Volume 49, 1995

49.01 Sandiford, P, Cassel, J, Montenegro, M and Sanchez, G
The impact of women's literacy on child health and its interaction with access to health services
  49, 1 (1995), 5-17
49.02 Santow, G
Coitus interruptus
and the control of natural fertility
  49, 1 (1995), 19-43
49.03 Goodkind, DM
The significance of demographic triviality: minority status and zodiacal fertility timing among Chinese Malaysians
  49, 1 (1995), 45-55
49.04 Finnäs, F
Entry into consensual unions and marriages among Finnish women born between 1938 and 1967
  49, 1 (1995), 57-70
49.05 Martikainen, P
Mortality and socio-economic status among Finnish women
  49, 1 (1995), 71-90
49.06 Clark, S, Colson, E, Lee, J and Scudder, T
Ten thousand Tonga: a longitudinal anthropological study from southern Zambia, 1956-1991
  49, 1 (1995), 91-109
49.07 Pedersen, J
Drought, migration and population growth in the Sahel: the case of the Malian Gourma: 1900-1991
  49, 1 (1995), 111-126
49.08 Jiang, L
Changing kinship structure and its implications for old age support in urban and rural China
  49, 1 (1995), 127-145
49.09 Horiuchi, S
The cohort approach to population growth: a retrospective decomposition of growth rates for Sweden
49, 1 (1995), 147-163
49.10 Desjardins, B
Bias in age at marriage in family reconstitutions: evidence from French-Canadian data
  49, 1 (1995), 165-169
49.11 Desai, S
When are children from large families disadvantaged? Evidence from cross-national analyses
  49, 2 (1995), 195-210
49.12 Anderson, BA and Silver, BD
Ethnic differences in fertility and sex ratios at birth in China: evidence from Xinjiang
  49, 2 (1995), 211-226
49.13 Goldman, N, Takahashi, S and Hu, Y
Mortality among Japanese singles: a re-investigation
  49, 2 (1995), 227-239
49.14 Velkoff, VA and Miller, JE
Trends and differentials in infant mortality in the Soviet Union, 1970-90: how much is due to misreporting?
  49, 2 (1995), 241-258
49.15 ÓGráda, C and Walsh, B
Fertility and population in Ireland, North and South
  49, 2 (1995), 259-279
49.16 Wilmoth, JR
Are mortality rates falling at extremely high ages? An investigation based on a model proposed by Coale and Kisker
49, 2 (1995), 281-295
49.17 Haines, MR
Socio-economic differentials in infant and child mortality during mortality decline: England and Wales, 1890-1911
  49, 2 (1995), 297-315
49.18 Bankole, A
Desired fertility and fertility behaviour among the Yoruba of Nigeria: a study of couple preferences and subsequent fertility
  49, 2 (1995), 317-328
49.19 Larsen, U
Differentials in infertility in Cameroon and Nigeria
  49, 2 (1995), 329-346
49.20 Keilman, N and Van Imhoff, E
Cohort quantum as a function of time-dependent period quantum for non-repeatable events
  49, 2 (1995), 347-352
49.21 Feng, W, Lee, J and Campbell, C
Marital fertility control among the Qing nobility: implications for two types of preventive check
  49, 3 (1995), 383-400
49.22 Williams, N and Galley, C
Urban-rural differentials in infant mortality in Victorian England
49, 3 (1995), 401-420
49.23 Van Poppel, F
Widows, widowers and remarriage in Nineteenth-Century Netherlands
49, 3 (1995), 421-441
49.24 Ronsmans, C
Patterns of clustering of child mortality in a rural area of Senegal
  49, 3 (1995), 443-461
49.25 Panis, CWA and Lillard, LA
Child mortality in Malaysia: explaining ethnic differences and the recent decline
  49, 3 (1995), 463-479
49.26 Das Gupta, M
Fertility decline in Punjab, India: parallels with historical Europe
  49, 3 (1995), 481-500
49.27 Elman, C and Uhlenberg, P
Co-residence in the early Twentieth Century: elderly women in the United States and their children
  49, 3 (1995), 501-517
49.28 Reher, D
Wasted investments: some economic implications of childhood mortality patterns
  49, 3 (1995), 519-536
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