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Author Kim, Minja ♦ Who, Choe Are
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Nutrition Foundation ♦ Growth Standard ♦ Indian Child ♦ Political Weekly ♦ Sex Differential ♦ Child Mortality ♦ High Prevalence ♦ Self-reported Symptom ♦ Childhood Mortality ♦ Gynecological Morbidity ♦ Reproductive Tract Infection ♦ Alaka Malwade ♦ Rural Woman ♦ Rural Indian Woman ♦ A.t. Bang ♦ John Cleland ♦ Gynaecological Disease
Abstract and child mortality in India. Population Studies 52(3): 301–315. Bang, R.A. and A. Bang. 1991. Why women hide them: Rural women’s viewpoints on reproductive tract infections. Manushi 69:27–30. Bang, R.A., A.T. Bang, M. Baitule, Y. Chaudhury, S. Sarmukaddam, and O. Tale. 1989. High prevalence of gynaecological diseases in rural Indian women. Lancet 1(8629): 85–88. Bardhan, Kalpana. 1985. Women's work, welfare and status: Forces of tradition and change in India. Economic and Political Weekly 20(51): 2261–2267. Basu, Alaka Malwade. 1989. Is discrimination in food really necessary for explaining sex differentials in childhood mortality? Population Studies 43(2): 193–210. Bhatia, J.C. and John Cleland. 1995. On self-reported symptoms of gynecological morbidity and
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