Communication aspects of family planning in rural India

Kushwaha, S.S.

SSIP Schriften 43: 356

1979


Document Number: 366868
A case study of a village in North India is used to work out the communications theory basis of the diffusion process of family planning and then to test it empirically. The attempt is regarded more as a conceptual than as an empirical contribution to the systematization of the communications structure of rural communities in developing countries, which may possibly also serve as a general conceptual basis for development related communications research in the Third World. The study is divided into four main sections: A.Introduction; B. Socio-cultural elements of family planning communication; C. The reference framework of family planning communication; D. The case study.

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