3 edition of New Perspectives on Fertility in Britain (Studies on Medical and Population Subjects) found in the catalog.
New Perspectives on Fertility in Britain (Studies on Medical and Population Subjects)
Maire N. Bhrolchain
October 1993 by Bernan Press .
Written in English
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "OPCS, Office of Population Censuses & Surveys"--Cover. "A publication of the Government Statistical Service"--Cover.
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Fertility, Class and Gender in Britain, Geoffrey Barnes and Timothy W. Guinnane Abstract Simon Szreter’s book Fertility, Class, and Gender in Britain, argues that social and economic class fails to explain the cross-sectional differences in marital fertility as reported in the census of England and Wales.
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“It is an honor and a [ ]. IMC Inspired by Levi’s call for Leeds and Kalamazoo papers on the blog a few weeks ago I thought I’d post one of my own for Leeds I’m currently in the process of putting together a session (or two, if there’s a lot of interest) on Fertility and Infertility for next year’s International Medieval Congress at Leeds.
I’ve been working on a long-term project on medieval. The e-book is not intended to be a substitute for taking proper medical advice and should not be relied upon in this way. Always consult a qualified doctor or health practitioner.
The author and publisher cannot accept responsibility for • Understanding Fertility and Infertility. Ní Bhrolcháin, M. (a), ‘Describing time trends in fertility using maternity history information’, in M.
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