Late foetal and infant mortality in Australia, 1935-66
This thesis delineates the problem of reproductive wastage in Australia. In its major objectives it is a pioneering endeavour, in this country, to study the influence of various demographic variables in the interstate variation in late foetal and infant mortality. The variables selected are legitimacy, place of residence, age of mother and parity. The great bulk of the data employed in this investigation is derived from the annual bulletin, Demography - the official publication of...[Show more]
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