Autonomy and Egyptian women: findings from the 1988 Egypt Demographic and Health Survey
Macro International, Inc., 1995 - Medical - 56 pages
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DEFINING ALTERNATIVE MEASURES OF AUTONOMY
THE CASE OF EGYPT
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aspects of autonomy autonomy category autonomy level autonomy of women autonomy than women belief that women Calverton Categ change in probability children dead control over earnings cultural variables customary autonomy index dependent variable dimensions of autonomy direct effect dummy variables Egyptian women explanatory variable exposure female autonomy freedom of movement greater high on noncustomary higher levels higher probability husband's education husband's relatives hypotheses impact index of customary index of realized level of autonomy level of customary levels of noncustomary lower probability marriage mean autonomy Medium modern contraception modernization variables Muslim noncustomary autonomy index number of children Number of daughters number of sons ordered logit regression parity Percent change Population Council positively associated probability of scoring realized autonomy index regressor relatives co-resident rural Upper Egypt scoring high significantly three indices total effect traditional Urban Governorates urban Lower Egypt urban Upper Egypt woman women living women using modern women's autonomy