Changes in Family-Building Patterns in Egypt and Morocco: A Comparative Analysis

Eltigani, Eltigani E.
June 2000
International Family Planning Perspectives;Jun2000, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p73
Academic Journal
Presents a comparative analysis of changes in family-building patterns in Egypt and Morocco. Adoption of effective family planning programs; Changes in reproductive behavior of married women; Diffentials in the pace of fertility decline.


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