Volume 8, 1954/5

08.01 Shapiro, S
Recent testing of birth registration completeness in the United States
  8, 1 (1954), 3-21
08.02 Banks, JA and Banks, O
The Bradlaugh-Besant trial and the English newspapers
  8, 1 (1954), 22-34
08.03 Freedman, R and Sharp, H
Correlates of values about ideal family size in the Detroit metropolitan area
  8, 1 (1954), 35-45
08.04 Watson, C
Population policy in France: family allowances and other benefits. II
  8, 1 (1954), 46-73
08.05 Brass, W
The estimation of fertility rates from ratios of total to first births
  8, 1 (1954), 74-87
08.06 Martin, CJ
Note on the use of statistics of total fertility to provide estimates of crude birth rates
  8, 1 (1954), 88-91
08.07 Bulbring, M
Post-war refugees in Great Britain
  8, 2 (1954), 99-112
08.08 Gross, E
The role of density as a factor in metropolitan growth in the United States of America
  8, 2 (1954), 113-120
08.09 Mortara, G
The development and structure of Brazil's population
  8, 2 (1954), 121-139
08.10 Silcock, H
Precision in population estimates
  8, 2 (1954), 140-147
08.11 Schneider, JRL
Note on the accuracy of local population estimates
8, 2 (1954), 148-150
08.12 Silcock, H
Note on Mr Schneider's analysis
  8, 2 (1954), 151
08.13 Watson, C
A survey of recent Belgian population policy
  8, 2 (1954), 152-187
08.14 Stern, C
The facts of life
  8, 2 (1954), 188-191
08.15 Roberts, GW
Some aspects of mating and fertility in the West Indies
  8, 3 (1955), 199-227
08.16 Petersen, W
John Maynard Keynes's theories of population and the concept of 'optimum'
  8, 3 (1955), 228-246
08.17 Rowntree, G
Early childhood in broken families
  8, 3 (1955), 247-263
08.18 Spengler, JJ
Marshall on the population question. Part I
  8, 3 (1955), 264-287
08.19 Benjamin, B
Quality of response in census taking
  8, 3 (1955), 288-293
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