Women's Involvement in Household Decision-Making is a three-item measure of men's report of their wives' involvement in three types of household decisions.
Geographies Tested: Afghanistan
Populations Included: Male
Age Range: Adults
1. Who usually decides how the money you earn will be used?
2. Who usually makes decisions about making major household purchases?
3. Who usually makes decisions about health care for your family?
Wife not involved in any household decisions
Wife involved in some decisions
Wife involved in all decisions
Packer, C. A., Rastagar, S. H., Chen, M., Bernholc, A., Hemat, S., Seddiqi, S., McIntosh, R., Costenbader, E., & Todd, C. S. (2020). Factors associated with reported modern contraceptive use among married men in Afghanistan. Reproductive Health, 17(1), 64. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12978-020-0908-1
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