Volume 30, 1976

30.01 Ambirajan, S
Malthusian population theory and Indian famine policy in the Nineteenth Century
  30, 1 (1976), 5-14
30.02 Das Gupta, A and Roy, SG
Population estimates for Bangladesh: the use of a specific transitional population model
  30, 1 (1976), 15-33
30.03 Frenkel, I
Attitudes toward family size in some east European countries
  30, 1 (1976), 35-57
30.04 Page, HJ and Wunsch, G
Parental survival data: some results of the application of Ledermann's model life tables
  30, 1 (1976), 59-76
30.05 Shaw, RP
Government perceptions of population growth
  30, 1 (1976), 77-86
30.06 Curlin, GT, Chen, LC and Hussain, SB
Demographic crisis: the impact of the Bangladesh civil war (1971) on births and deaths in a rural area of Bangladesh
  30, 1 (1976), 87-105
30.07 Levine, D
The reliability of parochial registration and the representativeness of family reconstitution
  30, 1 (1976), 107-122
30.08 Heitlinger, A
Pro-natalist population policies in Czechoslovakia
  30, 1 (1976), 123-135
30.09 Farid, SM
Cohort nuptiality in England and Wales
  30, 1 (1976), 137-151
30.10 Thomlinson, R
Matching experimentation in a dual record system for births and deaths in Morocco
  30, 1 (1976), 153-164
30.11 Abou-Gamrah, H
Methods of adjusting the stable estimates of fertility for the effects of mortality decline
  30, 1 (1976), 165-177
30.12 Chojnacka, H
Nuptiality patterns in an agrarian society
  30, 2 (1976), 203-227
30.13 Bongaarts, J
Intermediate fertility variables and marital fertility rates
  30, 2 (1976), 227-241
30.14 Samuelson, PA
An economist's non-linear model of self-generated fertility waves
  30, 2 (1976), 243-247
30.15 Chowdhury, AKM, Khan, AR and Chen, LC
The effect of child mortality experience on subsequent fertility: in Pakistan and Bangladesh
  30, 2 (1976), 249-261
30.16 Taylor, CE, Newman, JS and Kelly, NU
The child survival hypothesis
  30, 2 (1976), 263-278
30.17 Laurentin, AR and Benoit, D
Infant mortality and birth intervals
  30, 2 (1976), 279-293
30.18 Madigan, FC, Abernathy, JR, Herrin, AN and Tan, C
Purposive concealment of death in household surveys in Misamis Oriental Province
  30, 2 (1976), 295-303
30.19 Jones, RE
Infant mortality in rural north Shropshire 1561-1810
  30, 2 (1976), 305-317
30.20 Leridon, H
Facts and artifacts in the study of intra-uterine mortality: a reconsideration from pregnancy histories
  30, 2 (1976), 319-335
30.21 Whitney, VH
Population planning in Asia in the 1970s
  30, 2 (1976), 337-351
30.22 Kulkarni, PM and Potter, RG
Extrapolation of IUD continuation curves
  30, 2 (1976), 353-368
30.23 Salaff, JW
The status of unmarried Hong Kong women and the social factors contributing to their delayed marriage
  30, 3 (1976), 391-412
30.24 Ware, H
Fertility and work-force participation: the experience of Melbourne wives
  30, 3 (1976), 413-427
30.25 Massey, DS and Tedrow, LM
Economic development and fertility: a methodological re-evaluation
30, 3 (1976), 429-437
30.26 Loschky, DJ
Economic change, mortality and Malthusian theory
  30, 3 (1976), 439-452
30.27 Ajami, I
Differential fertility in peasant communities: a study of six Iranian villages
  30, 3 (1976), 453-463
30.28 Smith, JE and Kunz, PR
Polygyny and fertility in Nineteenth Century America
  30, 3 (1976), 465-480
30.29 Osterud, N and Fulton, J
Family limitation and age at marriage: fertility decline in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, 1730-1850
  30, 3 (1976), 481-494
30.30 Crafts, NFR and Ireland, NJ
A simulation of the impact of changes in age at marriage before and during the advent of industrialization in England
  30, 3 (1976), 495-510
30.31 Rodgers, GB
Fertility and desired fertility: longitudinal evidence from Thailand
  30, 3 (1976), 511-526
30.32 Ruzicka, LT
Age at marriage and timing of first birth
  30, 3 (1976), 527-538
30.33 Winter, JM
Some aspects of the demographic consequences of the First World War in Britain
  30, 3 (1976), 539-552
30.34 Ram, B
Regional-sub-cultural explanations of black fertility in the United States
  30, 3 (1976), 553-559
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