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Schooling, transitions and reproductive citizenship for poor people in urban and rural north India: Preliminary results from Alwar and Dewas

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In their classic account, Tim Dyson and Mick Moore linked women's autonomy to demographic regimes in south Asia. As they describe the north Indian demographic regime, it involves relatively high levels of fertility and infant mortality, relatively early age at marriage (which is almost universal in north India), and relatively large gender gaps in health indicators. They describe north Indian young women's very low autonomy, defining autonomy in general terms as ‘the capacity to manipulate one's personal environment … the ability – technical, social, and psychological – to obtain information and to use it for making decisions about one's private...

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