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Arora, Dolly. The Victimizing Discourse Sex-Determination Technologies and Policy. Economic and Political Weekly. Feb. 17, 1996. 31(7), p. 420-424. 
Asari, V. Gopalakrishnan. Determinants of contraceptive use in Kerala: The case of son/daughter preference. The Journal of Family Welfare. Sept 1994.40(3).p.19-25 
Baria, F. May be Baby. India Today. 24(20). May 11-17, 1999. P. 72-73. 
Bhagat, R. Where the End Comes Before Birth. The Hindu Business Line. July 20, 1999. P. 15. 
Chunkath, Sheela Rani. Female Infanticide in Tamil Nadu: Some Evidence. Economic and Political Weekly. April 1997. 32(17).p.ws.21-ws.28. 

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

George, Sabu. Female Infanticide in Rural South India. Search Bulletin. July-Sept 1998. 12(3). P. 18-26. 

George, S and Dahiya, R S. Female Foeticide in Rural Haryana. Economic and Political Weekly. Aug. 1998. 33(32).p. 2191-2197. 

George, Sabu. Female Infanticide in Tamil Nadu, India: From Recognition Back to Denial?

Gupta, A and others. Women's Beliefs about Disease and Health. IN Touch Me, Touch-me-not: Women, Plants and Healing. Women's Beliefs about Disease and Health. Kali for Women. 1997. P. 66-91.

Gupte, M and others. Women's Perspectives on the Quality of General and Reproductive Health Care: Evidence from Rural Maharashtra. IN Improving Quality of Care in India's Family Welfare Programme edited by Michael A. Koenig and M.E. Khan. Population Council. 1999. p.117-139. I

Jeeva, M and others. Female Infanticide: Philosophy, Perspective and Concern of SIRD. Search Bulletin. July-Sept. 1998. 13(3).P.9-17. 

Jesani, Amar. Banning Pre-Natal Sex Determination: The Scope and the Limits of the Maharashtra Legislation. IN Understanding Women's Health Issues: A Reader. Edited by Lakshmi Lingam. 1998. P.228.

Johansson, A and others. Population Policy, Son Preference and the Use of IUDs in North Vietnam. Reproductive Health Matters. May 1998. 6(11).p. 66-76. 

Karkal, Malini. Demographic and Cultural Aspects of Prenatal Technology. Bulletin of the Indian Federation of Medical Guilds. July 1998. 18(3).p.68-74.  

Kaur, M. Female Foeticide - A Sociological Perspective. The Journal of Family Welfare. March 1993. 39(1).p. 40-43. 

Krishnakumar, A. Scanning for Death. Frontline. 15(25). December 5-18, 1998. P. 109-112. 

Lingam, L. Sex-Detection Tests and Female Foeticide: Discrimination Before Birth. IN Understanding Women's Health Issues. A Reader edited by Lakshmi Lingam. Kali 1998. P. 209-218. ISBN 81-85107-84-X.  Library

Malhi, P and Jerath, J. Is Son Preference Constraining Contraceptive Use in India?. Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology. 18(2). October 1997. P. 77-92. 

Malhi and others. Preferences for the Sex of Children and its Implications for Reproductive Behaviour in Urban Himachal Pradesh. The Journal of Family Welfare. 45(1). April 1999. P. 23-30. 

Mangai, A. Cultural Intervention through Theatre: Case Study of a Play on Female Infanticide/Foeticide. Economic and Political Weekly. 33(44). October 31, 1998. P. 70-72. 

Mutharapyappa, R and others. Son Preference and Its Effect on Fertility in India. National Family Health Survey. March 1997. no.3. 

Patel, Vibhuti. Sex Selection & Pre Birth Elimination of Girl Child

Premi, Mahendra K and Raju, Saraswati. Born to Die: Female Infanticide in Madhya Pradesh
Search Bulletin. July-Sept 1998. 13(3). P. 94-105. 

Pubby, V. Hanging in an Unequal Balance. Indian Express. 3rd August, 1994. P. 9. 

Rasul, Aminur. Fertility Preference: a Study of Some Basic Concepts and Considerations. The Journal of Family Welfare. March 1993. 39(1). P. 24-32. 

Ravindra, R P. Myths about Sex determination Tests. Facts against Myths. 2(3). June 1995. p.1-6. 

Ravindra, R P. In the Land of Goddess Worship. The Hindu. September 1, 1996. 

Ravindra, R P. Dear God, Give Us Only Male Children. The Weekend Observer. April 25, 1992. P.14. 

Ravindra, R P. The Campaign Against Sex Determination Tests. IN The Struggle Against Violence /Edited by Chhaya Datar. Shree Pub. Calcutta. 1993. P 51-99. 

Ravindra, R P. Techniques of FEMcide: foetal sex-determination and sex pre-selection/technical aspects. Reprinted from I.C.V.F. 144 Pages 1-10.

Ravindra, R. P.  Fighting Female Foeticide - A Long Way to Go.  The Lawyers. Aug. 1991. 6(8). P.4-11. 

Stash, Sharon. Ideal-family-size and Sex-composition Preferences among Wives and Husbands in Nepal. Studies in Family Planning. March/April 1996. 27(2).p. 107-118. 

Swaminathan, Mina and others. Confronting Discimination: Some Approaches to the Issue of Female Infanticide. Search Bulletin. July-Sept 1998. 13(3).P.64-74.
Sureender, S and others. Attitude Towards Females Foeticide: Does It influence the Survival Status of Female Children? (A Case of Punjab). IASSI Quarterly. Vol.16(3 & 4). 1997.p.106-114.
Vishnawath L S. Efforts of Colonial State to Suppress Female Infanticide. Economic and Political Weekly. 33(19) May 9, 1998. P.1104-1112 .

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