Author: Jacquelyn Miller
Category: Social Science
A companion to ALA-award-winning Retrospective Bibliography of American Demographic History (1989), this volume includes literature on American demographic history published from 1984-1994. It covers such topics as marriage and fertility; health, sickness, and mortality; immigration, settlement, and cultural patterns; and family and its structure, roles, and values. It also cites works showing the broad intersections between population matters and such economic, political, and social phenomena as war, oppression, government policy, elections, labor, stereotype, discrimination, and cross-cultural contact or relations.