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Fertility and resources / edited by John Landers and Vernon Reynolds.

By: Landers, John
Contributor(s): Reynolds, Vernon
Language: English Publisher: Cambridge; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1990.Description: vii, 199p. : diagrs., maps, tables ; 24cm.ISBN: 0521395267
Contents:
Contents: Environmental and social determinants of fecundity in primates / R.I.M. Dunbar; Biological aspects of fertility among Third World populations / L. Rosetta; A priliminary report on fertility and socio-economic changes in two New Guinea communities / T.Taufa, V. Mea, J. Lourie; The cultural context of fertility transition in immigrant Mennonites / J. C. Stevenson, P. M. Everson; Inter-relationships between consaguinity, religion and fertility in Karnataka, South India / A.H. Bittles, A. Radha Rama Devi, N. Appaji Rao; Resources and the fertility transition in the countryside of England and Wales / P.R.A. Hinde; Fertility decline and birth spacing among London Quakers / J. Landers; Population growth, innovation and resource exploitation / E. Boserup; Fertility decline in developing countries: the roles of economic modernization, culture and Government interventions / J. Cleland; Understanding recent fertility trends in the Third World / A.G. Hill; Monogamy, landed property and demographic regimes in pre-industrial Europe: regional contrasts and temporal stabilities / R.M. Smith.
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Royal Anthropological Institute Closed Stacks H6/HB [SOC-] (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available L55284

Papers presented to the 31 Symposium held at Oxford University, 1989 for Society of the Study of Human Biology.

Includes bibls.

Contents: Environmental and social determinants of fecundity in primates / R.I.M. Dunbar; Biological aspects of fertility among Third World populations / L. Rosetta; A priliminary report on fertility and socio-economic changes in two New Guinea communities / T.Taufa, V. Mea, J. Lourie; The cultural context of fertility transition in immigrant Mennonites / J. C. Stevenson, P. M. Everson; Inter-relationships between consaguinity, religion and fertility in Karnataka, South India / A.H. Bittles, A. Radha Rama Devi, N. Appaji Rao; Resources and the fertility transition in the countryside of England and Wales / P.R.A. Hinde; Fertility decline and birth spacing among London Quakers / J. Landers; Population growth, innovation and resource exploitation / E. Boserup; Fertility decline in developing countries: the roles of economic modernization, culture and Government interventions / J. Cleland; Understanding recent fertility trends in the Third World / A.G. Hill; Monogamy, landed property and demographic regimes in pre-industrial Europe: regional contrasts and temporal stabilities / R.M. Smith.