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Changing patterns of fertility: the impact of contraceptive technology on a Maya village


Changing patterns of fertility: the impact of contraceptive technology on a Maya village: 90
Changing patterns of fertility: the impact of contraceptive technology on a Maya village
This paper was presented at the symposium on Population Research as Applied Anthropology at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Denver, Colorado in March 1980; the research was funded by USAID. The study focuses on Chan Kom, a Maya peasant village in Mexico's Yucantan peninsula, and examines fertility control, and economic and sociocultural variables (education, housing, water supply, etc.).

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