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    Time Trends and Determinants of Completed Family Size in a Rural Community From the Basque Area of Spain.Miguel A. Alfonso-sánchez, José A. Peña & Rosario Calderón - 2003 - Journal of Biosocial Science 35 (4):481-497.
    The focus of this work is the analysis of changes in completed family size and possible determinants of that size over time, in an attempt to characterize the evolution of reproductive patterns during the demographic transition. With this purpose in mind, time trends are studied in relation to the mean number of live births per family (as an indirect measure of fertility), using family reconstitution techniques to trace the reproductive history of each married woman. The population surveyed is a Spanish (...)
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    Demographic and Health Patterns in a Rural Community From the Basque Area in Spain (1800-1990).Miguel A. Alfonso Sanchez, Victoria Panera Mendieta, JOSÉ A. Pena & Rosario Calderón - 2002 - Journal of Biosocial Science 34 (4):541-558.
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    Demographic and Health Patterns in a Rural Community From the Basque Area in Spain (1800–1990).Miguel A. Alfonso Sánchez, Victoria Panera Mendieta, José A. Peña & Rosario Calderón - 2002 - Journal of Biosocial Science 34 (4):541-558.
    In this work, the evolution of demographic and health patterns in a Basque rural population from Spain is analysed, as they relate to progress in demographic and epidemiological transition. For this purpose, parochial record data on 13,298 births and 9215 deaths, registered during the 19th and 20th centuries (180090) resulting from cardiovascular diseases and malignant neoplasms (post-transition causes). This last point is in contrast with observations from the first four decades of the 20th century, when infectious diseases and respiratory ailments (...)
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