Changing family size in England and Wales: place, class and demography, 1891–1911

@article{Riley2003ChangingFS,
  title={Changing family size in England and Wales: place, class and demography, 1891–1911},
  author={James C. Riley},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={2003},
  volume={47},
  pages={261 - 263}
}
  • J. Riley
  • Published 1 April 2003
  • Art
  • Medical History
Abergavenny, 26, 30, 32–4, birthplace profile 83 celibacy 225–7 class profile 79 community-level variables 472–3 employment ‘at home’ 81 environment 98, 99 farmer–worker ratio 292 female employment 33, 77, 81, 301–5 fertility 218, 246, 247, 248, 317–19 marital status 220, 228 married-spouse-absent 66 nuptiality 218, 219–20, 222 occupations 74, 76, 77 sectors 48, 49, 50–1, 99 ‘Welshness’ 248 see also Blaenavon; Llanarth; Llanvihangel Crucorny abortion 18, 85, 311, 430 abstinence, sexual 18, 249… 
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