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Determinants of Marital Power Structure
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adoption of family age difference average number categories of marital Chandigarh children desired communication regarding family completed fertility couple's Delhi demographic variables dependent variable desired family desired family size direct association dominant power structure equalitarian marital power extent of equalitarian extent of inter-spouse family decision-making family planning acceptance family planning adoption family planning methods family size achievements family size desires Family Welfare fertility and family fertility control fertility decision fertility decision-making husband dominant power India inter-spouse communication regarding intervening variables Journal of Marriage level of education level of fertility live births marital power struc marital power structure ning non-adopters number of children number of live number of total Panjab University pattern of marital Population present age present study regarding family planning respondents second category significant X2 smaller family Social socio-economic and demographic socio-psychological spouses structure as compared Table total living children ture type of marital