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Laurie DeRose Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 21 references in this bibliography folder.

DeRose, D, Goldscheider, F, and Brito, J (2019).
Are Children Barriers to the Gender Revolution? International Comparisons
European Journal of Population:1-35.

DeRose, L, Huarcaya, G, Salazar-Arango, A, and et al (2017).
Children’s Living Arrangements and On-time Progression Through School in Latin America and the Caribbean
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 38(2):184-203.

DeRose, L, Salazar-Arango, A, Corcuera Garcia, P, Gas-Aixendri, M, and Rivera, R (2017).
Maternal Union Instability and Childhood Mortality Risk in the Global South, 2010-2014
Population Studies, 76(2):211-228.

DeRose, L and Ezeh, A (2010).
Decision-Making and Contraceptive Use: Evidence from Uganda
Population Research and Policy Review, 29(3):423-439.

DeRose, LF, Wu, L, and Dodoo, FN (2010).
Inferring Gender-Power: Women’s Schooling and Relative Spousal Influence in Childbearing in Ghana
Genus, 66(12):69-91.

Gonzalez, AM, DeRose, L, and Oloo, F (2010).
In: Frontiers of Globalization: Kinship and Family Structures in Africa, ed. by Ana Marta Gonzalez, Laurie DeRose, and Francis Oloo, Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ.

Klein Hattori, M and DeRose, L (2008).
Young Women's Perceived Ability to Refuse Sex During the AIDS Epidemic in Urban Cameroon
Studies in Family Planning, 39(4):309-320.

Madhavan, S and DeRose, L (2008).
Families and Crisis in the Developing World: Implications for Responding to Children Affected by HIV/AIDS
Learning Group on Strengthening Families, The Joint Learning Initiative on Children and HIV/AIDS.

DeRose, L (2007).
Marriage Type and Relative Spousal Power in Ghana: Changing Effects of Monogamy During Early Fertility Decline
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 38(1):125-141.

DeRose, L (2007).
Women's Work and Breastfeeding Simultaneously Rise in Ghana
Economic Development and Cultural Change, 55(3):583-612.

DeRose, L and Kravdal, O (2007).
Educational Reversals and First-Birth Timing in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Dynamic, Multilevel Approach
Demography, 44(1):59-77.

DeRose, LF (2005).
Changes in Postpartum Practices in Ghana, 1988-1998
In: Reproductive Change in Ghana: Recent Patterns, Future Prospects, ed. by S Agyei-Mensah, J B Casterline and D K Agyeman, pp. 142-160, Department of Geography and Resource Development, University of Ghana, Accra.

DeRose, LF and Ezeh, AC (2005).
Men's Influence on the Onset and Progress of Fertility Transition in Ghana
Population Studies, 59.

DeRose, LF (2004).
Coping with Nursing and Working: How Employed Mothers Maintain Breastfeeding
In: Sex, Work and Survival: Gendered Strategies and Gendered Conflicts in Ghana at the Close of the Twentieth Century, ed. by C Oppong and Y P A Oppong, Currey, Cambridge.

DeRose, LF, Dodoo, FN, Ezeh, AC, and Owuor, TO (2004).
Does Discussion of Family Planning Improve Knowledge of Partner's Attitude?
International Family Planning Perspective, 30(2):87-93.

DeRose, LF (2002).
Continuity of Women's Work, Breastfeeding, and Fertility in Ghana in the 1980s
Population Studies, 56(2):167-179.

DeRose, LF, Dodoo, FN, and Patil, V (2002).
Fertility Desires and Perceptions of Power in Reproductive Conflict in Ghana
Gender and Society, 16(1):53-73.

DeRose, LF, Dodoo, FN, and Patil, V (2002).
Schooling and Attitudes on Reproductive-Related Behavior Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Ghana
International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 30(1).

DeRose, LF, Das, M, and Millman, SR (2000).
Does Female Disadvantage Mean Lower Access to Food?
Population and Development Review, 26(3):517-547.

DeRose, L, Messer, E, and Millman, S (1998).
Who's Hungry? And How Do We Know?
United Nations University Press, Tokyo.

Brockerhoff, M and DeRose, LF (1996).
Child Survival in East Africa: The Impact of Preventative Health Care
World Development, 24(12):1841-1857.

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