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Economic impacts of child marriage : global synthesis report
The international community is increasingly aware of the negative impacts of child marriage on a wide range of development outcomes. Ending child marriage is now part of the Sustainable DevelopmentExpand
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Migrant remittances and the web of family obligations: Ongoing support among spatially extended kin in North-east Thailand, 1984–94
Exchanges of money, goods, and assistance among family/kin members are influenced by the intertwined lives of individuals and their family/kin. As people pass through the young adulthood years,Expand
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'If your husband calls, you have to go': understanding sexual agency among young married women in urban South India.
BACKGROUND Early marriage is common in many developing countries, including India. Women who marry early have little power within their marriage, particularly in the sexual domain. Research isExpand
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Son preference and sterilisation use among young married women in two slums in Bengaluru city, India
Abstract This paper explores the ways in which women's sterilisation decisions are influenced by the combination of a preference for male children and a desire for smaller family size among youngExpand
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Developing and testing measures of reproductive decision-making agency in Nepal
Conceptual ambiguity in how we define reproductive empowerment has left the field with inconclusive evidence of its relationship to key reproductive outcomes. Our study aimed to develop and test aExpand
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Typologies and Trajectories: a descriptive study of men's reproductive life course
This descriptive analysis focuses on 3 family formation events important to men’s reproductive life course: timing of first sex, first marriage, and birth of first child. We use data visualization toExpand