Volume 22, 1968

22.01 Blake, J
Are babies consumer durables?
  22, 1 (1968), 5-26
22.02 Day, LH
Natality and ethnocentrism. Some relationships suggested by an analysis of Catholic-Protestant differentials
  22, 1 (1968), 27-50
22.03 Chou, R-C and Brown, S
A comparison of the size of families of Roman-Catholics and non-Catholics in Great Britain
  22, 1 (1968), 51-60
22.04 Henry, L
The verification of data in historical demography
  22, 1 (1968), 61-82
22.05 Livi Bacci, M
Fertility and nuptiality changes in Spain from the late 18th to the early 20th century. Part 1
  22, 1 (1968), 83-102
22.06 Glass, DV
Fertility trends in Europe since the Second World War
22, 1 (1968), 103-146
22.07 Henin, RA
Fertility differentials in the Sudan
  22, 1 (1968), 147-164
22.08 Henry, L
Some comments on Ursula M. Cowgill's article 'Life and death in the Sixteenth Century in the City of York'
  22, 1 (1968), 165-169
22.09 Cowgill, UM
A reply to L Henry's comments on Cowgill's article
  22, 1 (1968), 170
22.10 Freedman, R and Adlakha, AL
Recent fertility declines in Hong Kong: the role of the changing age structure
  22, 2 (1968), 181-198
22.11 May, DA and Heer, DM
Son survivorship motivation and family size in India: a computer simulation
  22, 2 (1968), 199-210
22.12 Livi Bacci, M
Fertility and nuptiality changes in Spain from the late 18th to the early 20th century. Part 2
  22, 2 (1968), 211-234
22.13 Keyfitz, N
Changing vital rates and age distributions
  22, 2 (1968), 235-252
22.14 Wolfers, D
The determinants of birth intervals and their means
  22, 2 (1968), 253-262
22.15 Richmond, AH
Return migration from Canada to Britain
  22, 2 (1968), 263-272
22.16 Bharier, J
A note on the population of Iran, 1900-1966
22, 2 (1968), 273-280
22.17 James, WH
A note of correction with reference to parameters of the menstrual cycle and the efficiency of rhythm methods of contraception
  22, 2 (1968), 281-282
22.18 Knodel, J
Infant mortality and fertility in three Bavarian villages: an analysis of family histories from the 19th century
  22, 3 (1968), 297-318
22.19 Mazur, DP
Birth control and regional differentials in the Soviet Union
  22, 3 (1968), 319-334
22.20 Whitehead, L
Altitude, fertility and mortality in Andean countries
  22, 3 (1968), 335-346
22.21 Chow, LP
A study on the demographic impact of an IUD programme
  22, 3 (1968), 347-360
22.22 Caldwell, JC
Determinants of rural-urban migration in Ghana
  22, 3 (1968), 361-378
22.23 Frejka, T
Reflection on the demographic conditions needed to establish a US stationary population growth
  22, 3 (1968), 379-398
22.24 Glasser, JH. and Lachenbruch, PA
Observations on the relationship between frequency and timing of intercourse and the probability of conception
  22, 3 (1968), 399-408
22.25 James, WH
The mathematics of the menstrual cycle
  22, 3 (1968), 409-413
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