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abortion law age at marriage Alambagh Analysis of Variance average age birth rate capita income caste status Christians contraceptive devices Crude Death Rate declined differences direct variation economic status educational status executive and managerial family planning clinics female mean age fertility rate heads of households higher highest educational standard Hindus Illiterate income group increase infant mortality intermediate caste knowledge of contraceptive labour force laterally extended families least once Never level of education liberalization of abortion live-births living lower lowest Lucknow Males Females marriage of females marriage of males Muslims non-definite responses nuclear number of children Opinion on Liberalization Percentage Distribution population Primary proportion of heads proportion of households proportion of non-definite rural Sample Sample Sample Sample Sample Total scheduled caste Secondary significant Sikhs size of household socio-economic tabulated values three devices total pregnancies Total Sample Sample Type of Family urban variation varied vertically and laterally Vertically extended Visits to Family
JSTOR: An Urban Fertility Field.