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A Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Family Planning Campaigns in Less Developed Countries
Unformatted Document Text:  Robey, B., Ross, J. and Bhushan, I. (1996). Meeting unmet need: new strategies. Population reports, Series J, No 43. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Population Information Program. Rogers, E.M. (1979). In E.M. Rogers (Ed.), Development communication. Beverly Hills: Sage. Snyder, L.B. (2001). Development communication campaigns. In Gudykunst, W. & Mody, B. (Eds.). Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication (2 nd ed., pp. 457-478). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Snyder, L.B. & Hamilton, M.A. (2002). Meta-analysis of U.S. health campaign effects on behavior: Emphasize enforcement, exposure, and new information, and beware the secular trend. In R. Hornik (Ed.) Public health communication: Evidence for behavior change. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates. Snyder, L.B., & Hamilton, M.A. (1999). When evaluation design affects results: Meta-analysis of evaluations of mediated health campaigns. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference, New Orleans, August. Snyder, L.B., Hamilton, M.A., Mitchell, E.W., Kiwanuka-Tondo, J., Fleming-Milici, F., & Proctor, D. (in press). The effectiveness of mediated health communication campaigns: Meta-analysis of commencement, prevention, and cessation behavior campaigns. In Carveth, R. & Bryant, J. (Eds.) Meta-analysis of media effects. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. UNFPA. 2001. State of the world population 2001. New York: United Nations Publications. Upadhyay, U.D. (2001). Informed choice in family planning: helping people decide. Population reports, Series J, No 50. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Population Information Program. Upadhyay, U.D. and Robey, B. (1999). Why family planning matters. Population reports, Series J, No 49. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Information Program.

Authors: Snyder, Leslie., Diop-Sidibe, Nafissatou. and Badiane, Louise.
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Robey, B., Ross, J. and Bhushan, I. (1996). Meeting unmet need: new strategies. Population reports, Series
J, No 43. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Population Information Program.
Rogers, E.M. (1979). In E.M. Rogers (Ed.), Development communication. Beverly Hills: Sage.
Snyder, L.B. (2001). Development communication campaigns. In Gudykunst, W. & Mody, B. (Eds.).
Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication (2
nd
ed., pp. 457-478). Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage.
Snyder, L.B. & Hamilton, M.A. (2002). Meta-analysis of U.S. health campaign effects on behavior:
Emphasize enforcement, exposure, and new information, and beware the secular trend. In R.
Hornik (Ed.) Public health communication: Evidence for behavior change. Hillsdale, NJ:
Lawrence Earlbaum Associates.
Snyder, L.B., & Hamilton, M.A. (1999). When evaluation design affects results: Meta-analysis of
evaluations of mediated health campaigns. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass
Communication Annual Conference, New Orleans, August.
Snyder, L.B., Hamilton, M.A., Mitchell, E.W., Kiwanuka-Tondo, J., Fleming-Milici, F., & Proctor, D. (in
press). The effectiveness of mediated health communication campaigns: Meta-analysis of
commencement, prevention, and cessation behavior campaigns. In Carveth, R. & Bryant, J.
(Eds.) Meta-analysis of media effects. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
UNFPA. 2001. State of the world population 2001. New York: United Nations Publications.
Upadhyay, U.D. (2001). Informed choice in family planning: helping people decide. Population reports,
Series J, No 50. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health,
Population Information Program.
Upadhyay, U.D. and Robey, B. (1999). Why family planning matters. Population reports, Series J, No 49.
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Information Program.


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