Differential fertility in India : evidence from a survey in Karnataka State
Data collected in a sample survey of 1000 households in rural areas and 250 households in urban areas of Kolar district in the Karnataka state, Southern India during 1975 are used to study the fertility patterns and differentials among population groups defined by certain background variables. The analysis revealed that significant differences in fertility exist by religion, income, education and use of contraception and only weak differences are found by family type, occupation of...[Show more]
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