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Acharya, R and Sureender, S. Inter-spouse Communication, Contraceptive Use and Family Size: Relationship Examined in Bihar and Tamil Nadu. The Journal of Family Welfare. December 1996. 42(4).p.5-11.

Bahurajan, P K and Verma, R K. Psycho-social Determinants of Contraceptive Initiation in India.
The Journal of Family Welfare. Sep 1993. 39(3).p. 5-12.

Bhat, T N. Social Change and Family Planning: A Study of Backward Classes. Man and Development. 20(2). June 1998. P. 115-145.  

Cernada, G P and Ubaidur Rob, A K. Pakistan's Fertility and Family Planning: Future Directions. The Journal of Family Welfare. Sept 1992. 38(3).p.49-56.

Duary, N and Sahay, V S. Family Planning Practice: A Message From Indigenous World. Social Change. March-June 1997. 27(1 and 2).p.129-134.

Forum for Women's Health. Contraceptives: Our Choices, Their Choices. IN Our Lives Our Health, edited by Dr. Malini Karkal. Co-ordination Unit. World Conference on Women - Beijing. Aug 1995. p.191.

Gangoli, G. Reproduction, Abortion and Women's Health. Social Scientist 26(11-12) Nov-Dec 1998 p. 83-105.

Gangopadhyay, Bhaswati and Das, D N. Quality of Family Planning Services in India: The Users' Perspective. The Journal of Family Welfare. Sept 1997. 43(3).p.5-12.

Haaga, J G and Maru, R M. The Effect of Operation Research on Program Changes in Bangladesh. Studies in Family Planning. March/April 1996. 27(2). P.76-87.

Hossain, M B and Phillips, J F. The Impact of Outreach on the Continuity of Contraceptive Use in Rural Bangladesh. Studies in Family Planning. March/April 1996. 27(2). p.98-106.

Jejeebhoy, Shireen J. Addressing Women's Reproductive Health Needs: Priorities for the Family Welfare Program. Economic and Political Weekly. March 1997, 32(9 and 10).p.475-484.

Kabir, Sandra M.Causes and Consequences of Unwanted Pregnancy from Asian Women's Perspectives. International Journal of Obstetrics. 1989. Supplement 3 .p.9-14.

Karkal, Malini. Family Planning and the Reproductive Rights of Women. IN Understanding Women's Health Issues: A Reader /Edited by Lakshmi Lingam. 1998. p.228.

Khan, M E and Patel, B C. Male Involvement in Family Planning : A KABP study of Agra District .- New Delhi:  Population Council, 1997.

Khan, , Irfan and Praful Malick. Selected readings in family planning and reproductive health. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1994, 24(3 and 4).p.180-190.

Mauldin, W P and Ross, J A. Family Planning Programme Effort in South Asia. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1994. 24(3 and 4).p.93-117.
Murthy, N and Barua, A. Integrating Reproductive Health in Health Programmes in India. IN Gender, Population and Development /Edited by Maitureyi Krishnaraj; Ratna M. Sudarshan; Abuslen Shariff. Oxford University Press. 1998. P. 291-309.
Piet-Pelon, Nancy J and Rob, Ubaidur. Integration of RTI Care into Existing Family Planning Services in Bangladesh: The Possible and the Practical. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3and4).p.186-195.
Rajaretnam, T. Genuineness of Statistics On Reversible Methods of Family Planning: A Field Investigation in Rural Karnataka. The Journal of Family Welfare. Sept. 1998. 44(3).p.36-44.
Rao, G and others. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Family Planning among Fishermen in Tamil Nadu. The Journal of Family Welfare. September 1993. 39(3).p. 50-54.
Rao, M. Neo-Eugenics: The Quinacrine Sterilisation of Women in India. Women's Link. 3(3). July-September 1997. P. 12-15.
Rob, Ubaidur and Cernada, George: Fertility and Family Planning in Bangladesh. The Journal of Family Planning. Dec 1992. 38(4). P.53-64.
Roy, T K and Paswan, B. Demand for Family Planning Among Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. IN The Family Welfare Programme in India. Edited by Hari Mohan Mathur. Vikas Publishing. 1995. P. 157-175.
Simmons, Ruth and Koenig, Michael. Constrains on Supply and Demand for Family Planning: Evidence from Rural Bangladesh. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1994. 24(3and4) .p.133-146.
Sinha, R K. Maternal Health Care and Contraceptive Acceptance in Orissa: Evidence from a Baseline Survey. IASSI Quarterly. 1997. 16(3 and 4).
Singh, O and Singh, A K. Population Growth and Family Planning in India: An Analysis IN Strategies in Development Planning  /Edited by Singh, Alok Kumar; Rai, Vinay Kumar; Mishra, Anand Prasad. Deep and Deep. P. 355-367.
Srinivasan, K and Rajaram, S. Birth-Based Approach to Family Planning: An Empirical Justification. Journal of Health and Population in Developing Countries. 1(1). P. 44-56.
Srinivasan, K. Population Concern Before Independence. IN Indian Horizons / edited by OP Kejariwal. Indian Council for Cultural Relations. 45(3 and 4). P.ix, 385.
Srivastava, J N. Impact of Child Mortality on Family Size Desires and Family Planning Practice Among White-Collar Workers. The Journal of Family Welfare. 1994. 40(2). p. 19-26.
Sundar, R. The Status of Women and Family Planning Acceptance: Some Field Results.  The Journal of Family Welfare. 1990. p.60-68.
Verma, R K. Reproductive Health Issues: Focus on Men. IASSI Quarterly. Vol 16(3 and 4). 1997. p.172-182.
Vohra, U. Family Planning Success Based on Equity. IN Family planning success based on equity: Human development, Health and Governance in the Indian State of Kerala. Health for the Millions. 25(2). Mar-Apr 1999. p.40-42.
Zachariah, K C. Models of Development and Demographic Change: A Case Study of Kerala. Demography India. 27(1) Jan-June 1998. p. 71-89.

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