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Reflections on research ethics

Sandhya Srinivasan


The objectives of this survey of 1,193 households in rural and urban areas of Nashik district, Maharashtra, were to study women’s health problems and the health care they receive, and how these were influenced by factors such as age, marital status, caste, class and women’s position in the household.

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