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Family planning, sterility and population growth [by] Ronald Freedman, Pascal K. Whelpton [and] Arthur A. Campbell.

New York, McGraw-Hill, 1959.

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Subjects Birth control -- United States.
Birth control.
EE. UU. -- PoblacioĢn.
Family Planning Services.
United States -- Population.
United States.
Series McGraw-Hill series in sociology.
Description xi, 515 pages illustrations.
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Joint study of the Scripps Foundation for Research in Population Problems, Miami Univ., and the Survey Research Center, Univ. of Michigan.
Contents Background and nature of the study -- Sterility and fecundity of American families -- The use of methods to regulate conception -- Family limitation: The social and economic correlates -- Attitudes toward family limitation -- The methods of family limitation used by American couples -- Expected family size: Principal findings and trends -- The influence of fecundity impairments and family planning on number of children -- Family size in different social and economic groups -- Future trends in family size: A longer and broader view -- Population growth, 1955 to 2000.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3430447
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Freedman, Ronald, 1917-2007.
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