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A list of key readings about Fertility (demography).
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  • Barrett, Richard E., Donald J. Bogue, and Douglas L. Anderton. The Population of the United States 3rd Edition (1997) compendium of data
  • Coale, Ansley J. and Susan C. Watkins, eds. The Decline of Fertility in Europe, (1986)
  • Eversley, D. E. C. Social Theories of Fertility and the Malthusian Debate (1959) online edition
  • Garrett, Eilidh ety al. Family Size in England and Wales: Place, Class, and Demography, 1891-1911(2001) online edition
  • Grabill, Wilson H.. Clyde V. Kiser, Pascal K. Whelpton. The Fertility of American Women (1958), influential study at the peak of the Baby Boom online edition
  • GuzmÁn, JosÉ Miguel et al. The Fertility Transition in Latin America (1996) online edition
  • Haines, Michael R. and Richard H. Steckel (eds.), A Population History of North America. Cambridge University Press, 2000, 752 pp. advanced scholarship
  • Hawes, Joseph M. and Elizabeth I. Nybakken, eds. American Families: a Research Guide and Historical Handbook. (Greenwood Press, 1991)
  • Klein, Herbert S. A Population History of the United States. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 316 pp
  • Knox, P. L. et al. The United States: A Contemporary Human Geography. Longman, 1988. 287 pp.
  • Kohler, Hans-Peter Fertility and Social Interaction: An Economic Perspective (2001) online edition
  • Leete, Richard. Dynamics of Values in Fertility Change (1999) online edition
  • Lovett, Laura L. Conceiving the Future: Pronatalism, Reproduction, and the Family in the United States, 1890-1938, (2007) 236 pages;
  • Mintz Steven and Susan Kellogg. Domestic Revolutions: a Social History of American Family Life. (1988)
  • Pampel, Fred C. and H. Elizabeth Peters, "The Easterlin Effect," Annual Review of Sociology (1995) v21 pp 163-194]
  • Population Reference Bureau, Population Handbook (5th ed. 2004) online (5th ed. 2004), A quick 72pp guide to population dynamics; explains how to calculate and use major rates, ratios, and other measures from the birth rate to the life table; includes tips on interpreting population data.
  • Reed, James. From Private Vice to Public Virtue: The Birth Control Movement and American Society Since 1830. 1978.
  • Tarver, James D. The Demography of Africa (1996) online edition
  • Weeks, John R. Population: An Introduction to Concepts and Issues (10th ed. 2007), standard textbook