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  • Underreporting of abortion in surveys of U.S. women : 1976 to 1988
  • Abortion ; Family ; Matrimonial status ; Survey ; United States ; Woman
  • The analysis of statistical data derived from the processing of abortion bulletins collected in France in 1976 leads to the conclusion that, in spite of some undercoverage, these data are reliable enough to permit the description of the phenomenon
  • , through various rates according to age, duration of marriage and lenght of interval since last birth. Unmarried women abort relatively more often than married women. The frequency of abortion increases with parity up to third birth but hardly varies
  • thereafter, if the effect of sterility is duly eliminated. Contrary to what one would expect, abortion rates decrease when duration of marriage increases but it is impossible to specifity whether this is cohort effect or if it is the consequence of a more
  • efficient contraception at older durations. 135.000 abortions have been enregistered in 1976. An evanuation of the undercoverage is proposed which leads to estimate the total number of abortions at approximately 250.000.
  • The validity of survey responses on abortion: evidence from Estonia
  • Abortion ; Birth control ; Demographic behaviour ; Demography ; Enquiry ; Estonia
  • Why abortion rates vary: a geographical examination of the supply of and demand for abortion services in the United States in 1988
  • Abortion ; Accessibility ; Attitude ; Behaviour ; Demography ; Legislation ; Medical services ; Political geography ; Regional disparities ; United States
  • The question of abortion in Serbia
  • Abortion ; Behaviour ; Birth control ; Demography ; Fertility ; Reproduction rate ; Serbia and Montenegro
  • Within the legal framework of the Abortion Act, 1967, the prevalence of abortion in England and Wales during the 1970s has been moderate. Considerable differences have been found in the behaviour of members of different groups. Between 1972 and 1976
  • demand for abortion fell for nearly all categories of women, as a result of the increased efficiency of contraception. These effects were consolidated by more frequent voluntary sterilization of couples who had attained their desired family size. Although
  • increases in the number of abortions which have been recorded recently may be regarded as questioning our interpretation of the figures, the recent increase in fertility suggests the need for caution before accepting an hypothesis that there has been
  • Sociodemographic determinants of abortion in the United States
  • Abortion in the USSR : recent trends
  • Regional dimensions of abortion-facility services
  • Until the late 1960s, population scarcely increased in this part of West Africa due to venereal disease, tuberculosis, malnutrition and induced abortion. - (DWG)
  • Abortion ; Argentina ; Health ; Ideology ; Institution ; Legislation ; Mexico ; Political geography ; Political party ; Woman ; federalism ; policy outcomes ; reproductive rights ; women and parties
  • This article explains the political and institutional factors that affect reproductive rights policies in Argentina and Mexico. It explains that women's positions towards abortion and contraception was greatly shaped by partisanship and ideology
  • Abortion ; Birth control ; Congress ; Demographic behaviour ; Demography ; Family size ; Third World ; Woman
  • Abortion ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Europe ; Fertility ; Mortality ; Natural increase
  • Abortion ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Europe ; Fertility ; Marriage rate ; Mortality ; Population
  • Abortion ; Birth rate ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Divorce ; Europe ; Fertility ; Marriage ; Mortality ; Natural increase
  • Abortion ; Data ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Developed countries ; Divorce ; Europe ; Fertility ; Mortality ; Population ; World
  • Abortion ; Birth rate ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demography ; Developed countries ; Divorce ; Europe ; Fertility ; Former USSR ; Marriage ; Migratory balance ; Mortality ; Natural increase ; Population
  • Abortion ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Fertility ; France ; Immigration ; Life expectancy ; Marriage rate ; Mortality
  • Abortion ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Divorce ; Fertility ; France ; Immigration ; Marriage rate ; Mortality ; Population
  • Abortion ; Central Europe ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Eastern Europe ; Europe ; Fertility ; Marriage rate ; Mortality ; Natural increase