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Title: The Relationship between Female Education Level and Fertility Rates: A Case Study of Kagulu Subcounty (Buyende District) Uganda.
Authors: Wakidha, Mubaraka
Keywords: Female Education
Fertility Rates
Issue Date: Nov-2015
Publisher: Kampala International University. College of Education,open distance and e-learning.
Abstract: The present paper deals with the topic of fertility in KAGULU SUBCOUNTY and takes as its point of departure the need to reduce very high fertility, given its potential harmful effects. Two approaches to reducing fertility are identified, viz, coercion and voluntarism. As coercion is rejected, the paper works within a voluntary approach to fertility reduction. This entails trying to understand what causes high fertility to persist so these causes can be targeted. It is discussed how such causes can best be examined, and as it is my belief that a problem with many fertility theories is their focus on just one explanatory factor, I identify a theoretical framework that is able to incorporate insights from several different theories,
Description: A Dissertation Presented To The College Of Education And Long Distance Learning Of Kampala International University Kampala, Uganda In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirement For The Award Of A Bachelors Degree Of Arts With Education.
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Arts with Education

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