ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Family Size and Family Welfare

Family Size and Family Welfare IN the economically advanced countries as well as in the less developed countries, demographic analysis has generally focused on the macro implications of population growth and little on the micro effects that occur at individual or household levels. The socio-economic costs, in individual or household terms, of a rapid population growth tend to be chronic as well as severe. A micro-analytic approach to population study, seeking to show how additional population pressure arises and impinges on the welfare, goals, opportunities, and behaviour of the family, is utterly lacking

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