Reproductive rights approach to reproductive health in developing countries

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Vijayan K. Pillai; Rashmi Gupta;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
  • Journal: Global Health Action,volume 4 (issn: 1654-9880, eissn: 1654-9716)
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC3241939, doi: 10.3402/gha.v4i0.8423
  • Subject: reproductive rights | gender equality | globalization | RG133-137.6 | reproductive health | Original Article | abortion rights | RA1-1270 | developing countries | Public aspects of medicine | millennium development goals | Sociology;Global Health | social development | Globalization, Reproductive rights, Gender equality, Reproductive health, Millennium development goals, Social development, Abortion rights, Developing countries

Background: Research on reproductive health in developing countries focuses mostly on the role of economic development on various components of reproductive health. Cross-sectional and empirical research studies in particular on the effects of non-economic factors such ... View more
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