Volume 21, 1967

21.01 Caldwell, JC
Fertility differentials as evidence of incipient fertility decline in a developing country. The case of Ghana
  21, 1 (1967), 5-22
21.02 Lachenbruch, PA
Frequency and timing of intercourse: its relation to the probability of conception
  21, 1 (1967), 23-32
21.03 Mazur, DP
Reconstruction of fertility trends for the female population of the USSR
  21, 1 (1967), 33-52
21.04 Cowgill, UM
Life and death in the sixteenth century in the City of York
  21, 1 (1967), 53-62
21.05 Srinivasan, K
A probability model applicable to the study of inter-live birth intervals and random segments of the same
  21, 1 (1967), 63-70
21.06 Heer, DM
Fertility differences in Andean countries: a reply to W. H. James
  21, 1 (1967), 71-73
21.07 Pool, DI
Post-war trends in Maori population growth
  21, 2 (1967), 87-98
21.08 Lloyd, PJ
American, German and British antecedents to Pearl and Reed's logistic curve
  21, 2 (1967), 99-108
21.09 Knodel, J and Van de Walle, E
Breast feeding, fertility and infant mortality: an analysis of some early German data
  21, 2 (1967), 109-131
21.10 Jones, LW
The decline and recovery of the Murut tribe of Sabah
  21, 2 (1967), 133-157
21.11 Blake, J
Reproductive ideals and educational attainment among white Americans, 1943-1960
  21, 2 (1967), 159-174
21.12 Blake, J
Income and reproductive motivation
  21, 3 (1967), 185-206
21.13 Meegama, SA
Malaria eradication and its effect on mortality levels
  21, 3 (1967), 207-237
21.14 Oppenheimer, VK
The interaction of demand and supply and its effect on the female labour force in the United States
  21, 3 (1967), 239-260
21.15 Tranter, NL
Population and social structure in a Bedfordshire parish: the Cardington listing of inhabitants, 1782
  21, 3 (1967), 261-282
21.16 Zarate, AO
Some factors associated with urban-rural fertility differentials in Mexico
21, 3 (1967), 283-294
21.17 Paul, J
Population 'quality' and 'fitness for parenthood' in the light of state eugenic sterilization experiences, 1907-66
  21, 3 (1967), 295-300
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