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									The Continuing Demographic Transition by  Gavin W. et al (Editor): Jones
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The Continuing Demographic Transition

									The Continuing Demographic Transition by  Gavin W. et al (Editor): Jones
	 - First edition
			 - from Paul Brown Books (SKU: 14772)

The Continuing Demographic Transition

by Jones, Gavin W. et al (Editor):

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-Clarendon Press (29 Jan 1998)-. First edition. xi+453 pages with index. Cloth. Fine in very good dustjacket. From the perspective of human society, one of the most significant occurrences of the twentieth century has been the demographic transition --- the movement from tragic and wastefully high death and birth rates to low rates in many countries. Many other countries, however, are still at only the early or intermediate stages of this process. In these countries, means need to be found to accelerate the transition. This book brings new evidence to bear on aspects of the demographic trasition, with contributions from leading demographers, anthropologists, sociologists, and historians. The book ranges widely over the history and current experience of both developed and developing countries, with particular emphasis on Asia and Africa. The new field of anthropological demography is strongly represented, with contributions challenging much conventional wisdom.

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Title
The Continuing Demographic Transition
Author
Jones, Gavin W. et al (Editor):
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Hardcover
ISBN 10
0198292570
ISBN 13
9780198292579
Publisher
-Clarendon Press (29 Jan 1998)-
Place of Publication
Oxford
This edition first published
March 12, 1998
Keywords
The Continuing Demographic Transition. oxbridge 0198292570

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