (1962), 70-78
16.07 Blau, PM
Inferring mobility trends from a single study
  16, 1 (1962), 79-85
16.08 McKeown, TR and Record, RG
Reasons for the decline of mortality in England and Wales during the Nineteenth Century
  16, 2 (1962), 94-122
16.09 Price, CA and Zubrzycki, J
Immigrant marriage patterns in Australia
  16, 2 (1962), 123-133
16.10 Brackett, JW and Huyck, EE
The objectives of government policies on fertility control in Eastern Europe
  16, 2 (1962), 134-146
16.11 Srb, V
Population development and population policy in Czechoslovakia
  16, 2 (1962), 147-159
16.12 Potter Jr, RG, Sagi, PC and Westoff, CF
Improvement of contraception during the course of marriage
  16, 2 (1962), 160-174
16.13 Kilpatrick, SJ
Occupational mortality indices
  16, 2 (1962), 175-187
16.14 Wolfenden, HH
On the theoretical and practical considerations underlying the direct and indirect standardization of death rates
  16, 2 (1962), 188-190
16.15 Stewart, CM
Family allowances statistics in Great Britain
  16, 3 (1963), 210-218
16.16 Freedman, R, Peng, JY, Takeshita, Y and Sun, TH
Fertility trends in Taiwan: tradition and change
  16, 3 (1963), 219-236
16.17 Basavarajappa, KG
Effect of declines in mortality on the birth rate and related measures
  16, 3 (1963), 237-256
16.18 Mayone Stycos, J
Culture and differential fertility in Peru
  16, 3 (1963), 257-270
16.19 Leasure, JW
Factors involved in the decline of fertility in Spain 1900-1950
  16, 3 (1963), 271-285
16.20 Badenhorst, LT
Family limitation and methods of contraception in an urban population
  16, 3 (1963), 286-301
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