Land holding education and desired family size in rural Nepal : the case of Shivaganj village
This study examines the inter-relationships between measures of socio-economic status and levels of fertility. Socio-economic status is measured by ownership of land holding, education, and caste/ethnicity. Levels of fertility are measured by desired family size and number of children ever born. The study is based on data collected from 241 households in a village in the eastern terai region of Nepal during December-January 1986-1987. The sample consists of 107 female respondents and...[Show more]
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