Volume 36, 1982

36.01 Jones, EF
Ways in which childbearing affects women's employment: evidence from the US 1975 National Fertility Study
  36, 1 (1982), 5-14
36.02 Stycos, JM
The decline of fertility in Costa Rica: literacy, modernization and family planning
  36, 1 (1982), 15-30
36.03 Haines, MR and Avery, RC
Differential infant and child mortality in Costa Rica: 1968-1973
  36, 1 (1982), 31-43
36.04 Vlassoff, M
Economic utility of children and fertility in rural India
  36, 1 (1982), 45-59
36.05 Thapa, S and Retherford, RD
Infant mortality estimates based on the 1976 Nepal Fertility Survey
  36, 1 (1982), 61-80
36.06 Tuladhar, JM, Stoeckel, J and Fisher, A
Differential fertility in rural Nepal
  36, 1 (1982), 81-85
36.07 Rindfuss, RR, Bumpass, LL, Palmore, JA and Han, DW
The transformation of Korean child-spacing practices
  36, 1 (1982), 87-104
36.08 Lengyel Cook, MS. and Repetto, R
The relevance of the developing countries to demographic transition theory: further lessons from the Hungarian experience
  36, 1 (1982), 105-128
36.09 Willekens, FJ, Shah, I, Shah, JM. and Ramachandran, P
Multi-state analysis of marital status life tables: theory and application
  36, 1 (1982), 129-144
36.10 Cain, M
Perspectives on family and fertility in developing countries
  36, 2 (1982), 159-175
36.11 Knodel, J
Child mortality and reproductive behaviour in German village populations in the past: a micro-level analysis of the replacement effect
  36, 2 (1982), 177-200
36.12 Lightbourne, RE and Singh, S
Fertility, union status and partners in the WFS Guyana and Jamaica surveys, 1975-1976
  36, 2 (1982), 201-225
36.13 Donaldson, PJ, Nichols, DJ. and Choe, EH
Abortion and contraception in the Korean fertility transition
  36, 2 (1982), 227-235
36.14 Smith, PC and Ng, S-M
The components of population change in Nineteenth Century south-east Asia: village data from the Philippines
  36, 2 (1982), 237-255
36.15 Retherford, RD and Mirza, GM
Evidence of age exaggeration in demographic estimates for Pakistan
  36, 2 (1982), 257-270
36.16 Jain, SK
Mortality in Ghana: evidence from the Cape Coast project data
  36, 2 (1982), 271-289
36.17 Hobcraft, JN, Goldman, N and Chidambaram, VC
Advances in the P/F ratio method for the analysis of birth histories
  36, 2 (1982), 291-316
36.18 Horiuchi, S and Coale, AJ
A simple equation for estimating the expectation of life at old ages
  36, 2 (1982), 317-326
36.19 Crafts, NFR
Illegitimacy in England and Wales in 1911
  36, 2 (1982), 327-331
36.20 Calot, G and Blayo, C
Recent course of fertility in Western Europe
  36, 3 (1982), 349-372
36.21 Davanzo, J and Haaga, J
Anatomy of a fertility decline: peninsular Malaysia, 1950-1976
  36, 3 (1982), 373-393
36.22 Freedman, R, Chang, M-C and Sun, T-H
Household composition, extended kinship and reproduction in Taiwan: 1973-1980
  36, 3 (1982), 395-411
36.23 Bracher, MD and Santow, G
Breast-feeding in central Java
  36, 3 (1982), 413-429
36.24 Kyriazis, N and Henripin, J
Women's employment and fertility in Quebec
  36, 3 (1982), 431-440
36.25 Flegg, AT
Inequality of income, illiteracy and medical care as determinants of infant mortality in underdeveloped countries
  36, 3 (1982), 441-458
36.26 Ewbank, DC
The sources of error in Brass's method for estimating child survival: the case of Bangladesh
  36, 3 (1982), 459-474
36.27 Lucas, D
Some remarks on the paper by A. Okore, 'Rural-urban fertility differentials in southern Nigeria: an assessment of some available evidence'
  36, 3 (1982), 475-476
36.28 Okore, AO
A rejoinder to David Lucas
  36, 3 (1982), 477-479
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