The Chitwan Valley Family Study: Changing Social Contexts and Family Formation, Nepal, 1995-2017 has new data!

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The Chitwan Valley Family Study: Changing Social Contexts and Family Formation, Nepal, 1995-2017 (ICPSR 4538) has been updated with 6 new restricted-use datasets and 3 new public-use datasets.

New data include:

DS33: Household Registry Data at 240 Months, Restricted-Use
DS34: Time 2, Agriculture and Consumption Public-Use
DS35: Time 3, Agriculture and Consumption Public-Use
DS36: Time 1, 2, and 3 Neighborhood History Data, Restricted-Use
DS37: Individual Interview Data and Household Registry Data at 240 Months, Restricted-Use
DS38: Time 2 Individual Interview Data (Full Sample), Public-Use
DS39: Time 2 Individual Interview Data (Full Sample), Restricted-Use
DS40: Individual Interview Data (Full Sample) and Household Registry Data at 240 Months, Restricted-Use
DS41: Individual Interview Data and Time 2 Individual Interview Data (Full Sample), Restricted-Use

The study was designed to investigate the influence of changing social contexts on family formation behaviors, marriage, childbearing, and contraceptive use.  The research investigates the extent to which changes in the community produce changes in family formation behavior, and whether the family organization of individual life courses produces these changes in behavior.

Access the Chitwan Valley Family Study: Changing Social Contexts and Family Formation, Nepal, 1995-2017 study page
Learn about the Chitwan Valley [Nepal] Family Study Series

 

Dec 19, 2019

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