Beberapa faktor yang berpengaruh pada tingkat kelangsungan hidup anak di pedesaan Jawa Barat dan pedesaan Jawa Timur

Translated title of the contribution: Some factors that affect the level of survival of children in rural West Java and rural East Java

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Abstract

Factors affecting the survival rate of children in rural Java, Indonesia, are analyzed. Variables examined include mother's education, age at first marriage, household facilities, and duration of breast-feeding. The data are from the 1973 Indonesian Fertility and Mortality Survey. Mother's education and age at first marriage are shown to influence infant survival the most, whereas household facilities have no significant impact. "It is also concluded that mothers with length of breastfeeding interval between 24 and 35 months have [a] child survival rate greater than those with length of breastfeeding other than 24-35 months. Besides, [the] child survival rate is lower for mothers working in non agricultural activities relative to those working in agricultural activities or those who are not working." (summary in ENG) excerpt

Translated title of the contributionSome factors that affect the level of survival of children in rural West Java and rural East Java
Original languageIndonesian
JournalMajalah Demografi Indonesia
Volume10
Issue number19
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 1983

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