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2000
Campbell, A.A.,  Mosher, W.D. . A history of the measurement of unintended pregnancies and births. Maternal and Child Health Journal . 4, (3), 163-169.
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1996
Rindfuss, Ronald R.,  Brewster, Karin L.,  Kavee, Andrew L. Women, work, and children: Behavioral and attitudinal change in the United States. Population and Development Review. 22, (3), 457-482.
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1995
Chandra, A. His or Hers: the Choice of Contraceptive Sterilization Among Married Couples in the U.S.. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. San Francisco.
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1993
Mosher, W.D.,  Pratt W.F. . The Demography of Infertility in the United States. Annual Progress in Reproductive Medicine. Pearl River, NY: Parthenon Pub. Group.
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1992
Althaus, F. Differences in fertility of Catholics and Protestants are related to timing and prevalence of marriage. Family Planning Perspectives. 24, (5), 234-235.
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1991
Althaus, F. U.S. religious groups vary in patterns of method use, but not in overall contraceptive prevalence. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. 23, (6), 288-290.
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1989
Scritchfield, Shirley A. The infertility enterprise: IVF and the technological construction of reproductive impairments. Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 8, 61-97.
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1988
Yeung, W.J. . The reciprocal effects of female labour force participation and fertility. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta, Population Research Laboratory.
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1987
Wojtkiewicz, R.A.,  McDonald, E. A mimic model for the relationship between education and fertility. CDE Working Paper No. 87-28. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Demography and Ecology.
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1986
Bean, F.D.,  Burr, J.A. . Black/White fertility differences revisited: A reexamination of alternative hypotheses. Texas Population Research Center . Paper No. 8.008, Austin, Texas: .
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1986
Bean, F.D.,  Williams, D.G.,  Zsembik, B. Religious Background as a Factor in the Relationship Between Sibship Structure Fertility. Population Research Center Paper No. 8.015. Austin, TX: Texas Population Research Center.
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1986
Boulier, B.L.,  Mankiw, N.G. . An econometric investigation of Easterlin's `Synthesis Framework': The Philippines and the United States. Population Studies. 40, (3), 473-486.
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1985
Ridley, Jeanne Clare,  Tanfer, Koray,  Myers, David E. U.S. Cohort Fertility Differentials: Religion and Education. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Boston, MA.
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1985
Rosenzweig, Mark R.,  Schultz, T.P. . The demand for and supply of births: Fertility and its life cycle consequences. American Economic Review. 75, (5), 992-1015.
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1984
Swicegood, C. Gray,  Morgan, S. Philip,  Rindfuss, Ronald R. Measurement and replication: Evaluating the consistency of eight U.S. fertility surveys. Demography. 21, (1), 19-33.
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1984
Dietz, T. Normative and microeconomic models of voluntary childlessness. Sociological Spectrum. 4, (2-3), 209-228.
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1984
Bean, F.D.,  Stephen, E.H.,  Burr, J.A. . The temporal relationship between labor force participation and Intended and unintended fertility: Racial and religious comparisons in the United States. Texas Population Research Center Papers 6.007. .
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1983
Atoh, M.N. . Comparative analysis of unplanned births between Japan and the United States, focusing on the effectiveness of fertility control measures. International Population Conference, Manila 1981: Proceedings and Selected Papers. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.
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1983
Calkins, S.,  Heaton, T.B. . Family size and contraceptive use among Mormons: 1965-75. Review of Religious Research . 25, (2), 102-113.
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1983
Koo, Helen P.,  Janowitz, Barbara K. Interrelationships between fertility and marital dissolution: Results of simultaneous logit model. Demography. 20, (2), 129-145.
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1983
Hendershot, Gerry E. Coitus-related cervical cancer risk factors: Trends and differentials in racial and religious groups. American Journal of Public Health. 73, (3), 299-301.
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1983
Bumpass, Larry . The Comparability of Fertility and Marital Histories Across Fertility Surveys and Current Population Surveys. CDE Working Paper No. 83-9. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, Center for Demography and Ecology.
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1983
Pol, L.G. . Childlessness: A panel study of expressed intentions and reported fertility. Social Biology. 30, (3), 318-327.
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1983
Sloane, Douglas M.,  Lee, Che-Fu . Sex of previous children and intentions for further births in the United States, 1965-1976. Demography. 20, (3), 353-367.
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