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Balancing tradition and modernity in narratives surrounding contraception use among poorer women in West Bengal, India.
Unformatted Document Text:  24 References Agar, M. (1996). The professional stranger: An informal introduction to ethnography. San Diego, CA: Academic Press. Census of India (2001). www.censusindia.net/ Chatterjee, P. (1993). A nation and its fragments: Colonial and postcolonial histories. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chattopadhayay-Dutt, P. (1995). Loops and Roots: The conflict between official and traditional family planning in India. New Delhi, India: Ashish Publishing House. Das, V. (1995). National honor and practical kinship: Unwanted women and children. In F. Ginsburg and R. Rapp (Eds.), Conceiving the new world order: The global politics of reproduction. (pp. 212-233). Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press. Desai, S. (1998). Engendering population policy. In M. Krishnaraj, R.M. Sudarshan & A. Shariff (Eds.), Gender, population and development (pp. 44-69). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. Duvvury, N. (1998). Women and agriculture in the new economic regime. In M. Krishnaraj, R.M. Sudarshan & A. Shariff (Eds.), Gender, population and development (pp. 223-244). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. Government of India (1946). Health survey and development committee report. New Delhi, India: Government of India.

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References
Agar, M. (1996). The professional stranger: An informal introduction to ethnography.
San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Census of India (2001).
www.censusindia.net/
Chatterjee, P. (1993). A nation and its fragments: Colonial and postcolonial histories.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Chattopadhayay-Dutt, P. (1995). Loops and Roots: The conflict between official and
traditional family planning in India. New Delhi, India: Ashish Publishing House.
Das, V. (1995). National honor and practical kinship: Unwanted women and children. In
F. Ginsburg and R. Rapp (Eds.), Conceiving the new world order: The global politics of
reproduction. (pp. 212-233). Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California
Press.
Desai, S. (1998). Engendering population policy. In M. Krishnaraj, R.M. Sudarshan & A.
Shariff (Eds.), Gender, population and development (pp. 44-69). New Delhi, India:
Oxford University Press.
Duvvury, N. (1998). Women and agriculture in the new economic regime. In M.
Krishnaraj, R.M. Sudarshan & A. Shariff (Eds.), Gender, population and development
(pp. 223-244). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press.
Government of India (1946). Health survey and development committee report. New
Delhi, India: Government of India.


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