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Urban-Rural Life Setting as the Explanatory Factor of Differences in Fertility Behaviour in Slovenia

@article{Isteni2008UrbanRuralLS,
  title={Urban-Rural Life Setting as the Explanatory Factor of Differences in Fertility Behaviour in Slovenia},
  author={Majda {\vC}erni{\vc} Isteni{\vc} and Andrej Kveder},
  journal={Informatica (Slovenia)},
  year={2008},
  volume={32},
  pages={111-122}
}
Contemporary research of fertility behaviour that considers simultaneous longitudinal and prospective inclusion of individual and contextual levels of observation increases its explanatory power of explanation. The only research data of the kind in Slovenian is Fertility behaviour of Slovenians which was a part of international project the Family and Fertility Survey (FFS), carried out in 1995. On the basis of this survey data combined with statistical census data in the form of socio-economic… 
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