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Balancing tradition and modernity in narratives surrounding contraception use among poorer women in West Bengal, India.
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Government of India. (2000). National population policy. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Indian National Congress (1949). National planning committee report. Bombay, India: Vora and Sons. International Institute for Population Sciences. (2000). National family health survey 1998-99. Mumbai, India: International Institute for Population Sciences and ORC Macro. International Institute for Population Sciences. (2001). National family health survey India 1998-1999: West Bengal. Mumbai, India: International Institute for Population Sciences and ORC Macro. Kokole, O. H. (1994). The politics of fertility in Africa. In . In J. L. Finkle & C. A. McIntosh (Eds.), The new politics of population: Conflict and consensus in family planning (pp. 73-88). New York: The Population Council. Krishnaraj, M. (1997). Motherhood: Power and powerlessness. In J. Bagchi (Ed.), Indian women: Myth and reality. (pp. 34-43). Hyderabad, India: Sangam Books. Mahadevan, K., Sivaraju, S., Reddy, P.J., & Sumangala, M. (1989). Development of population policies in India. In K. Mahadevan (Ed.), Fertility policies of Asian countries. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications. Mansingh, S. (1998). Historical dictionary of India. Delhi, India: Vision Books. Mukherjee, P. (1999). Hindu women: Normative models. Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman. Olesen, V. (1994). Feminisms and models of qualitative research. In Denzin, N.K. & Lincoln, Y.S. (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research. (pp. 158-174) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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Government of India. (2000). National population policy. New Delhi, India: Ministry of
Health and Family Welfare.
Indian National Congress (1949). National planning committee report. Bombay, India:
Vora and Sons.
International Institute for Population Sciences. (2000). National family health survey
1998-99. Mumbai, India: International Institute for Population Sciences and ORC Macro.
International Institute for Population Sciences. (2001). National family health survey
India 1998-1999: West Bengal. Mumbai, India: International Institute for Population
Sciences and ORC Macro.
Kokole, O. H. (1994). The politics of fertility in Africa. In . In J. L. Finkle & C. A.
McIntosh (Eds.), The new politics of population: Conflict and consensus in family
planning (pp. 73-88). New York: The Population Council.
Krishnaraj, M. (1997). Motherhood: Power and powerlessness. In J. Bagchi (Ed.), Indian
women: Myth and reality. (pp. 34-43). Hyderabad, India: Sangam Books.
Mahadevan, K., Sivaraju, S., Reddy, P.J., & Sumangala, M. (1989). Development of
population policies in India. In K. Mahadevan (Ed.), Fertility policies of Asian countries.
New Delhi, India: Sage Publications.
Mansingh, S. (1998). Historical dictionary of India. Delhi, India: Vision Books.
Mukherjee, P. (1999). Hindu women: Normative models. Hyderabad, India: Orient
Longman.
Olesen, V. (1994). Feminisms and models of qualitative research. In Denzin, N.K. &
Lincoln, Y.S. (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research. (pp. 158-174) Thousand Oaks,
CA: Sage.


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