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Black Activist Mothering: A Historical Intersection of Race, Gender, and Class
(Hopkins Population Center, 1997)
The prevalence of poor health among young disadvantaged Black mothers and their children has prompted a revival of maternal activism among Black middle-class urban women. A study of the California-based "Birthing Project," ...
Simultaneity in Maternal-Child Health Care Utilization and Contraceptive Use: Evidence from Developing Countries
(Hopkins Population Center, 1997-08)
This study examined the relationship between the use of maternal-child health (MCH) care and the use of contraceptives. The high correlation between the two may be due to the independent effect of one on the other or to ...
Effects of Divorce on Mental Health Through the Life Course
(Hopkins Population Center, 1997-02)
The long-term effects of divorce on individuals after the transition to adulthood are examined using information from a British birth cohort that has been followed from birth to age 33. Growth-curve models and fixed-effects ...