The Demographic transition in southern Africa: Yet another look at the evidence from Botswana and Zimbabwe
Fertility trends in southern Africa: A debate
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KeywordsTotal Fertility Rate Period Fertility Rate Demographic Transition Fertility Decline Fertility Transition
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