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  1. "The data support the hypothesis that there is a positive association between frequency of separation and extent of sterility" (99)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  2. "Societies having high child mortality have a low fertility level and vice versa" (140)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  3. "Our data support the hypothesis that there is a negative association between the incidence of sterility and fertility" (122)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  4. "The data available for the selected societies do not support the hypothesis that there is a positive association between the period of postpartum abstinence and extent of polygyny" (80)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  5. "The data do not support the hypothesis that there is a negative association between the use of contraceptive devices and fertility level in nonindustrial societies" (134)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  6. "The data . . . Do not support the hypothesis of positive associations between . . . polygyny and . . . Sterility or childlessness" (96)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  7. "[Our] data do not support the hypothesis that polygyny is associated with reduced fertility" (94)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  8. "The data support the hypothesis that there is a positive association between the prevalence of venereal diseases and incidence of sterility" (123)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  9. "The data do not support the hypothesis that the age of women at entry into regular sexual union is negatively associated with fertility" (90)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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  10. "There is a negative association between the period of postpartum abstinence and fertility level. . . . Societies with long periods of postpartum abstinence have generally low fertility and vice versa" (79)Nag, Moni - Factors affecting human fertility in nonindustrial societies: a cross-cultu..., 1962 - 2 Variables

    Focusing on 61 preindustrial societies that have information on fertility, the author asks what factors may explain variation in fertility, what devices are used to control fertility, and whether differences in fertility appear to be in line with the societies' environments.

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