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Trends and Variations in Fertility in the United States

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ISBN 9780674418073

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

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  • Foreword by Berwyn F. Mattison
  • Notes on Tables
  • 1. The World Setting
  • 2. Medical and Biological Aspects of Fertility
  • 3. The Control of Fertility
  • 4. Fertility Rates by Color and Ethnic Group
  • 5. Residence
  • 6. Migration in Relation to Fertility
  • 7. Marital Characteristics
  • 8. Illegitimacy
  • 9. Education and Fertility
  • 10. Occupation in Relation to Fertility
  • 11. Income and Other Social and Economic Factors
  • 12. The Relation Between Fertility and Economic Conditions
  • 13. Cohort Fertility
  • 14. Summary
  • Appendix A. Concepts and Measures Used in Cohort Fertility Analysis Based on Vital Statistics
  • Appendix B. Quality of Data on Children Ever Born in the 1960 Census and in Current Population Surveys
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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