Volume 38, 1984

38.01 Ryder, NB
Frank Wallace Notestein (1902-1983)
  38, 1 (1984), 5-20
38.02 Hobcraft, J and Little, RJA
Fertility exposure analysis: a new method for assessing the contribution of proximate determinants to fertility differentials
  38, 1 (1984), 21-45
38.03 De Sweemer, C
The influence of child spacing on child survival
  38, 1 (1984), 47-72
38.04 Rowland, DT
Old age and the demographic transition
  38, 1 (1984), 73-87
38.05 Bhat, M and Kanbargi, R
Estimating the incidence of widow and widower remarriages in India from census data
  38, 1 (1984), 89-103
38.06 Goldberg, HI, Rodrigues, W, Thome, AMT, Janowitz, B and Morris, L
Infant mortality and breast-feeding in north-eastern Brazil
  38, 1 (1984), 105-115
38.07 Lam, D
The variance of population characteristics in stable populations, with applications to the distribution of income
  38, 1 (1984), 117-127
38.08 Morgan, SP and Rindfuss, RR
Household structure and the tempo of family formation in comparative perspective
38, 1 (1984), 129-139
38.09 Lee, BS. and Farber, SC
Fertility adaptation by rural-urban migrants in developing countries: the case of Korea
  38, 1 (1984), 141-155
38.10 Williamson, JG
British mortality and the value of life, 1781-1931
  38, 1 (1984), 157-172
38.11 Hobcraft, JN, McDonald, JW and Rutstein, SO
Socio-economic factors in infant and child mortality: a cross-national comparison
  38, 2 (1984), 193-223
38.12 Wilson, C
Natural fertility in pre-industrial England, 1600-1799
  38, 2 (1984), 225-240
38.13 Santow, G and Bracher, MD
Child death and time to the next birth in central Java
38, 2 (1984), 241-253
38.14 Palloni, A, Massagli, M and Marcotte, J
Estimating adult mortality with maternal orphanhood data: analysis of sensitivity of the techniques
  38, 2 (1984), 255-279
38.15 Koenig, MA, Simmons, GB and Misra, BD
Husband-wife inconsistencies in contraceptive use responses
  38, 2 (1984), 281-298
38.16 Happel, SK, Hill, JK and Low, SA
An economic analysis of the timing of childbirth
  38, 2 (1984), 299-311
38.17 Mitra, S
Estimating the expectation of life at older ages
  38, 2 (1984), 313-319
38.18 Lewes, FMM
A note on the origin of the net reproduction ratio
  38, 2 (1984), 321-324
38.19 Nour, E-S and Suchindran, CM
The construction of multi-state life tables: comments on the article by Willekens et al
  38, 2 (1984), 325-328
38.20 Cookingham, ME
Bluestockings, spinsters and pedagogues: women college graduates, 1865-1910
  38, 3 (1984), 349-364
38.21 Lavely, WR
The rural Chinese fertility transition: a report from Shifang Xian, Sichuan
  38, 3 (1984), 365-384
38.22 Yuan Tien, H
Induced fertility transition: impact of population planning and socio-economic change in the People's Republic of China
  38, 3 (1984), 385-400
38.23 Cleland, J and Sathar, ZA
The effect of birth spacing on childhood mortality in Pakistan
  38, 3 (1984), 401-418
38.24 Haskey, J
Social class and socio-economic differentials in divorce in England and Wales
  38, 3 (1984), 419-438
38.25 Schoen, R and Baj, J
Twentieth-Century cohort marriage and divorce in England and Wales
  38, 3 (1984), 439-449
38.26 Koo, HP, Suchindran, CM. and Griffith, JD
The effects of children on divorce and remarriage: a multivariate analysis of life table probabilities
  38, 3 (1984), 451-471
38.27 Feeney, G and Ross, JA
Analyzing open birth interval distributions
  38, 3 (1984), 473-478
38.28 Palloni, A and Kominski, R
Estimation of adult mortality using forward and backward projection
  38, 3 (1984), 479-493
38.29 Booth, H
Transforming Gompertz's function for fertility analysis: the development of a standard for the relational Gompertz function
  38, 3 (1984), 495-506
38.30 Nugent, JB and Datta, SK
Are old age security and the utility of children in rural India really unimportant?
  38, 3 (1984), 507-509
38.31 Vlassoff, M
Rejoinder to SK Datta and JB Nugent
  38, 3 (1984), 510-512
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