13 Women with Large Families: A Sociodemographic Analysis
A great deal of demographic research is currently being conducted in our country. Significantly, it is based not only on official statistics but in large measure also on special sociological-demographic surveys. Each such survey is specifically targeted, making possible more profound analyses of the socioeconomic and sociopsychological mechanisms of demographic processes. Especially valuable from the methodological point of view have been the studies by R. I. Sifman, V. A. Belova, L. A. Darskii, and A. I. Antonov carried out over the last few years.
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Volume (Year): 24 (1982)
Issue (Month): 5 (January)
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