Agadjanian V. (2002) Is abortion culture fading in the Former Soviet Union? Views about abortion and contraception in Kazakhstan. Studies in Family Planning 33(3), 237–248.
Carlson E. & Lamb V. (2001) Changes in contraceptive use in Bulgaria, 1995–2000. Studies in Family Planning 32(4), 329–338.
Christopher E. (2006) Religious aspects of contraception. Reviews in Gynaecological and Perinatal Practice 6, 192–198.
Comendant R. (2005) A project to improve the quality of abortion services in Moldova. Reproductive Health Matters 13(26), 93–100.
Easterlin R. A. (1979) An economic framework for fertility analysis. Studies in Family Planning 6(3), 54–63.
Filmer D. & Pritchett L. H. (2001) Estimating wealth effects without expenditure data – or tears: an application to educational enrolments in states of India. Demography 38(1), 115–132.
Fisher K. & Szreter S. (2003) They prefer withdrawal: the choice of birth control in Britain, 1918–1950. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 34(2), 263–291.
Goldburg H. L. & Toros A. (1994) The use of traditional methods of contraception among Turkish couples. Studies in Family Planning 25(2), 122–128.
Johnson B. R., Horga M. & Fajans P. (2004) A strategic assessment of abortion and contraception in Romania. Reproductive Health Matters 12(24), 184–194.
Kennedy K. I. & Trussel J. (2004) Postpartum contraception and lactation in contraceptive technology. In Hatcher R. et al. (ed.) Contraceptive Technology, 18th edition, revised. Ardent Media, New York, pp. 575–600.
Kohler H-P., Behrman J. R. & Watkins S. C. (2001) The density of social networks and fertility decisions: evidence from South Nyanza district, Kenya. Demography 38(1), 43–58.
Kost K. (1993) The dynamics of contraceptive use in Peru. Studies in Family Planning 24(2), 109–119.
Kowal D. (2004) Coitus interruptus (withdrawal). In Hatcher R. et al. Contraceptive Technology, 18th edition, revised. Ardent Media, New York, pp. 311–315.
Lindstrom D. P. & Munoz-Franco E. (2005) Migration and the diffusion of modern contraceptive knowledge and use in rural Guatemala. Studies in Family Planning 36(4), 277–288.
Magadi M. A. & Curtis S. L. (2003) Trends and determinants of contraceptive method choice in Kenya. Studies in Family Planning 34(3), 149–159.
Montgomery M. R. & Casterline J. B. (1996) Social learning, social influence and new models of fertility. Population and Development Review 22 (Supplement), 151–175.
NCPM & ORC Macro (2006) Moldova Demographic and Health Survey 2005. National Scientific and Applied Center for Preventive Medicine of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection, Republic of Moldova, and ORC Macro Calverton, MD.
Nye R. A. & van Poppel F. (2003) Fertility and contraception during the demographic transition: qualitative and quantitative approaches. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 34(2), 141–154.
Pariani S., Heer D. M. & Van Arsdol M. D. Jr (1991) Does choice make a difference to contraceptive use? Evidence from East Java. Studies in Family Planning 22(6), 384–390.
Popov A. A., Visser A. Ph. & Ketting E. (1993) Contraceptive knowledge, attitudes, and practice in Russia during the 1980s. Studies in Family Planning 24, 227–235.
Robinson K. M. (1996) Education and Traditional Contraceptive Use: An Analysis of Nine Countries using Demographic and Health Survey Data. Centre for Global Initiatives, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. URL: http://cgi.unc.edu/research/pdf/contra.pdf (accessed 9th December 2008).
Rogow D. & Horowitz S. (1995) Withdrawal: a review of the literature and an agenda for research. Studies in Family Planning 26(3), 140–153.
Santow G. (1993) Coitus interruptus in the twentieth century. Population and Development Review 19(4), 767–792.
Santow G. (1995) Coitus interruptus and the control of natural fertility. Population Studies 49(1), 19–43.
Serbanescu F., Morris L., Stupp P. & Stanescu A. (1995) The impact of recent policy changes on fertility, abortion, and contraceptive use in Romania. Studies in Family Planning 26(2), 76–87.
Swar-Eldahab A. M. (1993) Constraints on effective family planning in urban Sudan. Studies in Family Planning 24(6), 366–374.
United Nations (1995) Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and DevelopmentCairo, EgyptSeptember 5–13th, 1994. In Report of the International Conference on Population and Development. UN, New York.
Westoff C. (2000) The Substitution of Contraception for Abortion in Kazakhstan in the 1990s. DHS Analytical Studies No. 1. ORC Macro, Calverton, MD.
Westoff C. (2005) Recent Trends in Abortion and Contraception in 12 Countries. DHS Analytical Studies No. 8. ORC Macro, Calverton, MD.