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Cultural codes and population change in Kenya



Cultural codes and population change in Kenya



Kenya' s population growth and development to the year 2000: 57-65



Sociocultural changes in Kenyan society are exerting positive effects on fertility rates. Marriage is still a universal cultural institution used to regulate and sanction the cohabitation of couples and their consequent fertility performance. However, recent years have seen a significant deviation from this old universal traditional practice. A trend of change in disrespect of seniority is clear and there is no sign that this will change again to its traditional practice before the year 2000.

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