Population Council Journal

Studies in Family Planning

Studies in Family Planning is a peer-reviewed, international journal publishing public health, social science, and biomedical research on sexual and reproductive health, fertility, and family planning, with a primary focus on developing countries. Each issue contains original research articles, reports, a commentary, book reviews, and a data section with findings for individual countries from the Demographic and Health Surveys. Studies in Family Planning is published quarterly.

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Article Abstracts

Effects of the 2010 Haiti earthquake on women’s reproductive health
Authors: Julia Andrea Behrman, Abigail Weitzman. 2016

Instability in parent–child coresidence and adolescent development in urban South Africa
Authors: Leticia J. Marteleto, Shannon Cavanagh, Kate Prickett, Shelley Clark. 2016

Myths and misinformation: An analysis of text messages sent to a sexual and reproductive health Q&A service in Nigeria
Authors: Ann K. Blanc, Kimberly Glazer, Uju Ofomata-Aderemi, Fadekemi Akinfaderin-Agarau. 2016

Respondents’ exposure to community-based services and reported fertility-regulation behavior: A decade of data from the Navrongo Community Health and Family Planning Project
Authors: Elizabeth F. Jackson, Ayaga A. Bawah, John Williams, James F. Phillips. 2016

Emergency contraception in post-conflict Somalia: An assessment of awareness and perceptions of need
Authors: Faduma Gure, Mohammed Koshin Dahir, Marian Yusuf, Angel M. Foster. 2016

The end of China’s one-child policy
Authors: Wang Feng, Baochang Gu, Yong Cai. 2016

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