POPLINE


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POPLINEPopulation Information Online
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The dean of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health recently reversed the practice of restricting abortion searches on the POPLINE family planning database.
The development of AIDSLINE from the National Library of Medicine in 1988 provided a bibliographic database that brought together citations from multiple disciplines and databases such as BIOETHICSLINE, POPLINE, CATLINE, AVLINE, and others (DuPont & Dutcher, 1990).
First, we searched PUBMED, POPLINE and ERIC for the period 1985-2006, using key search terms, including "acculturation," "Hispanic," "Latin Americans" and "Hispanic Americans.