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Diamond, I. and Holmes, D.J. (eds.) (1991) Fertility in Africa, Voorburg, Netherlands, International Statistical Institute, 165pp. (Proceedings and Monographs Series, 3).

Allan, Graham and Skinner, Chris (1991) Handbook for research students in the social sciences, London, UK, Routledge Falmer, 300pp.

Chikusa, Nyovani Madise (1991) Effects of breastfeeding on infant and child morbidity and malnourishment using multinomial logistic model. In, Patel, M.S. and Nokoe, S. (eds.) Biometry for Development, Proceedings of the First Scientific Meeting of the Biometric Society, Nairobi, Kenya. 2-6 April 1990. First scientific meeting of the Biometric Society, Kenya Group and East/Central African Network, Duduville, ICIPE-Kasarani , ICIPE Science Press, 187-193.

Curtis, S.L., Diamond, I. and McDonald, J. (1991) Birth interval effects and healthy families. In, Demographic and Health Surveys World Conference, Washington D.C., USA, 05 - 07 Aug 1991. IRD/Macro International, Maryland23pp.

Curtis, S.L., Diamond, I. and McDonald, J. (1991) Birth interval effects and healthy families in Brazil. In, Demographic and Health Surveys World Conference, Washington, US, 05 - 07 Aug 1991. Columbia, US, IRD/Macro International, 1207-1227.

Curtis, S.L. and McDonald, J.W. (1991) Birth spacing and infant mortality in Brazil. Journal of Biosocial Science, 23, (3), 343-352. (doi:10.1017/S0021932000019404). (PMID:1885631).

Davison, A.C., Smith, P.W.F. and Whittaker, J. (1991) An exact conditional test for covariance selection models. Australian Journal of Statistics, 33, 313-318.

Diamond, I., Gaminiratne, K.H.W., Matthews, Z., McDonald, J.W. and Streatfield, K. (1991) The demographic impact of increased immunisation: an initial evaluation. In, Proceedings of Demographic and Health Surveys World Conference. Demographic and Health Surveys World Conference Columbia, Maryland, USA, Institute for Resource Development/Macro International, 475-504. (Demographic and Health Surveys, 2 3).

Diamond, I., Gaminiratne, K.H.W., McDonald, J., Mathews, Z. and Streatfield, K. (1991) The demographic impact of increased immunisation: an initial evaluation. In, Demographic and Health Surveys World Conference 1991, Washington D.C., USA, 05 - 07 Aug 1991. Columbia, USA, D/Macro International20pp, 1475-1504.

Esseghairi, K., Hinde, P.R., McDonald, J.W. and Meddeb, S. (1991) IUD and pill use dynamics in Tunisia and Morocco. In, Proceedings of the Demographic and Health Survey World Conference, August 507, 1991, Washington DC. Demographic and Health Survey World Conference Columbia, USA, Institute for Resource Development / Macro International, 2119-2134.

Holt, D., McDonald, J.W. and Skinner, C.J. (1991) The effect of measurement error on event history analysis. In, Briemer, Paul P., Groves, Robert M., Lyberg, Lars E., Mathiowetz, Nancy A. and Sudman, Seymour (eds.) Measurement Errors in Surveys. New York, USA, John Wiley, 665-685.

Marsh, Catherine, Skinner, Chris, Arber, Sara, Penhale, Bruce, Openshaw, Stan, Hobcraft, John, Lievesley, Denise and Walford, Nigel (1991) A case for a sample of anonymized records from the 1991 Census. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A (Statistics in Society), 154, (2), 305-340.

Skinner, C.J. (1991) On the efficiency of raking ratio estimation for multiple frame surveys. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 86, (415), 779-784.

Skinner, C.J. (1991) Time series. In, Lovie, A.D. and Lovie, P. (eds.) New Developments in Statistics for Psychology and the Social Sciences. London, UK, Methuen, 174-198.

Skinner, Chris (1991) Quantitative research. In, Allan, Graham and Skinner, Chris (eds.) Handbook for Research Students in the Social Sciences. London, UK, Routledge Falmer, 215-224.

Smith, P. W. F. (1991) A review of MIM. Maths & Stats: The Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for Mathematics and Statistics Newsletter, 2, (2), 8.

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