Transnational issues in women's health and well-being Public Deposited

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  • March 22, 2019
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  • Palermo, Tia Maria
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Public Policy
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  • This dissertation investigates aspects of women's health and well-being in two countries. The first paper looks at the effect of a conditional cash transfer program on women's leisure time in Mexico. Whether polarization of abortion opinions is apparent across regions and has increased over time in Mexico are investigated in the second paper. The third paper involves primary data collection among recent Latina immigrants in North Carolina and investigates the dissemination of information on available reproductive health services as well as reproductive health practices among this population.
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  • Billings, Deborah Lynn
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