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The correlates of contraceptive and fertility behaviour within the framework of sociological ideology : a case study of two urban centres of Pakistan.

Muhammad Iqbal Zafar

University of Exeter, 1993.

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Decline and change in some west Devon market town parishes 1841-1891.

Peter Walker

University of Exeter, 2001.

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Demographic and structural change in Tavistock, 1741-1871, and its relation to the mining industry.

M.C Phillips

University of Exeter, 1987.

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The effects of marital dissolution on fertility and contraceptive behaviour among men and women in Addu Atoll, Maldives.

Aminath Mohamed Didi

University of Exeter, 2001.

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Impact of development projects upon fertility-related behaviour among couples resident in Kakamega and Vihiga districts of Western Province, Kenya.

Faith Mwangi-Powell

University of Exeter, 1998.

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An investigation into programme factors and providers' perceptions at family welfare centres in Faisalabad district of Pakistan.

Ashfaq Ahmad

University of Exeter, 1995.

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Kin, culture and reproductive decisions / Lesley Newson.

Lesley Newson

Exeter : University of Exeter, 2002.

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The sexual behaviour of young women in Cape Coast, Ghana : the pecuniary consideration involved and implications for AIDS.

Augustine Kwabena Ankomah

University of Exeter, 1992.

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