An analysis of the population growth and mortality of selected birth cohorts in Australia, with reference to the relationship between cohort and transverse (or calendar year) experience
Historical studies of population often seem to fall into two categories - those which refer to real people and to the events which befell them, but with little reference to the way that their experience fitted into the context of the total population, and with few, if any, statistical facts about population size and other demographic variables - and others which are virtually an analysis of large volumes of statistical data, but with little thought of what really happened to the people...[Show more]
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