Socioeconomic Status and Disease Risk and Mortality

In the 1970s, the World Fertility Survey documented very large socio-economic differentials in child mortality in most of the 41 developing countries that participated. Table 1 shows socio-economic differentials in mortality rates during the first 5 years of

Table 1 Mortality rates during the first 5years of life (per 1000 births) for nine countries participating in the World Fertility Survey Country Mortality rate per 1000 births

Mother's education Husband's occupation Husband's education

Table 1 Mortality rates during the first 5years of life (per 1000 births) for nine countries participating in the World Fertility Survey Country Mortality rate per 1000 births

Mother's education Husband's occupation Husband's education

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