E Zuniga Herrera

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"Mexico has seen drastic changes in the population's reproductive behavior due mainly to a rapid increase in the use of contraceptive methods and lower fertility rates. In order to analyze the factors contributing to this decrease, the study examines variations in desired family size between 1976 and 1986, using Bongaarts' methodology." The data are from(More)
National fertility surveys conducted in Mexico since 1969 indicate that fertility in rural areas (localities with under 2500 inhabitants) is declining. The total fertility rate of rural women in union aged 20-44 years declined from 8.2 in 1968 to 5.8 in 1985. The beginning of the steep decline in rural fertility apparently occurred between 1973-75, at a(More)
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