Volume 27, 1973

27.01 Caldwell, JC and Ware, H
The evolution of family planning in Australia
  27, 1 (1973), 7-31
27.02 Harewood, J
Changes in the use of birth control methods
  27, 1 (1973), 33-57
27.03 Nag, M
Anthropology and population: problems and perspectives
  27, 1 (1973), 59-68
27.04 Schnaiberg, A
The concept and measurement of child dependency: an approach to family formation analysis
  27, 1 (1973), 69-84
27.05 Johnson, JT, Ann, TB. and Corsa, L
Assessment of family planning programme effects on births: preliminary results obtained through direct matching of birth and programme acceptor records
  27, 1 (1973), 85-96
27.06 Li, WL
Temporal and spatial analysis of fertility decline in Taiwan
  27, 1 (1973), 97-104
27.07 Mazur, DP
Relation of marriage and education to fertility in the USSR
  27, 1 (1973), 105-115
27.08 Pool, DI
Estimates of New Zealand Maori vital rates from the mid-19th century to World War I
  27, 1 (1973), 117-125
27.09 Ritchey, PN
The fertility of negroes without southern rural experience: a re-examination of the 1960 GAF study findings with 1967 SEO data
  27, 1 (1973), 127-134
27.10 Sullivan, JM
The influence of cause-specific mortality conditions on the age pattern of mortality with special reference to Taiwan
  27, 1 (1973), 135-158
27.11 Farid, SM
On the pattern of cohort fertility
  27, 1 (1973), 159-168
27.12 Retherford, RD
Cigarette smoking and widowhood in the United States
  27, 2 (1973), 193-206
27.13 Goodhart, CB
On the incidence of illegal abortion
  27, 2 (1973), 207-233
27.14 Abramson, FD
High foetal mortality and birth intervals
  27, 2 (1973), 235-242
27.15 Beaver, MW
Population, infant mortality and milk
  27, 2 (1973), 243-254
27.16 Laslett, P and Oosterveen, K
Long term trends in bastardy in England
  27, 2 (1973), 255-286
27.17 Rosenthal, JT
Mediaeval longevity: the secular peerage, 1350-1500
  27, 2 (1973), 287-293
27.18 Stokes, CS
Family structure and socio-economic differentials in fertility
  27, 2 (1973), 295-304
27.19 Gendell, M and Van der Tak, J
The size and structure of residential families, Guatemala City, 1964
  27, 2 (1973), 305-322
27.20 Speare, Jr, A, Speare, M and Lin, H-S
Urbanization, non-familial work, education and fertility in Taiwan
  27, 2 (1973), 323-334
27.21 Keyfitz, N
Individual mobility in a stationary population
  27, 2 (1973), 335-352
27.22 Balakrishnan, TR
A cost benefit analysis of the Barbados family planning programme
  27, 2 (1973), 353-364
27.23 Udry, JR, Bauman, KE and Chase, CL
Population growth rates in perfect contraceptive populations
  27, 2 (1973), 365-371
27.24 Milne, RG
Family planning in Malta
  27, 2 (1973), 373-386
27.25 Kelley, AC
Population growth, the dependency rate, and the pace of economic development
  27, 3 (1973), 405-414
27.26 Hall, M-F
Population growth: US and Latin American views
  27, 3 (1973), 415-429
27.27 Khalifa, AM
A proposed explanation of the fertility gap differentials by socio-economic status and modernity: the case of Egypt
  27, 3 (1973), 431-442
27.28 Grindstaff, CF and Ebanks, GE
Male sterilization as a contraceptive method in Canada. An empirical study
  27, 3 (1973), 443-455
27.29 Onaka, AT and Yaukey, D
Reproductive time lost due to sexual union dissolution in San Jose, Costa Rica
  27, 3 (1973), 457-465
27.30 Romaniuk, A
A three-parameter model for birth projections
  27, 3 (1973), 467-478
27.31 Festy, P
Canada, United States, Australia and New Zealand: nuptiality trends
  27, 3 (1973), 479-492
27.32 James, WH
The fecundability of US women
  27, 3 (1973), 493-500
27.33 Devis, TLF
Fertility differentials among the tribal groups of Sierra Leone
  27, 3 (1973), 501-514
27.34 Cutright, P and Galle, O
The effect of illegitimacy on US general fertility rates and population growth
  27, 3 (1973), 515-526
27.35 Higman, BW
Household structure and fertility on Jamaican slave plantations: a Nineteenth Century example
  27, 3 (1973), 527-550
27.36 Salaff, JW
Mortality decline in the People's Republic of China and the United States
  27, 3 (1973), 551-576
27.37 Tyree, A
Mobility ratios and association in mobility tables
  27, 3 (1973), 577-588
27.38 Freedman, R
Comment on 'Social and economic factors in Hong Kong's fertility decline' by Sui-Ying Wat and R. W. Hodge
  27, 3 (1973), 589-595
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