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Effect Of Religion And Gender Attitude Towards Family Planning

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The present study was undertaken to know the Effect of religion and gender attitude towards family planning.120 male and 120 female were randomly selected as sample from Gulbarga district (Karnataka).The study revealed that there is a significant difference in the attitudes towards the Effect of religion and gender attitude towards family planning.



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