Volume IX, Issue 1, 2015



Levente Pakot – Maternal health and infant mortality in rural Transylvania. A case study of Vlăhiţa and Căpâlniţa, 1850–1939

Kon K. Madut – Stages of Labor Market Integration and Strategies among the Racialized Migrants-Study

Andreea Moraru – Emigration and the Impact on Children Left Behind, in Slănic Moldova Town

Martin E. Palamuleni – Determinants of contraceptive choices in Malawi

Mahfuzur Rahman, Tapan Kumar Roy – Determinants of Unwanted Fertility in Bangladesh: Whether Sex Preference and Unmet Need are Dominant?

Ionuţ Földes – Intergenerational Care Giving Transfers within Kinship Relations: Rural-Urban Comparison

Anda-Ioana Curta, Ileana Maria Mireştean, Sorina Irimie – Social Predictive Factors of Health Risk Behaviours Among Adolescents from Romania


Corina Doboş – “For a More Just World”: Population and Politics at the World Population Conference, Bucharest 1974

Book Review

Bolovan, Ioan. (2015).  Primul Război Mondial şi realităţile demografice din Transilvania. Familie, moralitate şi raporturi de gen [World War I and the Demographic Realities of Transylvania. Family, Morality and Gender Relation]. Cluj-Napoca: Editura Şcoala Ardeleană, 207 p. ISBN: 978-606-8699-17-2 (reviewed by Luminița Dumănescu)