Volume 19, 1965/6

19.01 Van de Walle, E
An approach to the study of fertility in Nigeria
  19, 1 (1965), 5-16
19.02 Price, CA
Some problems of international migration statistics - an Australian case study
  19, 1 (1965), 17-27
19.03 Yaukey, D, Roberts, BJ and Griffiths, W
Husbands' vs. wives' responses to a fertility survey
  19, 1 (1965), 29-43
19.04 James, WH
Parameters of the menstrual cycle
  19, 1 (1965), 45-64
19.05 Sheps, MC
An analysis of reproductive patterns in an American isolate
  19, 1 (1965), 65-80
19.06 Potter, Jr, RG, Gordon, JE, Parker, MP and Wyon, JB
A case study of birth interval dynamics
  19, 1 (1965), 81-96
19.07 Stolnitz, GJ
Recent mortality trends in Latin America, Asia and Africa
  19, 2 (1965), 117-138
19.08 Levine, AL
Economic science and population theory
  19, 2 (1965), 139-154
19.09 Chow, LP
A programme to control fertility in Taiwan
  19, 2 (1965), 155-166
19.10 Matras, J
Social strategies of family formation: data for British female cohorts born 1831-1906
  19, 2 (1965), 167-181
19.11 Caldwell, JC
Extended family obligations and education: a study of an aspect of demographic transition amongst Ghanaian university students
  19, 2 (1965), 183-199
19.12 Glass, DV
Family planning programmes and action in western Europe
  19, 3 (1966), 221-238
19.13 Friedlander, D and Roshier, RJ
A study of internal migration in England and Wales, part 1: geographical patterns of internal migration 1851-1951
  19, 3 (1966), 239-279
19.14 Keyfitz, N
Finite approximations in demography
  19, 3 (1966), 281-295
19.15 Ridley, JC and Sheps, MC
An analytic simulation model of human reproduction with demographic and biological components
  19, 3 (1966), 297-310
19.16 Swee-Hock, S
A problem of estimating a contingency table arising in demographic analysis
  19, 3 (1966), 311-315
19.17 Freeberne, M
Changing population characteristics in Tibet, 1959-1965
  19, 3 (1966), 317-320
19.18 Huntington, GE and Hostetler, JA
A note on nursing practices in an American isolate with a high birth rate
  19, 3 (1966), 321-324
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