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close this bookTaking Population Seriously (FF, 1990, 87 p.)
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View the documentThe population puzzle
close this folderThe population debate
View the documentWhat set off the population explosion?
View the documentPopulation: what's the problem?
close this folderA power-structures perspective
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View the documentChildren: poor people's source of power
View the documentWhen many babies die
View the documentWomen: powerlessness and high birth rates
View the documentThe fertility consequences of son preference
View the documentNot only women are made powerless
View the documentSummarizing the power-structures perspective
close this folderThe debate about solutions
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View the documentThe consequences of focusing narrowly on family planning
View the documentHow far can birth control alone take us?
View the documentCan reducing population growth alleviate hunger and other social problems?
View the documentSolutions from the power-structures perspective
close this folderReflections and implications for action
View the documentAdding the missing piece to the population puzzle
View the documentA country's poverty is no excuse
View the documentBroadening the vision
View the documentEffective responses to the population problem
View the documentNotes