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Bang, Rani and Bang, Abhay. Commentary on a Community-Based Approach to Reproductive Health Care. International Journal of Obstetrics. 1989. Supplement 3 .p.125-129.

Barnes, A L. Mental Health Issues in Young Females: A Gender Perspective (Abstract)

Bhate, K and others. Towards an Understanding: In Search of Our Bodies: A Feminist Look at Women, Health and Reproduction in India. Shakti. June 1987. p.84-102.

Bhuyan, K C. Social Mobility and Family Planning Practices in Rural Bangladesh - A Case Study. The Journal of Family Welfare. Dec 1991. 37(4).p.46-58.  

Centre For Health Studies. Women's Occupational and Reproductive Health: Research Evidence and Methodological Issues. Report of the Workshop.  23-25 February, 1998. Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Organised by Centre For Health Studies, TISS, Mumbai, and International Labour Organisation, New Delhi. May 1999.  

Daga and others. Domestic Violence Against Women.: An Investigation of Hospital Casualty Records, Mumbai. International Conference on Preventing Violence, Caring for Survivors.: Role of Health Profession and Services in Violence. YMCA. Nov 28-30. 1998. p.28-36.  

Dietrich, Gabriele. Vistas of Change. IN In Search of Our Bodies: A Feminist Look at Women, Health and Reproduction in India. Edited by Bhate, Kamakshi; Menon, Lakshmi; Gupte, Manisha. Shakti. June 1987.p.113.  

Gothoskar, Sujata. Women, Work and and Health: An interconnected Web. (Case of Drugs and Cosmetics Industries) Reprinted from Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 32 Issue No. 43 October 25-31, 1997. Page No. WS45-WS52

Gupte, Manisha. The Social Trap. IN In Search of Our Bodies edited by Kamakshi Bhate; Lakshmi Menon; Manisha Gupte. Shakti. June 1987. P. 6-12.  

Hari, M. Modernisation, Status of Women, and Fertility. The Journal of Family Welfare. June 1991. 37(2). p. 62-67.  

Islam, Mazharul and others. Fertility and Its Proximate Determinants in Bangladesh: Evidence from the 1993/94 Demographic and Health Survey. Asia-Pacific Population Journal. Sep 1998. 13(3). p. 3-22.  

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

Kabra, S G. Reproductive Health Care For Women: A Saga of Excess, Exploitation and Violation. Issues in Medical Ethics. April-June 1997. 5(2).p.47-48.  

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. ISBN 81-85107-84-X.  

Karkal, Malini. Indian Women and Globalisation. (Unpublished Article) November 27, 1996.  

Karkal, Malini. Occupational and Health Rights of Women and Legal Protection.
Paper Presented at the Symposium on Women's Rights at the Workplace: the Emerging Challenges and Legal Interventions held at TISS, Deonar, 27th to 29th February 1996.  

Karkal, Malini. Our Health: How Does It Count? - An Overview. IN Our Lives, Our Health edited by Dr. Malini Karkal. Co-ordination unit. World conference on women - Beijing '95. Aug. 1995. P. 191.  

Karkal, Malini. Population Control: State Sponsored Violence Against Women.  
International Conference on Preventing Violence, Caring for Survivors: Role of health profession and services in violence. Nov 28-30, 1998. YMCA, Mumbai. p.88-94.  

Karkal, Malini and others. Women, Health and Development. Radical Journal of Health. 1995. 1(1).p.25-34.  

Kishor, Sunita And Sulabha Parasuraman. Mother's Employment and Infant and Child Mortality in India. (Abstract), National Family Health Survey Subject Reports: Number 8 April 1998

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

Leela, S and Busi, B R. The Effect of Physiological State on the Nutritional Status of Women. Man in India. Sept 1995. 75(3).p.221-229.

Madhiwalla, N and Jesani, A. Morbidity among Women in Mumbai City: Impact of Work and Environment. Economic and Political Weekly. Oct 1997. 32(43).p.ws.38-ws.49.  

Mathur, Hari Mohan. Social and Cultural Influences on Fertility Behaviour. IN The Family Welfare Programme in India. Edited by Hari Mohan Mathur. Vikas Publishing. 1995. P 146-156. ISBN 0-7069-9854-5.  

Mistry, M. Role of Religion in Fertility and Family Planning Among Muslims in India. Indian Journal of Secularism. 3(2). July-Sept 1999. P.1-33.  

Mulgaonkar, Veena. Reproductive Health of Women in Urban Slums of Bombay. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3 & 4).p.137-156.  

Nagi, B S and others. Reproductive Health of ST and SC Women. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3 & 4).p.197-207.  

Nanda, Satyajeet and Sureender, S. Female Work Status and its Relationship with Fertility and Child Loss in Olissa. The Journal of Family Welfare. Sept 1997. 43(3).p.34-37.  

Pandey, A. Analysing Female Nuptiality Pattern at Micro Level: A Case of Uttar Pradesh. IASSI Quarterly. 1997. 16(3&4).  

Patel, P and Capoor, I. Listening and Talking with Women on Health. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3-4).p.125-136.  

Ramasubban, R. Patriarchy and the Risks of STD and HIV Transmission to Women. Bibliographic information currently unavailable

Ravindra, T K S. Women's Health in a Rural Poor Population in Tamil Nadu. IN Women's Health Situation in a Rural Population Edited by T. K. Sundari Ravindra, p.175-211.  

SABALA: Breaking the Silence: Exploring Women's Sexuality. Voices: a Journal on Communication for Development. April 1999. 3(1).p.22-24.  

Sharma, Vinit and Sharma, Anuragini. The Status of Women, Fertility and Family Planning among Tribals of South Rajasthan. The Journal of Family Welfare. December 1993. 39(4). P. 20-25.  

Singh, A K and C. Rajyalakshmi: Status of Tribal Women in India. Social Change. Dec. 1993. 23(4).p.3-18.  

Srivastava, N. Exposing Violence against Women: A Campaign in Uttar Pradesh. Economic and Political Weekly. 34(8). Feb 20-26, 1999. P. 453-454.  

Sundar, R. The Status of Women and Family Planning Acceptance: Some Field Results. The Journal of Family Welfare. 1990. p.60-68.  

Swaminathan, P. Reproductive Health from a 'Women and Work' Perspective: Issues for Consideration. Women on Track. Women's Health Studies Research Centre. July 1998. No.5.  

Upadhyada, P. Women and Abortion Rights in Nepal. International Conference on Preventing Violence, Caring for Survivors: Role of Health Profession and Services in Violence. Nov 28-30, 1998. p.124-126.  

Vadir, Asha and Khanvilkar, Sandeep. Status of Indian Women: Production and Reproduction. Radical Journal of Health. 1995. 1(z). P.162-167.  

Varghese, M. RCH in the Context of Women's Health. Health for the Millions. May-June 1998. p. 16-17.  

Vijayanthimala, K. and Bharati Kumari, K. Women with multiple roles: Perception of psychological factors and marital satisfaction. The Journal of Family Welfare. September 1997. 43(3).p.54-60.  

Vohra, U. Family Planning Success Based on Equity. 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.

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