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Year : 1992  |  Volume : 17  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 62-64
Socio- Demographic Factors And Non- Immunization In Children

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An Investigation was conducted to evaluate various socio- demographic variables and non- immunization in children of this region. Among all the children brought to well baby clinics, 20% were not immunized against any of the six killer diseases. Eighty two percent these were from social class I and II. Mothers of 50% and fathers of 40% non – immunized children were illiterate. Common factors for non- immunization were illness, ignorance and indifference.

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