Education may not be the key

Althaus, Frances A.
September 1997
International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep97, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p98
Academic Journal
Provides information on a study based on data from the 1992-1993 National Family Health Survey which determined that India's fertility could decrease in the absence of gender preference. Percentage of the decrease; Indications that achievements for replacement fertility is stronger among educated women than among illiterate women; Results of a multivariate analysis focusing on women with three children.


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