1981. Academic. Hard Cover. Book-VG, silver gilt titles on spine, red boards. 9x6. 332pp. Ex-libris-Queen Mary College, London. Human reproduction is not just a question of biology but also a phenomenon that is heavily influenced by societal arrangements. The structure and culture of a society determine to a considerable extent what use is going to be made of the population's biological capacity to reproduce. This volume is devoted to the societal arrangements that were prevalent in traditional African culture, and to the shifts that are occurring as a result of modernisation processes.
Very Good in Good jacket. 9780125436205. Used hardback in very good condition. No internal inscriptions, torn or missing pages. Pages 215-218 were not bound into the book, but are loosely inserted. Dustwrapper is not price clipped and is in good clean condition with one small tear to the top front/spine that has been previously repaired with tape and a very minor knock to back edge. Dustwrapper has Sun fading to spine and shelf wear & minor chipping to extremities. 332pp with lots of graphs & stats. Hard to find title. Without packaging this book weighs 590gms. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. ISBN: 0125436203. ISBN/EAN: 9780125436205. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 001208.
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