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Attitudes of rural women towards family planning

Attitudes of rural women towards family planning

Maharashtra Journal of Extension Education 6: 159-161

The study was conducted in 10 randomly selected villages in Narsinghpur District, Madhya Pradesh, with 10 respondents (adopters) also randomly selected from each village. Socio-personal characteristics of the respondents were selected as independent variables, and attitudes towards family planning as dependent variables.

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