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1.
2013
Bailey, Martha J. Fifty years of family planning: New evidence on the long-run effects of increasing access to contraception. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. 341-409.
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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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3.
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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4.
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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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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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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11.
1984
Dietz, T. Normative and microeconomic models of voluntary childlessness. Sociological Spectrum. 4, (2-3), 209-228.
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12.
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
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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14.
1982
Marcum, J.P.,  Radosh, M. Religious affiliation, labor force participation and fertility. Sociological Analysis. 42, (4), 353-362.
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1981
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1981
Mosher, W.D. . Fecundity impairments in the United States, 1965 and 1976: Evidence from the National Fertility Survey and National Survey of Family Growth. 50th Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Washington, DC.
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1980
Mueller, C.W.,  Pope, H. Divorce and female remarriage mobility: Data on marriage matches after divorce for white women. Social Forces. 58, (3), 726-738.
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1980
Trussell, James,  Westoff, Charles F. Contraceptive practice and trends in coital frequency. Family Planning Perspectives. 12, (5), 246-249.
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1980
Trent, Roger B. Evidence bearing on the construct validity of ideal family size. Population and Environment. 3, (3-4), 309-327.
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20.
1980
Yoder, Michael L. Religion as a Determinant of Fertility Among White Americans, 1965. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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21.
1979
Dietz, T.M. . Factors Influencing Childlessness Among American Women. Dissertation, University of California, Davis.
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1979
Hirschman, Charles,  Hendershot, Gerry E. Trends in Breast Feeding Among American Mothers. Vital and Health Statistics. Series 23, Data from National Survey of Family Growth, No. 3. (PHS) 79-1979, Hyattsville, MD: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. National Center for Health Statistics.
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23.
1979
Dietz, Thomas . Social and biological factors influencing natural and surgical sterility. North Central Sociological Association (NCSA) annual meetings. Akron, OH.
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24.
1979
Westoff, Charles F. Patterns of aggregate and individual changes in contraceptive practice, United States, 1965-1975. Publication (PHS). 79-1401, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.
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1979
Radosh, Mary F.,  Marcum, John P. The Effects of Labor Force Participation on the Fertility of American Catholics, 1965 and 1970. Midwest Sociological Society Conference. .
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26.
1979
Westoff, Charles F.,  McCarthy, James . Population attitudes and fertility. Family Planning Perspectives. 11, (2), 93-104.
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1978
Bean, F.D.,  Cochrane, S.H.,  Savage, H.,  Wood, C.H. . Income and supply and demand for children: An analysis of wanted versus unwanted fertility. Research in Population Economics: An Annual Compilation of Research. Greenwich, CT: Jai Press.
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29.
1978
Ryder, N.B. . A model of fertility by planning status. Demography. 15, (4), 433-458.
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30.
1977
Bumpass, L.L.,  Mburugu, E.K. . Age at marriage and completed family size. Social Biology. 24, (1), 31-37.
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1977
Rindfuss, Ronald R.,  Bumpass, Larry L. Ferility during marital disruption. Journal of Marriage and Family. 39, (3), 517-528.
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32.
1977
Westoff, Charles F.,  Ryder, Norman B. Attitudes toward abortion. The Contraceptive Revolution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.
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33.
1977
Westoff, Charles F.,  Jones, Elise F. Contraception and sterilization in the United States, 1965-1975. Family Planning Perspectives. 9, (4), 153-157.
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34.
1976
Arney, W.R.,  Trescher W.H. . Trends in Attitudes Toward Abortion, 1972-1975. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. 8, (3), 117-124.
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35.
1976
Bean, Frank D.,  Aiken, Linda H. Intermarriage and unwanted fertility in the United States. Journal of Marriage and Family. 38, (1), 61-72.
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1976
Poston, D.J. . Characteristics of voluntarily and involuntarily childless wives. Social Biology. 23, (3), 198-209.
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37.
1976
Westoff, Charles F. The decline of unplanned births in the United States. Science. 191, (4222), 38-41.
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1975
Beaver, S.E.,  Chape, K. Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility of American Women: a Multivariate Reanalysis of the 1965 National Fertility Study. Variable Coding System.. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Seattle, WA.
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40.
1975
Westoff, Charles F. The yield of the imperfect: The 1970 National Fertility Study. Demography. 12, (4), 573-580.
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41.
1974
Hirschman, C.,  Sweet, J.A. . Social background and breastfeeding among American mothers. Social Biology. 21, (1), 39-57.
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1974
44.
1974
Cohen, Sarah B.,  Sweet, James A. The impact of marital disruption and remarriage on fertility. Journal of Marriage and Family. 36, (1), 87-96.
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1974
Westoff, Charles F. Coital frequency and contraception. Family Planning Perspectives. 6, (3), 136-141.
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46.
1974
Weller, R.H. . Excess and deficit fertility in the United States, 1965. Social Biology. 21, (1), 77-87.
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47.
1973
Dimond, P.A. . National Fertility Studies: Fact Sheet. Washington, DC: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
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48.
1973
Dryfoos, J.G. . A formula for the 1970s: Estimating need for subsidized family planning services in the United States. British Medical Journal. 1, 145-176.
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1973
Cautley, P.W.,  Borgatta, E.F. . Population growth--a challenge to psychologists. Representative Research in Social Psychology . 4, (1), 5-21.
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1973
Wilson, Franklin D.,  Bumpass, Larry . The prediction of fertility among Catholics: A longitudinal analysis. Demography. 10, (4), 591-597.
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