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Fertility Surveys of Celade: A Comparative Study of 10 Latin American Metropolises

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Title:Fertility Surveys of Celade: A Comparative Study of 10 Latin American Metropolises
Study Number:92
Catalog Date:05/08/1998
Primary Investigator(s):Bogue, Donald J., Community and Family Study Center, University of Chicago
Source:CELADE
Access Restrictions:No
Abstract:In 1964-1965 the Latin American Demographic Center (CELADE) sponsored the collection of fertility and family planning data in typical Latin American area (rural, urban, and highly urbanized). The purpose was to get (a) an understanding of levels and trends of fertility, (b) attitudes and opinions toward desired family size and family planning, (c) and the use of contraceptives, attitudes toward their use, and means of communicating about them. Information was also collected on demographic, economic, social, and psychological factors.
Universe:Women aged 20 to 49.

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