Fertility differentials in rural Bangladesh.
Khan, Hafiz T. A. and Islam, S. M. Shafiqul and Khan, H. M. R. and Bari, R. D. (1993) Fertility differentials in rural Bangladesh. The Dhaka University Journal of Science, 41 (1). pp. 83-89. ISSN 1022-2502
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Data from two sources in rural Bangladesh have been used in this study to examine the differentials in fertility by selected socio-economic and demographic factors. Results [indicate] that age at first marriage, education of spouses and availability of electricity in the household...have [an] inverse relationship with fertility. Higher fertility is observed for Muslim women than for non-Muslims. It has been found that fertility is the lowest to those women whose husbands are service holders and the highest for agriculture.
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