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|Title:||A multilevel model of family planning availability and contraceptive use in rural Thailand|
Albert I. Hermalin
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
National Institute for Development Administration
|Citation:||Demography. Vol.21, No.4 (1984), 559-574|
|Abstract:||This paper assesses the ways in which the availability of family planning program outlets influences the likelihood of contraceptive use in rural Thailand. It focuses on a village-level measure of actual availability of sources rather than respondent perceptions of availability. Individuallevel and village-level data collected as part of the second Thailand Contraceptive Prevalence Survey are used to test three hypotheses about the effects of actual availability: that (a) availability of family planning outlets increases the likelihood of contraceptive use; (b) it enhances the effect of a desire for no more children on the likelihood of use; and (c) it weakens the positive relationship between education and the likelihood of use. © 1984 Population Association of America.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 1969-1990|
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