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This volume establishes that, contrary to widely held belief, the size of the family in rural areas is not influenced by economic levels or status differences, but by the opportunities of inter-generational mobility. According to the evidence marshalled in this book, it is those who experience downward mobility who have smaller families.
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Table of Contents
A Perspective for Understanding the Relationship Between Economic Development and Population GrowthSocio-Economic Infrastructure of the Study VillagesSocio-Economic Background and Living ConditionsCorrelates of Differential Growth Rates of Population in the Study VillagesEconomic Transformation, Mobility and Social Structure in the Three VillagesEconomic Change, Social Structure and Family SizeSocial Mobility, Family Planning and Family SizeSummary and Discussion