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Title: How to delay the adoption of family planning; a brief historical outline of the population control movement.
Authors: Pradervand, P.
Keywords: HISTORY
ATTITUDES
BIRTH CONTROL
POPULATION GROWTH
POVERTY
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION
MOTIVATION
DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAMMES
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Issue Date: 1973
Abstract: IDRC personnel. Article on the history of attitudes towards birth control, with emphasis on the Malthusian movement - discusses the relationship between population increase and poverty, the element of racial discrimination, motivations of developed countries in advocating family planning programmes for developing countrys.
Description: Photocopy of original.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/1844
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Appears in Collections:IDRC Research Results / Résultats de recherches du CRDI
1970s / Années 1970

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