Volume 59, 2005

59.01 Frankenberg, E., Suriastini, W. and Thomas, D. 
Can expanding access to basic healthcare improve children's health status? Lessons from Indonesia's 'midwife in the village' programme
  59, 1 (2005), 5-20
59.02 Andersson, G. and Scott, K. 
Labour-market status and first-time parenthood: The experience of immigrant women in Sweden, 1981-97
  59, 1 (2005), 21-38
59.03 Aleshina, N. and Redmond, G. 
How high is infant mortality in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States
  59, 1 (2005), 39-54
59.04 Perelli-Harris, B. 
The path to lowest-low fertility in the Ukraine
  59, 1 (2005), 55-70
59.05 Kalmijn, M., De Graaf, P. M. and Janssen, J. P. G. 
Intermarriage and the risk of divorce in the Netherlands: The effects of differences in religion and in nationality, 1974-94
  59, 1 (2005), 71-86
59.06 Levene, A. 
The estimation of mortality at the London Foundling Hospital, 1741-99
  59, 1 (2005), 87-98
59.07 Martikainen, P., Martelin, T., Nihtila, E., Majamaa, K. and Koskinen, S. 
Differences in mortality by marital status in Finland from 1976 to 2000: Analyses of changes in marital-status distribution, socio-demographic and household composition, and cause of death
  59, 1 (2005), 99-116
59.08 Erratum
  59, 1 (2005), 117
59.09 Schoen, R. and Canudas-Romo, V. 
Timing effects on first marriage: Twentieth-century experience in England and Wales and the USA
  59, 2 (2005), 135-146
59.10 Woods, R. 
The measurement of historical trends in fetal mortality in England and Wales
  59, 2 (2005), 147-162
59.11 Okun, B. S. and Friedlander, D. 
Educational stratification among Arabs and Jews in Israel: Historical disadvantage, discrimination, and opportunity
  59, 2 (2005), 163-180
59.12 Agree, E. M., Biddlecom, A. E. and Valente, T. W. 
Intergenerational transfers of resources between older persons and extended kin in Taiwan and the Philippines
  59, 2 (2005), 181-196
59.13 DeRose, L. F. and Ezeh, A. C. 
Men's influence on the onset and progress of fertility decline in Ghana, 1988-98
  59, 2 (2005), 197-210
59.14 Kalmijn, M. and Luijkx, R. 
Has the reciprocal relationship between employment and marriage changed for men? An analysis of the life histories of men born in the Netherlands between 1930 and 1970
  59, 2 (2005), 211-232
59.15 Frejka, T. and Sardon, J-P. 
A note on the cohort-fertility analysis in the paper 'Patterns of low and lowest-low fertility in Europe', Population Studies 58(2): 161-176, by Francesco C. Billari and Hans-Peter Kohler
  59, 2 (2005), 233-238
59.16 Billari, F. C. and Kohler, H-P. 
Reply to the note by Frejka and Sardon on our paper 'Patterns of low and lowest-low fertility in Europe' and an erratum
  59, 2 (2005), 239-246
59.17 Johansson, S. R. 
Review essay: Fogel and the history of mortality
  59, 2 (2005), 247-254
59.18 Helleringer, S. and Kohler, H-P. 
Social networks, perceptions of risk, and changing attitudes towards HIV/AIDS: New evidence from a longitudinal study using fixed-effects analysis
59, 3 (2005), 265-282
59.19 Guillot, M. 
The momentum of mortality change
  59, 3 (2005), 283-294
59.20 Zimmer, Z. and Dayton, J. 
Older adults in sub-Saharan Africa living with children and grandchildren
  59, 3 (2005), 295-312
59.21 Saarela, J. and Finnäs, F. 
Mortality inequality in two native population groups
  59, 3 (2005), 313-320
59.22 Edvinsson, S., Brändström, A., Rogers, J. and Broström, G. 
High-risk families: The unequal distribution of infant mortality in nineteenth-century Sweden
  59.3 (2005), 321-337
59.23 Yabiku, S. T. 
  The effect of non-family experiences on age of marriage in a setting of rapid social change
  59.3 (2005), 339-354
59.24 Blacker, J., Opiyo, C., Jasseh, M., Sloggett, A. and Ssekamatte-Ssebuliba, J.
  Fertility in Kenya and Uganda: A comparative study of trends and determinants
  59.3 (2005), 355-373
59.25 Van Dalen, H. P., Groenewold, G. and Fokkema, T.
  The effect of remittances on emigration intentions in Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey
  59.3 (2005), 375-392
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