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Canadian Fertility Survey, 1984

Balakrishnan, T.R.; Krótki, Karol J.; Lapierre-Adamcyk, Evelyne;

Canadian Fertility Survey, 1984

Abstract

The Canadian Fertility Survey (CFS 1984) was conducted in April-June 1984. The project was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and executed by co-investigators from three universities, the University of Western Ontario, the University of Montreal, and the University of Alberta. The Survey was retrospective in nature and collected detailed information on fertility, marriage and work histories, contraceptive use, attitudes towards marriage and family, fertility expectations, and socio-economic characteristics.

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Canada
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Fertility, Canada, Sociology, Family, Marriage, Fertility, Fertility history, Work history, Contraceptive use, Socio-economic characteristics, Family History 20th Century

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