Value of children among the Yoruba of Western and Lagos states of Nigeria : some rural-urban differentials
The survey which forms the basis of this study was carried out amongst the Yoruba of the Western and Lagos States of Nigeria, between June and July, 1973» It was the second segment of the Changing African Family Project in Niger ia(CAFN II). Lata were collected on the perceived social, economic and psychological values and costs of children from 2996 Yoruba respondents of both sexes, aged seventeen years and above and living in the two states at the time of the survey. This was the first...[Show more]
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