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Volume 53, Number 2, 1999

How can a homeostatic perspective enhance demographic transition theory?
pp. 117-128(12)
Author: AIREY, CHRIS WILSON A N D PAULINE

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Demography of brideprice and dowry: Causes and consequences of the Indian marriage squeeze
pp. 129-148(20)
Authors: MARI BHAT, P. N.; HALLI, SHIVA S.

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Religion and reproduction: Muslims in Buddhist Thailand
pp. 149-164(16)
Authors: KNODEL, JOHN; GRAY, ROSSARIN SOOTTIPONG; SRIWATCHARIN, PORNTIP; PERACCA, SARA

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Effects of age misreporting on mortality estimates at older ages
pp. 165-177(13)
Authors: PRESTON, SAMUEL H.; ELO, IRMA T.; PRESTON, SAMUEL H.

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Apostles and Zionists: The influence of religion on demographic change in rural Zimbabwe
pp. 179-193(15)
Authors: GREGSON, SIMON; ZHUWAU, TOM; ANDERSON, ROY M.; CHANDIWANA, STEPHEN K.

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Pregnancy-related school dropouts in Botswana
pp. 195-209(15)
Authors: MEEKERS, DOMINIQUE; AHMED, GHYASUDDIN

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Stepfamily fertility in contemporary Sweden: The impact of childbearing before the current union
pp. 211-225(15)
Authors: VIKAT, ANDRES; THOMSON, ELIZABETH; HOEM, JAN M.

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Marital splits and income changes: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey
pp. 237-254(18)
Authors: JARVIS, SARAH; JENKINS, STEPHEN P.

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Population momentum for gradual demographic transitions
pp. 255-262(8)
Authors: LI, NAN; TULJAPURKAR, SHRIPAD

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Book Reviews
pp. 263-273(11)

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