Iranian women and perceptions of autonomy
Aghaie, Laila. (1995). Iranian Women and Perceptions of Autonomy. In: Lambda Alpha Journal, v.25-26, p.24-43
The study seeks to understand how reproductive health strategies utilized by Iranian immigrant women in California reflect and affect their social autonomy.
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