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    Intimate Partner Violence and Unintended Pregnancy Among Adolescent and Young Adult Married Women in South Asia.Enu Anand, Sayeed Unisa & Jayakant Singh - 2017 - Journal of Biosocial Science 49 (2):206-221.
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    Female Education and its Association with Changes in Socio-Demographic Behaviour: Evidence From India.Kakoli Borkotoky & Sayeed Unisa - 2015 - Journal of Biosocial Science 47 (5):687-706.
    SummaryEducation is a crucial factor in influencing the pattern and timing of marriage for women, and the changes in levels of female literacy will also change the dynamics of family formation. India has experienced consistent improvement in levels of female literacy; therefore, this study examined the association of women's education with the changes in their demographic behaviour in the Indian context. The central idea of the paper is to examine the differences in age at marriage and first birth, choice of (...)
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    Continuum of Maternal Health Care Services and its Impact on Child Immunization in India: An Application of the Propensity Score Matching Approach.Mohd Usman, Enu Anand, Laeek Siddiqui & Sayeed Unisa - forthcoming - Journal of Biosocial Science:1-20.
    Continuum of care throughout pregnancy, delivery and post-delivery has proved to be a critical health intervention for improving the health of mothers and their newborn children. Using data from the fourth wave of the National Family Health Survey conducted in 2015–16, this study examined the correlates of utilization of maternal health care services and child immunization following the continuum of care approach in India. The study also assessed whether the continuity in utilizing maternal health care services affects the immunization of (...)
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    Predictors of the Diets Consumed by Adolescent Girls, Pregnant Women and Mothers with Children Under Age Two Years in Rural Eastern India.Sayeed Unisa, Abhishek Saraswat, Arti Bhanot, Abdul Jaleel, Rabi N. Parhi, Sourav Bhattacharjee, Apollo Purty, Sudhira Rath, Babita Mohapatra, Avinash Lumba, Sonali Sinha, Nita Kejrewal, Neeraj Agrawal, Vikas Bhatia, Manisha Ruikar & Vani Sethi - forthcoming - Journal of Biosocial Science:1-20.
    Adolescents, pregnant women and mothers of children under 2 years of age are in stages of life characterized by higher nutritional demands. The study measured the dietary diversity of 17,680 adolescent girls, pregnant women and mothers of children under age 2 years in the eastern Indian states of Bihar, Chhattisgarh and Odisha using data from the Swabhimaan baseline survey conducted in 2016. The association of women’s mean Dietary Diversity Scores with socioeconomic, health and nutrition service indicators was assessed. The sampled (...)
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    Do Dietary Patterns and Morbidities Have a Relationship with Primary Infertility Among Women? A Study From NFHS-4 (2015–16), India. [REVIEW]Sayeed Unisa, Kanchan Negi, Sucharita Pujari & Vaishali Chaurasia - 2022 - Journal of Biosocial Science 54 (4):682-697.
    This study assessed the rate of primary infertility and its associated factors among 402,807 currently married women aged 20–49 years in India using National Family Health Survey-4 data collected in 2015–2016. Dietary patterns and selected morbidities were included as independent variables, and socioeconomic variables were considered as covariates. Bivariate and multivariate analyses were done to estimate the prevalence of primary infertility and assess its association with the selected variables, respectively. The rate of primary infertility among currently married women in India (...)
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    Addressing Reproductive Health Knowledge, Infertility and Coping Strategies Among Rural Women in India.Shraboni Patra & Sayeed Unisa - forthcoming - Journal of Biosocial Science:1-9.
    An awareness of fertility and the factors affecting it is crucial to dealing with infertility, though little research has been conducted in the context of rural India. This study assessed Indian women’s perceived causes of, and strategies for coping with, infertility and the associations with levels of reproductive health knowledge in rural areas. Primary data were collected through mapping and listing in high infertility prevalence districts of West Bengal in 2014–15. A total of 159 women aged 20–49 years who had (...)
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    State-Level Dietary Diversity as a Contextual Determinant of Nutritional Status of Children in India: A Multilevel Approach.Kakoli Borkotoky, Sayeed Unisa & Ashish Kumar Gupta - 2018 - Journal of Biosocial Science 50 (1):26-52.
    SummaryThis study aimed to identify the determinants of nutritional status of children in India with a special focus on dietary diversity at the state level. Household-level consumption data from three rounds of the Consumer Expenditure Survey of the National Sample Survey Organization were used. Information on the nutritional status of children was taken from the National Family Health Survey. Dietary diversity indices were constructed at the state level to examine diversity in quantity of food consumed and food expenditure. Multilevel regression (...)
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