Volume 31, 1977

31.01 Caldwell, JC
The economic rationality of high fertility: an investigation illustrated with Nigerian survey data
  31, 1 (1977), 5-27
31.02 Jones, GW
Fertility levels and trends in Indonesia
  31, 1 (1977), 29-41
31.03 Hull, TH and Hull, VJ
The relation of economic class and fertility: an analysis of some Indonesian data
  31, 1 (1977), 43-57
31.04 Bongaarts, J
A dynamic model of the reproductive process
  31, 1 (1977), 59-73
31.05 Hill, K
Estimating adult mortality levels from information on widowhood
  31, 1 (1977), 75-84
31.06 Page, H.J
Patterns underlying fertility schedules: a decomposition by both age and marriage duration
  31, 1 (1977), 85-106
31.07 Blacker, JGC
The estimation of adult mortality in Africa from data on orphanhood
  31, 1 (1977), 107-128
31.08 De Jong, GF and Sell, RR
Changes in childlessness in the United States: a demographic path analysis
  31, 1 (1977), 129-141
31.09 Thompson, B
Problems of abortion in Britain - Aberdeen, a case study
31, 1 (1977), 143-154
31.10 Heer, DM and Youssef, N
Female status among Soviet central Asian nationalities: the melding of Islam and Marxism and its implications for population increase
  31, 1 (1977), 155-173
31.11 Hicks, WW
Comments on DA Seiver's 'Recent fertility in Mexico: measurement and interpretation'
  31, 1 (1977), 175-176
31.12 Seiver, DA
A reply to W Hicks's comments
  31, 1 (1977), 176-177
31.13 Caldwell, JC and Caldwell, P
The role of marital sexual abstinence in determining fertility: a study of the Yoruba in Nigeria
  31, 2 (1977), 193-217
31.14 Knodel, J
Age patterns of fertility and the fertility transition: evidence from Europe and Asia
  31, 2 (1977), 219-249
31.15 Van Praag, P
Views and concepts relating to population problems in the Netherlands 1918-39
  31, 2 (1977), 251-265
31.16 Markle, GE and Pasco, S
Family limitation among the old order Amish
  31, 2 (1977), 267-280
31.17 Wrigley, EA
Births and baptisms: the use of Anglican baptism registers as a source of information about the numbers of births in England before the beginning of civil registration
  31, 2 (1977), 281-312
31.18 Hill, K and Trussell, J
Further developments in indirect mortality estimation
  31, 2 (1977), 313-334
31.19 Potter, JE
Problems in using birth-history analysis to estimate trends in fertility
31, 2 (1977), 335-364
31.20 Chamie, J
Religious differentials in fertility: Lebanon, 1971
  31, 2 (1977), 365-382
31.21 Thornton, A
Decomposing the re-marriage process
  31, 2 (1977), 383-392
31.22 Tomasson, RF
A millennium of misery: the demography of the Icelanders
  31, 3 (1977), 405-427
31.23 D'Arcy, F
The Malthusian League and the resistance to birth control propaganda in late Victorian Britain
  31, 3 (1977), 429-448
31.24 Winter, JM
Britain's 'lost generation' of the First World War
31, 3 (1977), 449-466
31.25 Adegbola, O
New estimates of fertility and child mortality in Africa, south of the Sahara
  31, 3 (1977), 467-486
31.26 Caldwell, JC and Ware, H
The evolution of family planning in an African city: Ibadan, Nigeria
  31, 3 (1977), 487-507
31.27 Jiobu, R and Marshall, H
Minority status and family size: a comparison of explanations
  31, 3 (1977), 509-517
31.28 Martin, JM
Marriage and economic stress in the Felden of Warwickshire during the Eighteenth Century
  31, 3 (1977), 519-535
31.29 Richards, T
Fertility decline in Germany: an econometric appraisal
  31, 3 (1977), 537-553
31.30 Potter, RG, Wolowyna, O and Kulkarni, PM
Population momentum: a wider definition
  31, 3 (1977), 555-569
31.31 Marr, WL
The United Kingdom's international migration in the inter-war period: theoretical considerations and empirical testing
  31, 3 (1977), 571-579
31.32 James, WH
Comments on 'facts and artifacts in the study of intra-uterine mortality: a reconsideration from pregnancy histories' by H Leridon
  31, 3 (1977), 581
31.33 Leridon, H 
A reply to WH James
  31, 3 (1977), 582-584
31.34 Blacker, JGC
Dual record demographic surveys: a re-assessment. A review article
  31, 3 (1977), 585-597
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