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Who should use this database?

Those individuals looking for bibliographic citations on the topics of population, family planning and related health issues (e.g., population law and policy, maternal and child health issues in developing countries).

What kinds of materials are referenced in the database?

POPLINE is produced by the Population Information Program at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. It references journal articles, reports, monographs as well as some unpublished works.

What years does the database cover?

It covers from 1970 to the present but one can find selected references dating back as far as the late 19th Century. One can also search by decade, e.g., 1980-1989.

Will I find full-text articles in the database?