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The article 'Why national fertility campaigns are unlikely to make people have more children' has been published on The Conversation. It was written by Stuart Gietel-Basten, Associate Professor of Social Policy at the University of Oxford.

Why national fertility campaigns are unlikely to make people have more children Amy the Nurse

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Read the full article on The Conversation website.

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