Community characteristics, individual and household attributes, and child survival in brazil

@article{Sastry1996CommunityCI,
  title={Community characteristics, individual and household attributes, and child survival in brazil},
  author={Narayan Sastry},
  journal={Demography},
  year={1996},
  volume={33},
  pages={211-229}
}
This paper presents an analysis of the relationship between community characteristics, household attributes, and child survival in Brazil. The principal objectives are to investigate how the social and environmental context in which a child is raised affects his or her survival chances, and to analyze how household variables modify the effects of community characteristics. The interaction effects we examine help to explain the effects of community characteristics on child survival chances by… CONTINUE READING

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