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The Resource Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control [Ghana]

Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control [Ghana]

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Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control [Ghana]
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Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control [Ghana]
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The Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control study examined the association between social network and reproductive attitudes and behavior, especially contraception. This collection represents round one of an eight round panel survey conducted in six communities in three coastal regions of Ghana ( Western, Central, and Greater Accra) and contains two separate datasets, one for women and one for men . In the face to face interview, women aged 15 to 50 and their male partners were asked about childbearing and related reproductive items, fertility preferences, and contraceptive knowledge, attitudes and practices. The respondents were also asked about social interaction, community organizations and HIV/AIDS knowledge, attitudes, and practices. Demographic information collected includes respondents' sex, marital status, employment, age, ethnicity, religious affiliation and social economic status
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  • Casterline, John
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Montgomery, Mark
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Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control [Ghana]
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  • 1998--1999
  • 35466
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ICPSR35466.v1
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Social Learning, Social Influence, and Fertility Control [Ghana]
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  • 1998--1999
  • 35466
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ICPSR35466.v1
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