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Fall 2007 Reading List
1. Family Planning / Reproductive Health Programs
1. McIntosh, C. A. and J. L. Finkle. 1995. The Cairo Conference on Population and
Development. Population and Development Review 21: 223-260.
2. Pritchett, Lant H. 1994. “Desired fertility and the impact of population policies.”
Population and Development Review, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp.1-55.
3. Hodgson, Dennis and Susan Cotts Watkins.
Past and Present Alliances.” PDR. 1997
“Feminists and Neo-Malthusians:
4. Bongaarts, J. 1991. “The KAP-Gap and the Unmet Need for Contraception.”
Population and Development Review, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 293-313.
5. Crossette, Barbara. 2004. “Has the Cairo Consensus Lost Momentum: A
Journalist’s View”. 37th Meeting of Commission on Population and
Development, UN.
6. Potter, J. E. and A. I. Mundigo. 2004. “Fertility Planning”, Chapter in The
Handbook of Population, Dudley L. Poston, Jr. and Michael Micklin, editors,
7. Finkle, J.L. and C.A. McIntosh. 2002. “United Nations population conferences:
Shaping the policy agenda for the twenty-first century.” Studies in Family
Planning 33 (1): 11-23.
8. Harbison, S.F. and W.C. Robinson. 2002. “Policy implications of the next world
demographic transition.” Studies in Family Planning 33(1): 37-48.
9. Obermeyer, C. M. 1999. The Cultural Context of Reproductive Health:
Implications for Monitoring the Cairo Agenda. International Family Planning
Perspectives 25(supplement): 50-55.
1. 1 Family Planning / Reproductive Health Programs in Latin America.
10. Potter, J.E. and R. Tuiran-Gutierrez. 2005. “Population and Development: Then
and Now,” in Rethinking Latin American Development, (eds.) C.H. Wood and
B.R. Roberts. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press. Pp. 249-268.
11. Demografia e ideologia: trajetos históricos e os desafios do Cairo + 10. Alves,
José Eustáquio and Sônia Corrêa
12. Cairo+10: os desafios no Brasil e na América Latina Cooper Patriota, Tânia
13. As Políticas Populacionais e os Direitos Reprodutivos: “O Choque de
Civilizações” versus Progressos Civilizatórios. Alves, José Eustáquio
14. Mundigo, Axel. 1996. “The Role of Family Planning Programs in the Fertility
Transition of Latin America.” Pp. 192-212 in The Fertility Transition in Latin
15. Moreno, Lorenzo and Singh, Susheela. 1996. “Fertility Decline Change in
Proximate Determinants in the Latin American and Caribbean Regions.” Pp. 113134 in The Fertility Transition in Latin America.
16. Larragana, O. 2006. Fertilidad en Chile, 1960-2003. Paper presented at the 2006
Encuentro de la Sociedad de Economia de Chile, available at
17. Guzmán, José M. 1996. “Introduction: Social Change and Fertility Decline in
Latin American.” Pp. xxiixxxi in The Fertility Transition in Latin America, Eds.
José M. Guzmán, Susheela Singh, Germán Rodriguez, and Edith A. Pantelides.
Oxford: Clarendon Press.
18. Chackiel, Juan and Schkolnik, Susana. 2003. “América Latina: los sectores
rezagados en la transición de la fecundidad”. Serie Población y Desarrrollo 42.
19. Rodríguez, Jorge. 2003. “La fecundidad alta en América Latina y el Caribe: un
riesgo en transición”. Serie Población y Desarrrollo 46. Celade.
2. Diffusion, Social Interaction and Development Structural Changes.
1. Bongaarts, John; Watkins, Susan C. 1996. Social interactions and contemporary
fertility transitions. Population and Development Review, Vol. 22, No. 4, Dec. pp.
639-82 on general reading list
2. Rutenberg, N. and S. C. Watkins. 1997. The Buzz Outside the Clinics:
Conversations and Contraception in Nyanza Province, Kenya. Studies in Family
Planning 28 (4): 290-30 on general reading list
3. Cleland, J. and C. Wilson. 1987. Demand theories of the fertility transition: An
iconoclastic view. Population Studies 41:5-30.
4. Pollak, Robert A; S. C. Watkins. 1993. “Cultural and Economic Approaches to
fertility: proper marriage or mesalliance?” Population and Development Review
19(3): 467-496
5. Kohler, H.-P. 1997. “Learning in Social Networks and Contraceptive Choice,”
Demography 34(3): 369-384.
6. Montgomery, M. and J. Casterline. 1996. Social learning, social influence, and
new models of fertility. Pp. S151-S175 in J. Casterline, R. Lee, and K. Foote
(eds.) Fertility in the United States: New Patterns, New Theories. Supplement to
Population and Development Review 22.
7. Behrman, J. R., H.-P. Kohler, and S. C. Watkins. 2002. “Social Networks and
Changes in Contraceptive Use over Time: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study in
Rural Kenya.” Demography 39 (4): 713-738.
8. Entwisle, B., R. R. Rindfuss, D. K. Guilkey, A. Chamratrithirong, S. R. Curran,
and Y. Sawangdee. 1996. “Community and Contraceptive Choice in Rural
Thailand: a Case Study of Nang Rong,” Demography 33(1): 1-11.
9. Brown, J. C. and T. W. Guinnane. 2002. Fertility transition in a rural, Catholic
population: Bavaria, 1880-1910. Population Studies 56 (1): 35-49.
2.1 Diffusion, Social Interaction and Contraceptive Choice in Latin America.
10. Potter, J. E. 1999. “The Persistence of Outmoded Contraceptive Regimes: The
Cases of Mexico and Brazil”. Population and Development Review 25(4): 703739.
11. Potter, J. E., C. Schmertmann, and S. M. Cavenaghi.2002. Fertility and
Development: Evidence from Brazil. Demography 39(4): 739-761. on general
reading list.
12. Bravo, Jorge. 1996. “Theoretical Views of Fertility Transition in Latin America:
What is the relevance of the diffusionist approach?” Pp. 213-226 in The Fertility
Transition in Latin America.
13. Faria, Vilmar. 1989. "Politicas de governo e regulacao da fecundidade:
Consequencias não antecipadas e efeitos perversos," in Ciencias sociais hoje
1989. Sao Paulo: Ed.Vertice, pp. 62-103. (Benson en sala: H 8 P8 C56 1989-91)
14. Balan, Jorge, and Silvina Ramos. 1989. “La medicalización del comportamiento
reproductivo: un estudio exploratorio sobre la demanda de anticonceptivos en los
sectores populares”. Documento CEDES 29. Buenos Aires : CEDES, 1989
(Benson: HQ 763.6 A7 B35 1989 ).
15. Carvalho, Jose Alberto and Rodriguez Wong, Laura. 1996. “The Fertility
Transition in Brazil: Causes and Consequences.” Pp. 373-396 in The Fertility
Transition in Latin America.
16. LAM, D., & DURYEA, S.(1999) Effects of schooling on fertility, labor supply,
and investment in children with evidence from Brazil. Journal of Human
Resources, v.34, n.1, p.160-192.
17. MARTINE, G. (1996) Brazil’s Fertility Decline, 1965-95: A Fresh Look at Key
Factors. Population and Development Review. V. 22. No.1 pp. 47-75.
18. Rosero-Bixby, 1996. Nuptiality Trends and Fertility Transition in Latin America.
19. Rosero Bixby, Luis and Casterline, John. Modeling Diffusion Effects in Fertility
20. Zavala de Cosio, Maria Eugenia. 1996. The demographic Transition in Latin
America and Europe
3. Below Replacement Fertility and the Second Demographic Transition
1. Rindfuss, R. R., K. Guzzo, and S. P. Morgan. 2000. “The Changing Institutional
Context of Low Fertility,” Population Policy and Research Review 22(5/6): 411438.
2. Demeny, Paul. 2003. “Population Policy Dilemmas in Europe at the Dawn of the
Twenty-First Century”. Population and Development Review 29(1): 1-28.
3. Lesthaeghe, R. and P. Willens. 1999. “Is Low Fertility Only a Temporary
Phenomenon in the European Union?” Population and Development Review
25(2): 211-228.
4. Livi-Bacci. M. 2001. “Too Few Children and Too Much Family. (young adults
overly dependent on parents)” Daedalus Summer 130 (3) p139 (6498 words).
5. McDonald, 2006. “Low Fertility and the State: The Efficacy of Policy.”
Population and Development Review 32(2): 485-510.
6. Morgan, S. P. 2003. “Is Low Fertility a Twenty-First Century Demographic
Crisis?”, Demography 40(4): 589-603.
7. Sobotka T. 2004. “Is lowest-low fertility in Europe explained by the
postponement of childbearing?” Population and Development Review 30 (2): 195205.
8. Bongaarts, J. 2000. ¿Fertility and Reproductive Preferences in Post-Transitional
Societies.¿ In Bulatao and Casterline (eds) Global Fertility Transition.
9. Delgado Perez, Marita, and Massimo Livi-Bacci. 1992 ¿Fertility in Italy and
Spain: The Lowest in the World.¿ Family Planning Perspectives 24(4): 162-171
3.1 Below Replacement Fertility and the Second Demographic Transition in Latin
10. Catasus de Cervera, Sonia and Fraga, Juan Carlos Alfonso. 1996. The Fertility
Transition in Cuba“.” Pp. 414-437 in The Fertility Transition in Latin America.
11. Cambios y desigualdad en las familias latinoamericanas. Arriagada, Irma. Revista
de la Cepal 77, 2002.
12. Goldani, Ana Maria. What Will Happen to Brazilian Fertility?