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Berelson’s Population Writings in Review

  • John A. Ross
  • W. Parker Mauldin

Abstract

In his professional life, Bernard Berelson ranged widely and left his mark on many fields: library science, communications, behavioral sciences, and population. He had a great appreciation of the quest for knowledge and a great loyalty to the institutions that nurture intellectual development. Especially, it was the application of knowledge to the solution of societal problems that stimulated and guided his efforts.

Keywords

Family Planning Social Setting Fertility Decline Family Planning Program Population Policy 
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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1988

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  • John A. Ross
  • W. Parker Mauldin

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