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A Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Family Planning Campaigns in Less Developed Countries
Unformatted Document Text:  References Bauman, K.E. (1997). The effectiveness of family planning programs evaluated with true experimental designs. Public Health Briefs, 87, 666-669. Drennan, M. (1998). Reproductive health: new perspectives on men’s participation. Population reports, Series J, No 46. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Information Program. Flay, B. R., & Cook, T. D. (1989). Three models for summative evaluation of prevention campaigns with a mass media component. In Rice, R.E. and Atkin, C.K. (Eds.) Public Communication Campaigns, (2nd ed., pp. 175-195). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Hornik, R. (1988). Development Communication. NY: Longman. Johnson, B.T. (1995). DSTAT (Version 1.11) [Computer software]. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Johnson, B.T., Mullen, B., & Salas, E. (1995). Comparison of three major meta-analystic approaches. Journal of Applied Psychology, 80: 94-106. McCauley, A.P. and Salter, C. (1995). Meeting the needs of young adults. Population reports, Series J, No 41. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Information Program. McGuire, W. (1981). Theoretical foundations of campaigns. Rice, R.E., & Paisley, W.J. (Eds.) Public communication campaigns. Beverly Hills : Sage. Piotrow, P.T., Kincaid, D.L., Rimon II, J.G. and Rinehart, W. (1997). Health communication. Lessons from family planning and reproductive health. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers Population Reference Bureau (PRB). 2002. Family planning worldwide. 2002 Data sheet. Data and estimates of contraceptive use and related reproductive health indicators for the countries and regions of the world. Robey, B., Piotrow, P.T. and Salter, C. (1994). Family planning lessons and challenges: making programs work. Population reports, Series J, No 40. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Population Information Program.

Authors: Snyder, Leslie., Diop-Sidibe, Nafissatou. and Badiane, Louise.
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References
Bauman, K.E. (1997). The effectiveness of family planning programs evaluated with true experimental
designs. Public Health Briefs, 87, 666-669.
Drennan, M. (1998). Reproductive health: new perspectives on men’s participation. Population reports,
Series J, No 46. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population
Information Program.
Flay, B. R., & Cook, T. D. (1989). Three models for summative evaluation of prevention campaigns with
a mass media component. In Rice, R.E. and Atkin, C.K. (Eds.) Public Communication
Campaigns, (2nd ed., pp. 175-195). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Hornik, R. (1988). Development Communication. NY: Longman.
Johnson, B.T. (1995). DSTAT (Version 1.11) [Computer software]. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
Associates.
Johnson, B.T., Mullen, B., & Salas, E. (1995). Comparison of three major meta-analystic approaches.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 80: 94-106.
McCauley, A.P. and Salter, C. (1995). Meeting the needs of young adults. Population reports, Series J, No
41. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Information
Program.
McGuire, W. (1981). Theoretical foundations of campaigns. Rice, R.E., & Paisley, W.J. (Eds.) Public
communication campaigns. Beverly Hills : Sage.
Piotrow, P.T., Kincaid, D.L., Rimon II, J.G. and Rinehart, W. (1997). Health communication. Lessons
from family planning and reproductive health. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers
Population Reference Bureau (PRB). 2002. Family planning worldwide. 2002 Data sheet. Data and
estimates of contraceptive use and related reproductive health indicators for the countries and
regions of the world.
Robey, B., Piotrow, P.T. and Salter, C. (1994). Family planning lessons and challenges: making programs
work. Population reports, Series J, No 40. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health,
Population Information Program.


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