Demographic crisis: The impact of the Bangladesh civil war (1971) on births and deaths in a rural area of Bangladesh.

@article{Curlin1976DemographicCT,
  title={Demographic crisis: The impact of the Bangladesh civil war (1971) on births and deaths in a rural area of Bangladesh.},
  author={G T Curlin and Lincoln C. Chen and S. Hussain},
  journal={Population studies},
  year={1976},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={87-105}
}
Summary In Matlab Bazaar Thana the Cholera Research Laboratory has registered the births, deaths and migrations in a population of approximately 125,000 since 1966. Although this rural area was not the scene of any significant armed encounters, striking changes in birth and death rates were registered during and after the conflict. Birth rates did not change during the relatively brief period of the civil war, but a small decline was registered for one year after the war. Fertility rates which… CONTINUE READING