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ERIC Number: EJ166983
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Publication Date: 1977
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Race, Education, and Fertility: A Comparison of Black-White Reproductive Behavior
Stokes, C. Shannon; And Others
Phylon, 38, 2, 160-69, Jun 77
Overall, blacks in Atlanta have higher fertility rates than whites due in part to educational and demographic differences between these groups. However, these factors do not explain the lower fertility rates of better educated black women. The insecurities associated with minority group status may be one of the reasons. (Author/AM)
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Identifiers - Location: Georgia (Atlanta)