This study is based mainly on field work carried out for about a year in the late 1960s amongst a group of the Semai indigenous peoples to determine the fertility and mortality patterns that had brought he community to its current state and whether that pattern was likely to be maintained in future. The group under study were chosen because they were less acculturated than other Semai. Although Fix was helped by the results of a 1965 census, his field work was essential because of the paucity of written records of births and deaths amongst the Semai at the time. 123 pages with several figures and tables and a bibliography. Very Good First Edition. Paperback.
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Published by University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1977. First edition.