Volume 35, 1981

35.01 Caldwell, JC
The mechanisms of demographic change in historical perspective
  35, 1 (1981), 5-27
35.02 Mosk, C
The evolution of the pre-modern demographic regime in Japan
  35, 1 (1981), 28-52
35.03 Knodel, J and Wilson, C
The secular increase in fecundity in German village populations: an analysis of reproductive histories of couples married 1750-1899
  35, 1 (1981), 53-84
35.04 Potter, RG and Kobrin, FE
Distributions of amenorrhoea and anovulation
  35, 1 (1981), 85-99
35.05 Palloni, A
A review of infant mortality trends in selected under-developed countries: some new estimates
  35, 1 (1981), 100-119
35.06 Zimmer, BG
The impact of social mobility on fertility: a reconsideration
  35, 1 (1981), 120-131
35.07 Westoff, CF
Another look at fertility and social mobility
  35, 1 (1981), 132-135
35.08 Zimmer, BG
Rejoinder to Westoff's paper 'Another look at fertility and social mobility'
  35, 1 (1981), 136
35.09 Jones, EF
The impact of women's employment on marital fertility in the US 1970-1975
  35, 2 (1981), 161-173
35.10 Erickson, C
Emigration from the British Isles to the USA in 1831
  35, 2 (1981), 175-197
35.11 Watkins, SC
Regional patterns of nuptiality in Europe 1870-1960
  35, 2 (1981), 199-215
35.12 Armagnac, C and Retel-Laurentin, A
Relations between fertility, birth intervals, foetal mortality and maternal health in Upper Volta
  35, 2 (1981), 217-234
35.13 Leridon, H and Charbit, Y
Patterns of marital unions and fertility in Guadeloupe and Martinique
  35, 2 (1981), 235-245
35.14 Smith, DP
A reconsideration of Easterlin cycles
  35, 2 (1981), 247-264
35.15 Goldstein, S and Goldstein, A
The impact of migration on fertility: an 'own children' analysis for Thailand
  35, 2 (1981), 265-284
35.16 Langford, CM
Fertility change in Sri Lanka since the war: an analysis of the experience of different districts
  35, 2 (1981), 285-306
35.17 Chidambaram, VC and Pullum, TW
Estimating fertility trends from retrospective birth histories: sensitivity to imputation of missing dates
  35, 2 (1981), 307-320
35.18 Rodriguez, G and Trussell, TJ
A note on synthetic cohort estimates of average desired family size
  35, 2 (1981), 321-328
35.19 Ermisch, JF
Economic opportunities, marriage squeezes and the propensity to marry: an economic analysis of period marriage rates in England and Wales
  35, 3 (1981), 347-356
35.20 Vaessen, M
Knowledge of contraceptives: an assessment of World Fertility Survey data collection procedures
  35, 3 (1981), 357-373
35.21 Edlefsen, LE
An investigation of the timing pattern of childbearing
  35, 3 (1981), 375-386
35.22 Pebley, AR
The age at first birth and timing of the second in Costa Rica and Guatemala
35, 3 (1981), 387-397
35.23 Diaz-Briquets, S
Determinants of mortality transition in developing countries before and after the Second World War: some evidence from Cuba
  35, 3 (1981), 399-411
35.24 Yusuf, F and Rockett, I
Immigrant fertility patterns and differentials in Australia, 1971-76
  35, 3 (1981), 413-424
35.25 Bracher, M and Santow, G
Some methodological considerations in the analysis of current status data
  35, 3 (1981), 425-437
35.26 Ross, JA and Madhavan, SA
Gompertz model for birth interval analysis
  35, 3 (1981), 439-454
35.27 Byerlee, D and Terera, G
Factors affecting reliability in age estimation in rural West Africa: a statistical analysis
  35, 3 (1981), 455-465
35.28 Avery, RC and Hakkert, R
Comment on 'The random variation in rates based on total enumeration of events', by JR Udry, C Teddlie and C M Suchindran
  35, 3 (1981), 467-471
35.29 Suchindran, CM
A reply to Avery and Hakkert
  35, 3 (1981), 473-475C
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