Volume 25, 1971

25.01 Hair, PEH
Deaths from violence in Britain: a tentative secular survey
  25, 1 (1971), 5-24
25.02 Daly, HE
A Marxian-Malthusian view of poverty and development
  25, 1 (1971), 25-37
25.03 Basavarajappa, KG
The influence of fluctuations in economic conditions on fertility and marriage rates, Australia 1920-21 to 1937-38 and 1946-47 to 1966-67
  25, 1 (1971), 39-53
25.04 Iutaka, S, Bock, EW and Varnes, WG
Factors affecting fertility of natives and migrants in urban Brazil
  25, 1 (1971), 55-62
25.05 Keyfitz, N
Migration as a means of population control
  25, 1 (1971), 63-72
25.06 Wells, RV
Family size and fertility control in Eighteenth Century America: a study of Quaker families
  25, 1 (1971), 73-82
25.07 Post, JB
Ages at menarche and menopause: some mediaeval authorities
  25, 1 (1971), 83-87
25.08 Krotki, KJ and Thakur, HN
Estimates of population size and growth from the 1952-54 and 1961 censuses of the Kingdom of Nepal
  25, 1 (1971), 89-103
25.09 Hastings, DW
Child-spacing differentials for white and non-white couples according to educational level of attainment for the 1/1,000 sample of the United States population in 1960
  25, 1 (1971), 105-116
25.10 Speare Jr, A
A cost-benefit model of rural to urban migration in Taiwan
  25, 1 (1971), 117-130
25.11 Hollingsworth, M and TH
Plague mortality rates by age and size in the parish of St Botolph's Without, Bishopsgate, London 1603
  25, 1 (1971), 131-146
25.12 Enke, S
These alleged pitfalls
  25, 1 (1971), 147
25.13 Leibenstein, H
A final remark on pitfalls
  25, 1 (1971), 148
25.14 Berelson, B
Population policy: personal notes
  25, 2 (1971), 173-182
25.15 El-Badry, MA
Latin American population prospects in the next fifteen years. A brief analysis
  25, 2 (1971), 183-192
25.16 Coale, AJ
Age patterns of marriage
  25, 2 (1971), 193-214
25.17 Dixon, RB
Explaining cross-cultural variations in age at marriage and proportions never marrying
  25, 2 (1971), 215-233
25.18 Bourgeois-Pichat, J
Stable, semi-stable populations and growth potential
  25, 2 (1971), 235-254
25.19 Sweezy, AR
The economic explanations of fertility changes in the United States
  25, 2 (1971), 255-267
25.20 Kumar, J
A comparison between current Indian fertility and late Nineteenth-Century Swedish and Finnish fertility
  25, 2 (1971), 269-282
25.21 Jutikkala, E and Kauppinen, M
The structure of mortality during catastrophic years in a pre-industrial society
  25, 2 (1971), 283-286
25.22 Caldwell, JC and Igun, AA
An experiment with census-type age enumeration in Nigeria
  25, 2 (1971), 287-302
25.23 Chandrasekaran, C, Murty, DVR and Srinivasan, K
Some problems in determining the number of acceptors needed in a family planning programme to achieve a specified reduction in the birth rate
  25, 2 (1971), 303-308
25.24 Barrett, JC
Fecundability and coital frequency
  25, 2 (1971), 309-313
25.25 Hofsten, E
Birth variations in populations which practise family planning
  25, 2 (1971), 315-326
25.26 James, WH
The incidence of illegal abortion
  25, 2 (1971), 327-339
25.27 Buissink, JD
Regional differences in marital fertility in the Netherlands in the second half of the Nineteenth Century
  25, 3 (1971), 353-374
25.28 Shorter, E, Knodel, J and Van de Walle, E
The decline of non-marital fertility in Europe 1880-1940
  25, 3 (1971), 375-393
25.29 Das Gupta, P
Estimation of demographic measures for India 1881-1961 based on census age distributions
  25, 3 (1971), 395-414
25.30 Lesthaeghe, R
Nuptiality and population growth
  25, 3 (1971), 415-432
25.31 Norton, SL
Population growth in colonial America: a study of Ipswich, Massachusetts
  25, 3 (1971), 433-452
25.32 Midi Berry, B and Schofield, RS
Age at baptism in pre-industrial England
  25, 3 (1971), 453-463
25.33 Roberts, DF
Demography of Tristan da Cunha
  25, 3 (1971), 465-479
25.34 Mitchell, RE
Changes in fertility rates and family size in response to changes in age at marriage, the trend away from arranged marriages, and increasing urbanization
  25, 3 (1971), 481-489
25.35 Perez, A, Vela, P, Potter, RG and Masnick, GS
Timing and sequence of resuming ovulation and menstruation after childbirth
  25, 3 (1971), 491-503
25.36 Cantrelle, P and Leridon, H
Breast-feeding, mortality in childhood and fertility in a rural zone of Senegal
  25, 3 (1971), 505-533
25.37 Wolfers, D
Contraceptive overlap with post-partum anovularity
  25, 3 (1971), 535-536
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