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fertility values and acceptance of population control - and the fertility values of college students research on the general popula tion has shown that non whites have a higher fertility level than whites and that lower class families have a higher fertility level than middle and upper class families bogue 1967 blake 1969 smith and zopf 1970, college women and fertility values by charles f westoff - college women and fertility values office of population research attention is paid to an earlier finding that catholic college graduates have higher fertility than catholic high school graduates although higher education is usually associated with lower fertility office of population research format adobe pdf ebook 6 6 mb college, college women and fertility values office of population - buy college women and fertility values office of population research by charles f westoff raymond h potvin isbn 9780691650036 from amazon s book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders, college women and fertility values muse jhu edu - college women and fertility values charles f westoff raymond h potvin published by princeton university press westoff f potvin h population research at princeton university and the center for population research at georgetown university a large probability sample of all, 9780691623375 college women and fertility values office - college women and fertility values office of population research westoff charles f, college women and fertility values project muse - in regard to fertility a paper presented at the united nations world population conference belgrade yugoslavia august 3 o september 10 1965 and his book the population explosion and christian responsi bility new york oxford university press 1960 pp 95 209 5 psalms 51 5 6 yebamoth 34b 35a niddah 45a, westoff c and potvin r college women and fertility - do women come to college with their attitudes and values in this regard already formed this study of 15 000 women freshmen and seniors in 45 american colleges and universities both secular and nonsecular attempts to answer this question and to determine how such characteristics as religious preference career intentions and the number of children in her own family influence a woman s fertility values