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Previous studies of the marital fertility transition in Europe have found religious differentials. Using data collected from the population registers of The Hague, our aim in this study is to search for answers to the following questions: whether religious differentials result from socio-economic characteristics; to what extent religious ideology explains the behaviour of religious groups; which proximate determinants account for the religious differentials; and whether the Jews weredoi:10.1080/00324720500430758 pmid:16464773 fatcat:osn6ugjwjvd2vgvxm7qtqrq33e