Vital registration in Indonesia : a study of the completeness and behavioral determinants of reporting of births and deaths
While many studies of deficient registration systems have tended to emphasize organizational and methodological problems, it should be clear that, ultimately, registration is a behavioral phenomenon, measurable at the level of the individual or household and reflected in whether or not registration of a particular vital event is actually carried out. On a more aggregate level one can deal with the geographically defined registration units to see how differences between such units are...[Show more]
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