Volume 28, 1974

28.01 Razzell, PE
An interpretation of the modern rise of population in Europe - a critique
  28, 1 (1974), 5-17
28.02 Preston, SH and Nelson, VE
Structure and change in causes of death: an international summary
  28, 1 (1974), 19-51
28.03 Sauer, R
Attitudes to abortion in America, 1800-1973
  28, 1 (1974), 53-67
28.04 Farid, SM
The current tempo of fertility in England and Wales
  28, 1 (1974), 69-83
28.05 Trussell, TJ
Cost versus effectiveness of different birth control methods
  28, 1 (1974), 85-106
28.06 Chow, LP
The island-wide family planning programme in Taiwan: analysis of the accomplishments of the past eight years
  28, 1 (1974), 107-126
28.07 Hanley, SB
Fertility, mortality and life expectancy in pre-modern Japan
  28, 1 (1974), 127-142
28.08 Pitcher, BL, Peterson, ET and Kunz, PR
Residency differentials in Mormon fertility
  28, 1 (1974), 143-151
28.09 Thompson, R
Seventeenth Century English and colonial sex ratios: a postscript
  28, 1 (1974), 153-165
28.10 Shaw, RP
A note on cost-return calculations and decisions to migrate
  28, 1 (1974), 167-169
28.11 Livi-Bacci, M
Population policy in western Europe
  28, 2 (1974), 191-204
28.12 Gray, RH
The decline of mortality in Ceylon and the demographic effects of malaria control
  28, 2 (1974), 205-229
28.13 Sklar, JL
The role of marriage behaviour in the demographic transition: the case of eastern Europe around 1900
  28, 2 (1974), 231-247
28.14 Elder Jr, RE
Targets versus extension education: the family planning programme in Uttar Pradesh, India
  28, 2 (1974), 249-261
28.15 Farooq, GM and Tuncer, B
Fertility and economic and social development in Turkey: a cross-sectional and time series study
  28, 2 (1974), 263-276
28.16 Chen, LC, Ahmed, S, Gesche, M and Mosley, WH
A prospective study of birth interval dynamics in rural Bangladesh
  28, 2 (1974), 277-297
28.17 Rele, JR and Kanitkar, T
Residence background and fertility in Greater Bombay
  28, 2 (1974), 299-308
28.18 Denton, FT and Spencer, BG
Some demographic consequences of changing cohort fertility patterns: an investigation using the Gompertz function
  28, 2 (1974), 309-318
28.19 McLaren, D
The Marriage Act of 1653: its influence on the parish registers
  28, 2 (1974), 319-327
28.20 Teitelbaum, MS
Birth underregistration in the constituent counties of England and Wales: 1841-1910
  28, 2 (1974), 329-343
28.21 Snyder, DW
A comment on Schnaiberg's measure of fertility and child dependency
  28, 2 (1974), 345-346
28.22 Macura, M
Population policies in socialist countries of Europe
  28, 3 (1974), 369-379
28.23 Adlakha, A and Kirk, D
Vital rates in India 1961-71 estimated from 1971 census data
  28, 3 (1974), 381-400
28.24 Carvalho, JAM
Regional trends in fertility and mortality in Brazil
  28, 3 (1974), 401-421
28.25 Knodel, J and Prachuabmoh, V
Demographic aspects of fertility in Thailand
  28, 3 (1974), 423-448
28.26 Ebanks, GE, George, PM and Nobbe, CE
Fertility and number of partnerships in Barbados
  28, 3 (1974), 449-461
28.27 Polgar, S and Hiday, VA
The effect of an additional birth on low-income urban families
  28, 3 (1974), 463-471
28.28 Barrett, JC and Brass, W
Systematic and chance components in fertility measurement
  28, 3 (1974), 473-493
28.29 Lee, R
Estimating series of vital rates and age structures from baptisms and burials: a new technique, with applications to pre-industrial England
  28, 3 (1974), 495-512
28.30 Schnaiberg, A and Reed, D
Risk, uncertainty and family formation: the social context of poverty groups
  28, 3 (1974), 513-533
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