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Stanley Kupinsky
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Kupinsky, S. The fertility of working women in the United States: Historical trends and theoretical perspectives. New York: Praeger, 1977. Lauriat, P. The effect of marital disruption on fertility. Journal of Marriage and the Family,1969, 31,484–493. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Lee, C. & Kahn, M. M. Factors related to the intention to have additional children in the United States: A reanalysis of data from the 1965 and 1970 national fertility studies.

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In the present study 8 independent variables were correlated with 1 measure of fertility. The level of infant mortality has been shown to be associated with fertility. The universe for the present study consisted of 3134 counties (or county equivalents) in the United States. From these a 1-in-5 sample was selected by combining 2 1-in-10 systematic samples each having a different random starting point.

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