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Intrinsic and Environmental Factors in American Population Growth: Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (Vol. 80, No. 4)
Intrinsic and Environmental Factors in American Population Growth

Our Price: $35.00
Year: 1939
Pages: 150
Binding pa

Product Code: 143797999X

Contents: Agriculture and Current Population Trends, by Conrad Taeuber; The Social Environment as a Factor in Population Growth, by Warren S. Thompson; Intrinsic Factors in Population Growth, by Frank W. Notestein; A Study of Psychological Factors in Relation to Fertility, by John C. Flanagan; Voluntary and Involuntary Aspects of Childlessness (An Analysis of Data Collected from a Surveyed Group of White Couples in New York City), by Clyde V. Kiser; Mortality in Relation to Widowhood, by Mortimer Spiegelman; Technological Advance in Relation to Population Trends, by Waldemar B. Kaempffert; Prospective Development of Cultural Patterns in Rural America and Their Possible Influence on Population Trends, by Carl Cleveland Taylor; Some Reflections of an Anthropologist on the Future of Our Population, by Harry L. Shapiro; and Contact Points of Population Study with Related Branches of Science, by Alfred J. Lotka. Illus.

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