American Jewish Fertility: Trends and Differentials in the Providence Metropolitan Area (Brown Judaic Studies) download epub
by Calvin Goldscheider
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Fertility and Fertility Differentials: Some Observations on Recent . and C. Goldscheider. Jewish Americans: Three Generations in a Jewish Community. Englewood Cliffs, .
Fertility and Fertility Differentials: Some Observations on Recent Changes in the United States. Pp. 119–142 in M. C. Sheps and J. Ridley (ed., Public Health and Population Change. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Trends and Differentials in Jewish Fertility: A Study of the Providence Metropolitan Area. Fertility of the Jews.
Brown studies on Jews and their societies ; no. 1. General Note: Originally presented as author's thesis (P. Brown University, 1964. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 131-138. Geographic Name: Providence Metropolitan Area (. Uniform Title: Brown studies on Jews and their societies ; no. Rubrics: Jews Rhode Island Providence Metropolitan Area Statistics, Vital Fertility, Human. Download book American Jewish fertility : trends and differentials in the Providence metropolitan area, by Calvin Goldscheider.
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