Volume 43, 1989

43.01 De Waal, A
Famine mortality: a case study of Darfur, Sudan 1984-5
  43, 1 (1989), 5-24
43.02 Alter, G and Riley, JC
Frailty, sickness and death: models of morbidity and mortality in historical populations
  43, 1 (1989), 25-45
43.03 Hoem, B and Hoem, JM
The impact of women's employment on second and third births in modern Sweden
  43, 1 (1989), 47-67
43.04 Gomez de Leon, J and Potter, JE
Modelling the inverse association between breastfeeding and contraceptive use
  43, 1 (1989), 69-93
43.05 Pitkanen, KJ, Mielke, JH and Jorde, LB
Smallpox and its eradication in Finland: implications for disease control
  43, 1 (1989), 95-111
43.06 Woods, RI, Watterson, PA and Woodward, JH
The causes of rapid infant mortality decline in England and Wales, 1861-1921. Part II
  43, 1 (1989), 113-132
43.07 Caselli, G and Capocaccia, R
Age, period, cohort and early mortality: an analysis of adult mortality in Italy
  43, 1 (1989), 133-153
43.08 McCaa, R
Isolation or assimilation? A log linear interpretation of Australian marriages, 1947-60, 1975, and 1986
  43, 1 (1989), 155-162
43.09 Gray, A
Measuring preference for in-marriage: a response to McCaa
  43, 1 (1989), 163-166
43.10 Basu, AM
Is discrimination in food really necessary for explaining sex differentials in childhood mortality?
  43, 2 (1989), 193-210
43.11 Blum, A and Monnier, A
Recent mortality trends in the USSR: new evidence
  43, 2 (1989), 211-241
43.12 Anderson, BA and Silver, BD
The changing shape of Soviet mortality, 1958-1985: an evaluation of old and new evidence
  43, 2 (1989), 243-265
43.13 Garenne, M and Van de Walle, E
Polygyny and fertility among the Sereer of Senegal
  43, 2 (1989), 267-283
43.14 Borgerhoff Mulder, M
Marital status and reproductive performance in Kipsigis women: re-evaluating the polygyny-fertility hypothesis
  43, 2 (1989), 285-304
43.15 Haines, MR
Social class differentials during fertility decline: England and Wales revisited
  43, 2 (1989), 305-323
43.16 Crafts, NFR
Duration of marriage, fertility and women's employment opportunities in England and Wales in 1911
  43, 2 (1989), 325-335
43.17 Erickson, CJ
Emigration from the British Isles to the USA in 1841: Part I. Emigration from the British Isles
  43, 3 (1989), 347-367
43.18 Wall, R
Leaving home and living alone: an historical perspective
  43, 3 (1989), 369-389
4.19 Schellekens, J
Mortality and socio-economic status in two Eighteenth-Century Dutch villages
  43, 3 (1989), 391-404
43.20 Reher, DS and Iriso-Napal, PL
Marital fertility and its determinants in rural and in urban Spain, 1887-1930
  43, 3 (1989), 405-427
43.21 Trussell, J, Van de Walle, E and Van de Walle, F
Norms and behaviour in Burkinabe fertility
  43, 3 (1989), 429-454
43.22 Palloni, A and Kephart, G
The effects of breastfeeding and contraception on the natural rate of increase: are there compensating effects?
  43, 3 (1989), 455-478
43.23 Miller, JE
Is the relationship between birth intervals and perinatal mortality spurious? Evidence from Hungary and Sweden
  43, 3 (1989), 479-495
43.24 Fargues, P and Khlat, M
Child mortality in Beirut: six indirect estimates based on data collected at the time of a birth
  43, 3 (1989), 497-513
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