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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvii
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 3-10
    3. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 11-18
    4. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 19-31
    5. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 33-48
    6. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 49-61
    7. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 63-73
  3. Country Chapters

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 75-75
    2. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 77-115
    3. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 117-143
    4. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 145-166
    5. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 167-198
    6. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 199-229
    7. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 231-264
    8. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 265-301
    9. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 303-334
    10. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 335-365
    11. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 367-395
    12. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 397-426
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      Pages 427-457
    14. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 459-487
    15. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 489-518
    16. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 519-550
    17. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 551-578
    18. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 579-608
    19. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 609-637
    20. Franz Rothenbacher
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    21. Franz Rothenbacher
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    22. Franz Rothenbacher
      Pages 703-763
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 765-846

About this book

Introduction

The European Population, 1850-1945 is the first volume of two on demographics. The second volume will appear as part of the Societies of Europe series in 2003 and will cover changes until the year 2000. The European Population, 1850-1945 is a comparative and historical data handbook and accompanying CD-ROM presenting series data on demographic developments, population and household structures for the countries of Western and Central Europe. All major fields of demographic change are covered: fertility, mortality, marriage, and divorce. Population figures are given for each population census by sex, civil status and age. Major demographic developments within the family are described providing a commentary on the main population structures and trends in Europe since the 19th century.

Keywords

demographic change Demographic transition Demographics demography divorce education family growth information methodology of the social sciences mortality pain population growth social science statistics

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