Fertility differentials in North Sumatra
This study is an attempt to examine the fertility differentials of ever married women of childbearing age in North Sumatra. The differentials are examined according to socio-economic background of the respondents, based on various criteria such as place of residence, educational attainment, work status, religion, ethnicity, marital status, age at first marriage and use of family planning. The main findings are that fertility is lower for urban women, working women and Christian...[Show more]
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