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Influence of Communication on Gender Attitudes on Contraceptive Use in Tanzania: New Evidence Using Husbands' and Wives' Survey Data

Publication Date: 
12/31/2012

C-Change recently published an article in the Journal of Biosocial Science comparing the influence of husbands' and wives' gender attitudes on reported contraceptive use within couples. The survey utilized matched couples data from 200 couples in peri-urban areas of Tanzania. Attitudes were measured using the Gender Equitable Men scale, as well as several DHS scales. The article, entitled "The influence of gender attitudes on contraceptive use in Tanzania: new evidence using husbands' and wives' survey data," is available for OpenAccess download. To access the article, please follow this link: http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0021932012000855