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Serçekus, Pinar, and Samiye Mete.
Effects of antenatal education on maternal prenatal and postpartum adaptation
Journal of advanced Nursing 66, no. 5 (2010): 999-1010.
Mete, Samiye, Kerziban Yenal, and Hülya Okumus.
An investigation into breastfeeding characteristics of mothers attending childbirth education classes
Asian nursing research 4, no. 4 (2010): 216-226.
Mete, Cem, Jeanine Braithwaite, and Pia H Schneider.
Economic implications of chronic illness and disability in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
A Regional Overview (2008).
Mete, Cem, Huan Ni, and Kinnon Scott.
The impact of health shocks on employment, earnings, and household consumption in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Economic implications of chronic illness and diability in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union (2008).
Kolling, Marie, Mete Deden, Niels Jacobsen, Signe Nielsen, and Nanna Schmidt.
What will tomorrow bring? An anthropological investigation of characters of and conditions for illness action among people with diabetes in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Copenhagen , DENMARK: DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN , 2008.
Lloyd, Cynthia B, Cem Mete, and Zeba A Sathar.
The Effect of Gender Differences in Primary School Access, Type, and Quality on the Decision to Enroll in Rural Pakistan
Economic Development and Cultural Change 53, no. 3 (2005): 685-710.
Lloyd, Cynthia, Cem Mete, and Monica Grant.
Exclusion, Gender and Education: Case Studies from the Developing World
Rural Girls in Pakistan: Constraints of Policy and Culture (2007).
Serçekus, P, and S Mete.
Turkish women's perceptions of antenatal education
International nursing review 57, no. 3 (2010): 395-401.
Mete, Cem, Cynthia B Lloyd, and Naveeda Salam.
Learning versus Working; Factors Affecting Adolescent Time Allocation in Pakistan
Pakistan Development Review 51, no. 2 (2012): 131-151.
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