Death, Sex and Fertility: Population Regulation in Preindustrial and Developing Societies

EB Ross, M Harris

Research output: Book/Report/Inaugural speech/Farewell speechBookAcademic


The book examines the social, economic and biological aspects of reproduction control and regulation from palaeolithic times to now. It argues that population control has been an intrinsic aspect of human adaptation, and that population regulation has been and continues to be indissolubly linked to trends and patterns of human economic and social development
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Place of PublicationNew York
Publication statusPublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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