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Family planning in Iloilo: Demographic and psychological perspectives
During the past five years or so, studies on population control and family planning have been conducted in this country, but most of these have been on the socio-economic field. We are not aware of studies on the psychological ...
Association between fertility and cultural (environmental) factors as perceived by women
Some cultural factors have been pointed out as being related to the success or failure of family planning programs. This sub-study was conducted to determine the extent to which fertility is associated with the Women's ...
A study of the relationship between wives' developmental value-orientation and their fertility
(Central Philippine University, 1977-10-31)
The purposes of this study were (1) to assess the developmental value orientation (future, mastery over nature, individualism and doing) of wives and their relation to the number of pregnancies and (2) to find out if wives ...
Study of the attitudes of married women about family planning and its relation to fertility in the Province of Iloilo
KAP (Knowledge, Attitude, Practice) surveys in developing countries typically show that a majority of women in the childbearing ages say that they want no more children and are interested in methods to prevent pregnancy. ...
A study of the relationship between knowledge of family planning and involvement in family planning and fertility
The world is beset with numerous problems, but one of the most serious is the explosive growth of human population. If this problem is not solved, man may face starvation, poverty or even extinction. A book on population ...