An assessment on the impact of women's autonomy, education and social participation on childbearing intention in Sirjan City
Like many developed and developing societies, Iran has experienced sharp fertility decline and reached below- replacement level fertility. As women have a major role in childbearing, their empowerment and autonomy will lead to changes in their fertility behavior, and many studies have focused on various aspects of women's autonomy and fertility. This paper examines the relationship between women�s autonomy and fertility behavior in the Sirjan city. The data is drawn from the 2011 survey that...[Show more]
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