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Volume 14, issue 4, 1977

On Mortallty pp. 381-389 Downloads
Evelyn Kitagawa
The impact of breast feeding patterns on the biometric analysis of infant mortality pp. 391-409 Downloads
John Knodel and Hallie Kintner
What difference would it make if cancer were eradicated? An examination of the taeuber paradox pp. 411-418 Downloads
Nathan Keyfitz
Measuring The Effects Of Race Differentials In Mortality Upon Surviving Family Members pp. 419-430 Downloads
Gordon Sutton
The Predictive Validity Of Reproductive Intentions pp. 431-453 Downloads
Charles Westoff and Norman Ryder
Target Fertility, Contraception, And Aggregate Rates: Toward A Formal Synthesis pp. 455-479 Downloads
Ronald Lee
Son preference and the demand for additional children in pakistan pp. 481-495 Downloads
M. Khan and Ismail Sirageldin
Residential segregation in urbanized areas of the United States in 1970: An analysis of social class and racial differences pp. 497-518 Downloads
Reynolds Farley
The dimensionality of the urban functional system pp. 519-537 Downloads
Richard Wanner
Population patterns in the past pp. 539-548 Downloads
D. Eversley
Review Symposia pp. 548-556 Downloads
T. Hollingsworth
Review Symposia pp. 557-562 Downloads
Larry Long
Review Symposia pp. 562-569 Downloads
Joseph Mangalam
Sampling variability of own-children fertility estimates pp. 571-580 Downloads
Robert Retherford and Neil Bennett
Measuring the impact of child mortality on fertility: A methodological note pp. 581-590 Downloads
Anne Williams
Further reactions to rogers and ledent’s comment pp. 591-592 Downloads
Robert Schoen
Rejoinder pp. 593-593 Downloads
Andrei Rogers and Jacques Leden
Erratum to: New Evidence on the Value of Birth Expectations pp. 594-594 Downloads
Martin O’Connell and Maurice Moore

Volume 14, issue 3, 1977

New evidence on the value of birth expectations pp. 255-264 Downloads
Martin O’Connell and Maurice Moore
The effect of children on marital dissolution pp. 265-272 Downloads
Andrew Cherlin
Labor force participation of working mothers and family formation: Some further evidence pp. 273-284 Downloads
William Clifford and Patricia Tobin
Sex selection with biased technologies and its effect on the population sex ratio pp. 285-296 Downloads
Andrew Mason and Neil Bennett
Age and parity influences on maternal mortality: United States, 1919–1969 pp. 297-310 Downloads
Linda Berry
Mortality in nineteenth century america: Estimates from New York and Pennsylvania census data, 1865 and 1900 pp. 311-331 Downloads
Michael Haines
A two-sex nuptiality-mortality life table pp. 333-350 Downloads
Robert Schoen
The size-density hypothesis in Great Britain: Analysis of a deviant case pp. 351-361 Downloads
Douglas Massey and G. Edward Stephan
Population forecasting standards: Some consideralions concerning their necessity and content pp. 363-368 Downloads
Donald Pittenger
A comment on samuel preston’s “family sizes of children and family sizes of women” pp. 369-373 Downloads
Gregory Spencer
Reply pp. 375-377 Downloads
Samuel Preston
Erratum to: The concept of population density: A suggestion pp. 378-378 Downloads
Robert Stairs

Volume 14, issue 2, 1977

Community satisfaction, expectations of moving, and migration pp. 147-167 Downloads
Robert Bach and Joel Smith
Residential preferences andmigration pp. 169-178 Downloads
Gordon Jong
Relative income and fertility pp. 179-195 Downloads
Rafiqul Choudhury
Mother’s home time and the production of child quality pp. 197-212 Downloads
Belton Fleisher
Family planning program activity and patient enrollment rates in the United States, 1969 and 1971 pp. 213-222 Downloads
Michael Hout
A vital statistics-based procedure for estimating conception rates pp. 223-238 Downloads
Thomas Pullum and Stephen Williams
The relationship between Schoen’s V and a loglinear measure pp. 239-241 Downloads
Jay Teachman
The concept of population density: A suggestion pp. 243-244 Downloads
Robert Stairs
Spline interpolation of demographic oata pp. 245-252 Downloads
Donald McNeil, T. Trullell and John Turner

Volume 14, issue 1, 1977

Interstate migrants in the United States: Some social-economic differences by type of move pp. 1-17 Downloads
Ann Miller
The use of public transportation in urban areas: Toward a causal model pp. 19-31 Downloads
Joyce Mamon and Harvey Marshall
Cohort, age, and period effects upon the employment of white females: Evidence for 1957–1968 pp. 33-42 Downloads
George Farkas
Wife’s employment and cumulative family size in the United States, 1970 and 1960 pp. 43-65 Downloads
Robert Weller
Marital instability and the economic status of women pp. 67-76 Downloads
Saul Hoffman
The stable equivalent population, age composition, and Fisher’s reproductive value function pp. 77-86 Downloads
Thomas Espenshade and Gregory Campbell
Methodological issues underlying multiple decrement life table analysis pp. 87-96 Downloads
Charles Mode, Roger Avery, Gary Littman and Robert Potter
A new technique for measuring preferences in demographic studies pp. 97-102 Downloads
Katharine Frohardt-Lane, J. Landis and William Bruvold
A model for estimating adolescent sterility among married women pp. 103-104 Downloads
K. Pathak and C. Prasad
The population debate: Dimensions and perspective. Papers of the World Population Conference, Bucharest, 1974 pp. 105-120 Downloads
Nicholas Demerath and Dudley Kirk
Improving the accessibility of data from the census of Canada pp. 121-129 Downloads
J. Stinson
Trends in nonprinted U.S. census and survey data and some research implications pp. 131-135 Downloads
Cynthia Taeuber
Non-American census data in machine readable form pp. 137-140 Downloads
Judith Rowe
Population data in social science data archives: The survey holdings of the roper public opinion research center pp. 141-144 Downloads
Paul Voss
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