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Re: Social norms and women's work_India [message #25421 is a reply to message #25413] Mon, 17 October 2022 12:44 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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Following is a response from DHS staff members, Tom Pullum and Fred Arnold:

The sampling strata (v022 and v023, which are equal) are always intended to be relatively homogeneous internally, and relatively different from one another. You could use a multi-level model or one-way analysis of variance to quantify "relatively". But a stratum is not a social unit. Typically, it is a group of urban areas or a group of villages (the individual urban areas or villages are the PSUs).
 
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