Fertility decline in a traditional society : a case of Bali
In the late 1970s a number of reports indicated that the Indonesian Family Planning Program had contributed to a rapid and substantial fertility decline in Bali. The high fertility setting in Bali into which the program was introduced around 1970, did not appear to be conducive to a small family norm and thus to such a fertility decline. Socially, Bali was still effectively traditional; economically, there had been little development in the areas usually considered, in demographic...[Show more]
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