Volume 39, 1985

39.01 Cain, M
On the relationship between landholding and fertility
  39, 1 (1985), 5-15
39.02 Pamuk, ER
Social class inequality in mortality from 1921 to 1972 in England and Wales
  39, 1 (1985), 17-31
39.03 Ermisch, JF and Overton, E
Minimal household units: a new approach to the analysis of household formation
  39, 1 (1985), 33-54
39.04 Hallam, HE
Age at first marriage and age at death in the Lincolnshire fenland, 1252-1478
  39, 1 (1985), 55-69
39.05 Compton, PA
Rising mortality in Hungary
  39, 1 (1985), 71-86
39.06 Dinkel, RH
The seeming paradox of increasing mortality in a highly industrialized nation: the example of the Soviet Union
  39, 1 (1985), 87-97
39.07 Johnson, NE and Lean, S
Relative income, race and fertility
  39, 1 (1985), 99-112
39.08 Singh, S, Casterline, JB and Cleland, JG
The proximate determinants of fertility: sub-national variations
  39, 1 (1985), 113-135
39.09 Friedlander, D, Schellekens, J, Ben-Moshe, E and Keysar, A
Socio-economic characteristics and life expectancies in Nineteenth Century England: a district analysis
39, 1 (1985), 137-151
39.10 Langsten, R
Determinants of natural fertility in rural Bangladesh reconsidered
39, 1 (1985), 153-161
39.11 Huffman, SL
Response to determinants of natural fertility reconsidered
  39, 1 (1985), 163-168
39.12 Ryder, NB
The structure of pregnancy intervals by planning status
  39, 2 (1985), 193-211
39.13 Habicht, J-P, Davanzo, J, Butz, WP and Meyers, L
The contraceptive role of breastfeeding
  39, 2 (1985), 213-232
39.14 Lee, RD
Inverse projection and back projection: a critical appraisal, and comparative results for England, 1539-1871
  39, 2 (1985), 233-248
39.15 Retherford, RD
A theory of marital fertility transition
  39, 2 (1985), 249-268
39.16 Trussell, J and Wilson, C
Sterility in a population with natural fertility
  39, 2 (1985), 269-286
39.17 Mercer, AJ
Smallpox and epidemiological-demographic change in Europe: the role of vaccination
  39, 2 (1985), 287-307
39.18 Sena Mensch, B
The effect of child mortality on contraceptive use and fertility in Colombia, Costa Rica and Korea
  39, 2 (1985), 309-327
39.19 Daly, HE
Marx and Malthus in north-east Brazil: a note on the world's largest class difference in fertility and its recent trends
  39, 2 (1985), 329-338
39.20 Laslett, P
Gregory King, Robert Malthus and the origins of English social realism
  39, 3 (1985), 351-362
39.21 Hobcraft, JN, McDonald, JW and Rutstein, SO
Demographic determinants of infant and early child mortality: a comparative analysis
  39, 3 (1985), 363-385
39.22 Pison, G and Langaney, A
The level and age pattern of mortality in Bandafassi (Eastern Senegal): results from a small-scale and intensive multi-round survey
39, 3 (1985), 387-405
39.23 Jain, AK
Determinants of regional variations in infant mortality in rural India
  39, 3 (1985), 407-424
39.24 Pebley, AR, Huffman, SL, Alauddin Chowdhury, AK M. and Stupp, PW
Intra-uterine mortality and maternal nutritional status in rural Bangladesh
  39, 3 (1985), 425-440
39.25 Murphy, MJ
Demographic and socio-economic influences on recent British marital breakdown patterns
  39, 3 (1985), 441-460
39.26 Potter, R G. and Millman, SR
Fecundability and the frequency of marital intercourse: a critique of nine models
  39, 3 (1985), 461-470
39.27 Suchindran, CM, Koo, HP and Griffith, JD
The effects of post-marital childbearing on divorce and remarriage: an application of hazards models with time-dependent covariates
  39, 3 (1985), 471-486
39.28 Galloway, PR
Annual variations in deaths by age, deaths by cause, prices, and weather in London 1670-1830
  39, 3 (1985), 487-505
39.29 Coale, AJ
Estimating the expectation of life at old ages: comments on the article by Mitra
  39, 3 (1985), 507-509
39.30 Mitra, S
On estimating the expectation of life at old ages: reply to Professor Coale
  39, 3 (1985), 511-512
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