This study assesses the influence of household structure and resource dilution characteristics on children’s immunization coverage in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. The study has three objectives: (1) to compare the impact of different types of household structures (e.g., single parent, two-parent, cohabiting and extended) on child immunization; (2) to examine the effects of household income and resource dilution on child immunization; and (3) to determine whether household structure and resource dilution interact to affect child immunization in these contexts.
Population Research and Policy Review – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 31, 2005
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