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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The present study aims at examining factors affecting child mortality in Ilam province of Iran. Regarding the issue, the study considers relationships between social exclusion and population indicators and child mortality. The method of research is Suruey and the subjects include all married women ranged 15 to 49 who at least managed to give birth to a healthy baby. Theories of social exclusion and child mortality are used as the theoncal basis of the study. Based on the data obtained, the average size of the families was 4.9; the mean time interred between the births was 42 months; the mean for the children ever born was 3.05 and the mean for the children surviving was 2.5. multi variable logistic regression analysis for the whole province, the indicators of population, social exclusion and the type of marriage had significant impact on mortality rate. in the cities, however, socil exclusion, the type of marriage, and the awareness about child-care had significant impact. Finally, in rural areas, the indicators of population, social exclusion, nutration, and the type of marriag remained in the model.