Reproduction and Social Organization in Sub-Saharan Africa


 expand sectionIntroduction
 expand sectionChapter One—  Production and Reproduction in Sub-Saharan Africa:  An Overview of Organizing Principles
 expand sectionChapter Two—  The Components of Sub-Saharan Reproductive Regimes and Their Social and Cultural Determinants:  Empirical Evidence
 expand sectionChapter Three—  Regional Variation in Components of Child-Spacing:  The Role of Women's Education
 expand sectionChapter Four—  A Comparative Study of the Levels and the Differentials of Sterility in Cameroon, Kenya, and Sudan
 expand sectionChapter Five—  The Demography of Polygyny in Sub-Saharan Africa
 expand sectionChapter Six—  The Nuptiality Regimes in Sub-Saharan Africa
 expand sectionChapter Seven—  Polygyny and Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa
 expand sectionChapter Eight—  Labor Circulation, Marriage, and Fertility in Southern Africa
 expand sectionChapter Nine—  Childrearing versus Childbearing:  Coresidence of Mother and Child in Sub-Saharan Africa
 expand sectionChapter Ten—  Strategies of Child-Fosterage among Mende Grannies in Sierra Leone
 expand sectionChapter Eleven—  Social Organization, Economic Crises, and the Future of Fertility Control in Africa

 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionSubject Index
 expand sectionAuthor Index
 expand sectionEthnic Group Index
 expand sectionGeographical Index

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