Table of contents for Fertility and mortality : theory, methodology, and empirical issues / edited by K. Mahadevan with P.J. Reddy & D.A. Naidu.


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PART ONE: THEORIES OF FERTILITY
Demographic Foundations of Sex Roles - Kingsley Davis and Pietronella van den Oever
Theories of Fertility Decline - Ronald Freedman
Societal Development and Population Changes - N Krishnan Namboodiri
A Reappraisal of Selected Theories
Some Observations on the Regulation of Fertility - Albert I Hermalin
The Value and Cost of Children - James T Fawcett
Converging Theory and Research
PART TWO: CULTURE AND FERTILITY
Cultural Emphasis in the Mysore Population Study - C Chandrasekaran
Determinants of Religious and Caste Differentials in Fertility - K Mahadevan
A Village Study
Interrelation Between Fertility and Non-Economic Characteristics in India - P Krishnan
Cost of Rearing Children and Fertility - D Usha Rani
Child Labour and Fertility - D A Naidu
Factors in Fertility Decline in Kerala - P K B Nayar
PART THREE: SOCIAL CHANGE AND FERTILITY
Modernization and Fertility Change - K Srinivasan
A Review of Theoretical Developments
Demographic Transition in Kerala - R S Kurup
Socio-Demographic Change in Indonesia - Terence H Hull
Socio-Psychological Determinants of Urban Fertility - P J Reddy
PART FOUR: ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK, MODELS AND MORTALITY
Mortality, Biology and Society - K Mahadevan
Analytical Framework and Conceptual Model
Factors Shaping the Morbidity-Mortality Expectations of Youth - Charles B Nam and Thomas M Harrington
A Socialization Model
Culture, Nutrition and Infant and Childhood Mortality - K Mahadevan et al
PART FIVE: A PROFILE
C Chandrasekaran - Asha A Bhende and V S Badari
A Profile



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fertility, Human.
Fertility, Human -- India -- Case studies.
Mortality.