Fertility and family planning in rural areas: a longitudinal study
Mittal Publications, 1987 - Medical - 164 pages
Study of Etawah District, Uttar Pradesh, based on data collected in 1971 and 1978-1979.
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METHOD AND PROCEDURE
RESPONDENTS AND VILLAGES
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abortion acceptors additional children age at marriage Ajitmal analysis attitude towards family average parity birth control birth rate caste census cent females cent Husband Wife cent male cent wives child mortality condom contraceptive correlation couples daughters decline Delhi demographic Demographic Transition desire for additional desired family dhanuk economic Etawah Etawah district factors family planning acceptance family planning methods family planning programme family planning workers favourable female respondents fertility and family fertility behaviour household husband-wife communication ideal family increase India indicate inter-survey period interviewed Kanpur Project Kanpur study large family large number literacy longitudinal study Mahewa male respondents midwife Misra models non-use number of children PHCs Population Studies previous study previous survey reasons reproductive resurvey Ruth Simmons sample sex preference shows social socio-economic sons spouses statistics sterilization study of fertility Sub-total subsample Table tetanus tion Total variables Vasectomy Vijnana women