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REVIEW OF LITERATURE AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
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Accra African APPENDIX Ashanti attitudinal variables birth control methods Caldwell ceptors ceptors ceptors communication about family contraception variable Contraceptive Model contraceptors and non-contraceptors Cornell University D. I. Pool demographic variables exposure to mass family planning Ghana Ghanaian women percentages Higher/lower household status household status consistency Human Fertility husband and wife husband's status hypotheses ideal family intervening variables Kumasi level of differentiation level of household live births mass media exposure matrilineal descent modern birth control mutual consent unions Non-contra number of children number of live number of unions Path Analytic Contraceptive path coefficients percent planning between husband polygamous or monogamous polygynous Population Studies regression analysis relationship with contraception religious affiliation respondents rural contraceptors rural sample Rural-Urban Fertility Differential sample of Ghanaian significant relationship socio-demographic variables square Status Variables stepwise regression Stycos TABLE type of union urban and rural urban contraceptors Urban Rural urban sample variables to attempt variance