Fertility and Familial Power Relations: Procreation in South India
Describes and analyses the corollaries of declining fertility in Southern India to discover how familial and gender relations are affected by the new situation of women giving birth only to 2-3 children.
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Pagina 220 - The determinants of fertility decline in rural South India.' In Tim Dyson and Nigel Crook (eds), India's Demography: Essays on the Contemporary Population.