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3. Attitudes to Family Size Among Unmarried Junior Civil Servants in Acra

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Affiliations: 1: University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

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1. Ampofo D.A. "The Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Family Planning among the Women Teachers in Primary Schools in Accra" Ghana Medical Journal 1971 Vol 10 2 100 108
2. Banks J.A. Prosperity and Parenthood - A study of Family Planning among the Victorian Middle Classes 1954 London Routledge and Kegan Paul
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4. Caldwell J.C. Population Growth and Family Change in Africa: The New Urban Elite in Ghana 1968 Canberra Australian National University Press
5. Caldwell J.C. African Rural Urban Migration. The Movement to Ghana's Towns 1969 Canberra Australian National University Press
6. Kiser C.V. , Whelpton P.K. "Social and Psychological Factors Affecting Fertility" Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 1958 Vol XXXVI 3 282 329
7. Macisco J.J. "Migration Status, Education and Fertility in Puerto Rico: 1960" Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 1969 Vol XLVII 2 167 187
8. Macisco J.J. The Effect of Labour Force Participation on the Relation between Migration Status and Fertility in San Juan, Puerto Rico 1970 Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly
9. Mason K.O. , David A.S. Social and Economic Correlates of Family Fertility: A Survey of the Evidence 1971 R.T.T. North Carolina
10. Westoff C. Family Growth in Metropolitan America 1961 New Jersey Princeton University Press
11. Oppenheimer A.N. Questionnaire Design and Measurement 1966 Heinemann
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