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Decision Making and Communication About Child Spacing Among Somali Couples in Minnesota.

08:00 EDT 12th April 2019 | BioPortfolio

Summary of "Decision Making and Communication About Child Spacing Among Somali Couples in Minnesota."

Since civil unrest broke out in Somalia in the 1990s, large numbers of Somalis have immigrated to Western countries, including the United States. It is unknown whether these immigrants maintain their cultural norms of low contraceptive use and high fertility when they live in settings with different norms.

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Name: Perspectives on sexual and reproductive health
ISSN: 1931-2393
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