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The socio-economic and cultural dimensions of ethnic fertility differences in Fiji : the case of two villages in South-East Viti-Levu

Seniloli, Kesaia L


Since the 1956 census the two ethnic groups, Fijians and Indians, have shown differences in levels of fertility and in their pace and scale of fertility decline. This research therefore examined the socio-economic and cultural factors underlying ethnic fertility differences in Fiji using quantitative, macro-level census data and qualitative micro-level data on two villages, one Fijian and the other Indian, in South-East Viti Levu. Using data from the population censuses this study...[Show more]

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Date published: 1992
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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