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Nuptiality in Soviet and post-Soviet Central Asia
This study analyses nuptiality patterns in three Central Asian countries—Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan—over two decades preceding and one decade following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, using census and ...
Reproduction in upheaval : ethnicity, fertility, and societal transformations in Kazakhstan
This study contributes to the literature on demographic adjustments to societal crises by examining ethnic-specific probabilities of having first, second, and third marital births in late-twentieth-century Kazakhstan. ...
The pervasive and persistent influence of caste on child mortality in India
This study examines the effect of caste on child mortality and maternal health care utilization in rural India using data from the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-2) carried out during 1998–1999. Results from multilevel ...