Volume 34, 1980

34.01 Goldman, N
Far Eastern patterns of mortality
  34, 1 (1980), 5-19
34.02 Kantrow, L
Philadelphia gentry: fertility and family limitation among an American aristocracy
  34, 1 (1980), 21-30
34.03 Coward, J
Recent characteristics of Roman Catholic fertility in Northern and Southern Ireland
  34, 1 (1980), 31-44
34.04 Mosher, WD
The theory of change and response: an application to Puerto Rico, 1940-1970
  34, 1 (1980), 45-58
34.05 Cherry, S
The hospitals and population growth: Part 1. The voluntary general hospitals, mortality and local populations in the English provinces in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
  34, 1 (1980), 59-75
34.06 Mosk, C
Rural-urban fertility differences and the fertility transition
  34, 1 (1980), 77-90
34.07 Chojnacka, H
Polygyny and the rate of population growth
  34, 1 (1980), 91-107
34.08 Feeney, G
Estimating infant mortality trends from child survivorship data
  34, 1 (1980), 109-128
34.09 Palloni, A
Estimating infant and childhood mortality under conditions of changing mortality
  34, 1 (1980), 129-142
34.10 Lesthaeghe, R and Page, HJ
The post-partum non-susceptible period: Development and application of model schedules
  34, 1 (1980), 143-169
34.11 Okore, AO
Rural-urban fertility differentials in Southern Nigeria: an assessment of some available evidence
  34, 1 (1980), 171-179
34.12 Lee, RD
Aiming at a moving target: period fertility and changing reproductive goals
  34, 2 (1980), 205-226
34.13 Berelson, B and Haveman, RH
On allocating resources for fertility reduction in developing countries
  34, 2 (1980), 227-237
34.14 Jones, RE
Further evidence on the decline in infant mortality in pre-industrial England: North Shropshire 1561-1810
  34, 2 (1980), 239-250
34.15 Cherry, S
The hospitals and population growth: the voluntary general hospitals, mortality and local populations in the English provinces in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Part 2.
  34, 2 (1980), 251-265
34.16 Congdon, P
Forecasting births in greater London: an application of the Easterlin hypothesis
  34, 2 (1980), 267-278
34.17 Jones, GW
Trends in marriage and divorce in Pensinsular Malaysia
  34, 2 (1980), 279-292
34.18 Romaniuk, A
Increase in natural fertility during the early stages of modernization: evidence from an African case study, Zaire
  34, 2 (1980), 293-310
34.19 Del Vecchio Good, M-J, Farr, GM and Good, BJ
Social status and fertility: a study of a town and three villages in northwestern Iran
  34, 2 (1980), 311-319
34.20 Smucker, CM, Simmons, GB, Bernstein, S and Misra, BD
Neo-natal mortality in South Asia: the special role of tetanus
34, 2 (1980), 321-335
34.21 Huffman, SL, Alauddin Chowdhury, AKM and Sykes, ZM
Lactation and fertility in rural Bangladesh
  34, 2 (1980), 337-347
34.22 Preston, S and Hill, K
Estimating the completeness of death registration
  34, 2 (1980), 349-366
34.23 Ross, JA and Potter, RG
Changes in acceptors' and users' ages: a test of an explanatory mechanism
  34, 2 (1980), 367-380
34.24 Martin, LG
A modification for use in destabilized populations of Brass's technique for estimating completeness of death registration
  34, 2 (1980), 381-395
34.25 Schwartz, D, MacDonald, PDM and Heuchel, V
Fecundability, coital frequency and the viability of ova
  34, 2 (1980), 397-400
34.26 Dodge, NN
Population estimates for the Malay Peninsular in the Nineteenth Century, with special reference to the east coast states
  34, 3 (1980), 437-475
34.27 Simon, JL
There is no low-level fertility-and-development trap
  34, 3 (1980), 476-486
34.28 Vlassoff, M and Vlassoff, C
Old age security and the utility of children in rural India
  34, 3 (1980), 487-499
34.29 Mahmud, S and McIntosh, JP
Returns to scale to family size - who gains from high fertility?
  34, 3 (1980), 500-506
34.30 Hirschman, C and Rindfuss, R
Social, cultural, and economic determinants of age at birth of first child in Peninsular Malaysia
  34, 3 (1980), 507-518
34.31 Stoeckel, J and Alauddin Chowdury, AKM
Fertility and socio-economic status in rural Bangladesh: differentials and linkages
  34, 3 (1980), 519-524
34.32 Akkerman, A
On the relationship between household composition and population age distribution
  34, 3 (1980), 525-534
34.33 Goldman, N and Westoff, CF
Can fertility be estimated from current pregnancy data?
  34, 3 (1980), 535-550
34.34 Trussell, TJ and Hill, K
Fertility and mortality estimated from the Panama retrospective demographic survey, 1976
  34, 3 (1980), 551-563
34.35 Henry, L
Some remarks on the paper by Julia Ericksen et al., 'Fertility patterns and trends among the old order Amish'
  34, 3 (1980), 564
34.36 Ericksen, JA
Response to Louis Henry
  34, 3 (1980), 565
34.37 Mitra, S
Notes 'on Das Gupta's birth function in a two-sex model'
  34, 3 (1980), 566-567
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