Religious differentials in fertility: Lebanon, 1971.

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Summary The principal objects of this study are the description and explanation of the effects of religious affiliation on fertility in the multi-religious society of Lebanon. The data are derived from the 1971 National Fertility and Family Planning Survey which is the first probability sample ever taken of Lebanese couples with wives aged 15-49 years. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00324728.1977.10410434

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