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Background: Women’s decision-making autonomy in developing settings has been shown to improve child survival and health outcomes. However, little research has addressed possible connections between women’s autonomy and children’s schooling.

Background: Women’s decision-making autonomy in developing settings has been shown to improve child survival and health outcomes. However, little research has addressed possible connections between women’s autonomy and children’s schooling.
Objective: To examine the relationship between rural women’s decision-making autonomy and enrollment status of primary school-age children living in their households and how this relationship differs by child’s gender.

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    • 2015-03-24
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.4054/DemRes.2015.32.25
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    Luz, Luciana, & Agadjanian, Victor (2015). Women's decision-making autonomy and children's schooling in rural Mozambique. DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH, 32:25, 775-795. http://dx.doi.org/10.4054/DemRes.2015.32.25

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