Postmodern fertility preferences

from changing value orientation to new behaviour
  • 52 Pages
  • 0.79 MB
  • English
Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University , Canberra
Fertility, Human -- Social aspects., Demography -- History -- 20th cen
StatementDirk J. van de Kaa.
SeriesWorking papers in demography ;, no. 74
ContributionsKaa, D. J. van de., Australian National University. Research School of Social Sciences.
LC ClassificationsQP251 .P67 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination52 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3596671M
LC Control Number2002318103

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