Age at marriage and fertility in Java-Bali : a question of natural or controlled fertility
It is widely recognized that the level of fertility of women in Java is on the average lower than is found in most developing societies. Studies carried out in two villages in Yogyakarta have found that traditional practices such as prolonged breastfeeding, longer post-parturn abstinence and sexual taboos prevailed in these villages. These may lead to the impression that the low level of fertility of the Javanese women was achieved under a controlled fertility situation. In this study,...[Show more]
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