As Nepalis become more educated, they not only move out of the sphere of family influence, as discussed in previous research, but also away from being influenced by their neighbors.
I thank Lisa Pearce, Jacqueline Hagan, Kenneth T. Andrews, Philip Cohen, Christian Smith, and Anne Hunter for their guidance and helpful comments.
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