Volume 48, 1994

48.01 Dharmalingam, A
Old age support: expectations and experiences in a south Indian village
  48, 1 (1994), 5-19
48.02 Balk, D
Individual and community aspects of women's status and fertility in rural Bangladesh
  48, 1 (1994), 21-45
48.03 Meekers, D
Sexual initiation and pre-marital childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa
  48, 1 (1994), 47-64
48.04 Yi, Z, Coale, A, Choe, MK, Zhiwu, L and Li, L
Leaving the parental home: census-based estimates for China, Japan, South Korea, United States, France, and Sweden
  48, 1 (1994), 65-80
48.05 Wrigley, EA
The effect of migration on the estimation of marriage age in family reconstitution studies
  48, 1 (1994), 81-97
48.06 McDaniel, A and Preston, SH
Patterns of mortality by age and cause of death among Nineteenth-Century immigrants to Liberia
  48, 1 (1994), 99-115
48.07 Lynch, KA and Greenhouse, JB
Risk factors for infant mortality in Nineteenth-Century Sweden
48, 1 (1994), 117-133
48.08 Galloway, PR, Hammel, EA and Lee, RD
Fertility decline in Prussia, 1875-1910: a pooled cross-section time series analysis
  48, 1 (1994), 135-158
48.09 Bongaarts, J
The impact of the proximate determinants of fertility: a comment on Reinis
  48, 1 (1994), 159-160
48.10 Reinis, KI
The impact of the proximate determinants of fertility: a rejoinder to comments from J Bongaarts
  48, 1 (1994), 161-162
48.11 Okun, BS
Evaluating methods for detecting fertility control: Coale and Trussell's model and cohort parity analysis
  48, 2 (1994), 193-222
48.12 Haines, R
Indigent misfits or shrewd operators? Government-assisted emigrants from the United Kingdom to Australia, 1831-1860
  48, 2 (1994), 223-247
48.13 Kravdal, Ø
The importance of economic activity, economic potential and economic resources for the timing of first births in Norway
  48, 2 (1994), 249-267
48.14 Himes, CL, Preston, SH and Condran, GA
A relational model of mortality at older ages in low mortality countries
  48, 2 (1994), 269-291
48.15 Lloyd, CB and Gage-Brandon, AJ
High fertility and children's schooling in Ghana: sex differences in parental contributions and educational outcomes
  48, 2 (1994), 293-306
48.16 Weir, DR
New estimates of nuptiality and marital fertility in France, 1740-1911
  48, 2 (1994), 307-331
48.17 Paget, WJ and Timaeus, IM
A relational Gompertz model of male fertility: development and assessment
  48, 2 (1994), 333-340
48.18 Keilman, N
Translation formulae for non-repeatable events
48, 2 (1994), 341-357
48.19 Miller, JE
Comment on James Gribble's 'Birth intervals, gestational age, and low birth weight: are the relationships confounded?'
  48, 2 (1994), 359-363
48.20 Feeney, G and Jianhua, Y
Below replacement fertility in China? A close look at recent evidence
  48, 3 (1994), 381-394
48.21 Lee, J, Feng, W and Campbell, C
Infant and child mortality among the Qing nobility. Implications for two types of positive check
  48, 3 (1994), 395-411
48.22 Zhao, Z
Demographic conditions and multi-generation households in Chinese history. Results from genealogical research and microsimulation
  48, 3 (1994), 413-425
48.23 Wolf, AP and Ying-Chang, C
Fertility and women's labour: two negative (but instructive) findings
  48, 3 (1994), 427-433
48.24 Gregson, S, Garnett, GP and Anderson, RM
Assessing the potential impact of the HIV-1 epidemic on orphanhood and the demographic structure of populations in sub-Saharan Africa
  48, 3 (1994), 435-458
48.25 Larsen, U
Sterility in sub-Saharan Africa
  48, 3 (1994), 459-474
48.26 Santow, G and Bracher, M
Change and continuity in the formation of first marital unions in Australia
  48, 3 (1994), 475-496
48.27 Forste, R
The effects of breastfeeding and birth spacing on infant and child mortality in Bolivia
  48, 3 (1994), 497-511
48.28 Huck, P
Infant mortality in nine industrial parishes in northern England, 1813-1836
  48, 3 (1994), 513-526
48.29 Johansson, SR
'The medieval demographic system of the Nordic countries' by Ole Jorgen Benedictow: A review article
  48, 3 (1994), 527-534
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