Session 157:
Intentions and Behavior Related to Contraceptive Use and Childbearing

Saturday, March 31
10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Imperial
5th floor

Chair: Jennifer S. Barber, University of Michigan
Discussant: Ann E. Biddlecom, Guttmacher Institute

  1. Effects of Son Preference on Contraception, Abortion, and Fertility in Central Asia: The Case of UzbekistanJennifer Barrett, University of Texas at Austin

  2. Economic Reforms, Age at Marriage and the Length of the First Birth Interval in VietnamLan Nguyen, Arizona State University

  3. What Kinds of Power Predict Couples' Concordance and Perceptions of Concordance on Birth Desires and Method Preferences?Virginia E. Rutter, Framingham State College; Koray Tanfer, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation

  4. Promoting Optimal Inter-Pregnancy Interval in India through Integrated Public Delivery SystemsMary Sebastian, Population Council; M. E. Khan, Population Council

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