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Population policy in the Third World: the need for a conceptual framework

Urban and rural development in Third World countries: problems of population in developing nations: 16-21
Population policy in the Third World: the need for a conceptual framework
The chapter discusses the need for a conceptual framework in the Third World population policy sphere. Following an outline of definitions of population policy, it comments on population policies and programmes. Population policy is seen as an area subject to both intense debate and frequent changes in priorities. The true test of a policy is when it is implemented as a programme. National population policies implemented as programmes have mixed results.

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