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The Structure Of The Zambian Family, Family Formation, Socialization, Beliefs, Urban Families

Zambia is a landlocked African country. Its population in 1995 was about 7.4 million. The average number of children in a Zambian family is about 6.5. The country occupies about 0.752 million square miles and has a density of fifty-four persons per square mile.

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