Population Research and Policy Review (2005) 24: 695–697 DOI 10.1007/s11113-005-6721-2 Volume 24, No. 1 (February 2005) Koﬁ D. Benefo / Child schooling and contraceptive use in rural Africa:A Ghanaian case study 1–25 Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew and Gordon F. Dejong / Do household structure and household economic resources predict childhood immunization? Evidence from Jamaica andTrinidad and Tobago 27–57 Michael J. White, Eva Tagoe, Catherine Stiff, Kubaje Adazu and Daniel Jordan Smith / Urbanization and the fertility transition in Ghana 59–83 Chiweni Chimbwete, Susan Cotts Watkins and Eliya Msiyaphazi Zulu / The evolution of population policies in Kenya and Malawi 85–106 Godfrey Gibbison and Chris Paul / Foster care and the educa- tional attainment of Jamaican children1 107–123 Volume 24, No. 2 (April 2005) Feinian Chen / Residential patterns of parents and their married children in contemporary China: A life course approach 125–148 Carol E. Kaufman and Saumya Ramarao / Community conﬁden- tiality, consent, and the individual research process: Implications for demographic research 149–173 Felix Bu ¨ chel and Joachim R. Frick / Immigrants’ economic performance across Europe – does immigration policy matter? 175–212 Volume 24, No. 3 (June 2005) Call for submissions Will you be at the Southern Demographic Association Conference
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