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An Historical Perspective on Eighteenth Century Jewish Family
Correlates Causes and Consequences of Jewish Fertility in
The Fertility of Modern Polish Jewry
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abortion age at marriage age group Age of Mother Alsace-Lorraine American American Jews analysis Anhausen Ansbach areas Ashkenazim average number birth cohort birth control Catholic women Catholics census characteristics childbearing children born children ever born compared completed families crude birthrate cultural death demographic transition differences differentials E. A. Wrigley economic ethnic European factors family planning fertility behavior fertility decline fertility desires fertility levels fertility patterns fertility rates French French Jewry Goldscheider higher History household husbands immigration increase intermarriage Israel Israeli Jewish community Jewish fertility Jewish population Jewish women Jewry kibbutz Knodel large families marriage cohort mortality nineteenth century Nonnenweier norms number of children number of Jews occupations percent percentage period Poland population policy pronatalist proportion Protestants and Catholics religion religious groups reproduction rates RSFSR rural Russian sample Sephardim small number social Soviet Jews Statistics Table tion traditional trends Ukraine urban USSR variables village Westoff whereas wives