by National Institute of Development Research & Documentation, University of Botswana in Gaborone, Botswana .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Pia Du Pradal.|
|Series||Working bibliography ;, no. 11|
|Contributions||Du Pradal, Pia., National Institute of Development Research & Documentation (Botswana)|
|LC Classifications||Z7164.B5 A8 1985, HQ766 A8 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 60, 6 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||86182372|
This study examines young adults’ attitudes towards marriage and family formation in Bruneian society. Questionnaires were distributed to a group of undergraduate students aged Author: Norainie Ahmad. Only four out of the thirteen variables explored showed significance on attitudes towards family planning services from CHWs. These are age, level of . Protestant views on contraception are markedly more pluralistic than the views expressed by the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, due to historical divergences of theological thought that began during the Protestant Reformation, including the rejection of an infallible doctrinal authority other than doctrine of Protestantism from the Reformation until . It is the purpose of this study to identify some of the attitudes of parents towards the modern techniques of family planning with particular reference to Ise-Orun local government area of Ekiti State. Purpose of the Study The purpose of the study is to find out the attitude of parents towards the modern techniques of family planning.
The survey includes questions on attitudes about gender, as well as family planning knowledge, attitudes and behaviour. This paper focuses on the total sample of respondents ( male–female couples, either married or co-habiting; husbands and wives were interviewed separately), ranging in age from 15 to 49, including both users and non Cited by: Contraceptive knowledge and access (Chapter 5) are undoubtedly shaped by the surrounding socioeconomic and cultural environment, as are personal attitudes and feelings about contraception (Chapter 6). This observation is consistent with a number of studies—often called a real research—showing that various community attributes, as distinct from individual Cited by: 1. This chapter presents information on family planning worldwide, a profile of Haiti,fertility and family planning in Haiti, family planning initiatives, and the Social Ecological Framework. Section , family planning worldwide, provides a brief backgroundon how family plan ning is. Today, according to figures published in the Family Planning Annual report, those numbers are on the rise.A report published by the blog American Progress states. Out of the 4 million family planning clients who Title X serves, more than half are women of color: 30 percent identify as either black or African American, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Author: Carole Novielli.
Westbrook and Legge () wrote that family attitudes toward the cause and meaning of a disability, as well as toward appropriate response, will be indirectly communicated to the child and will affect the experiences that are provided and the life roles that the child is expected to achieve. These authors compared parents’ attitudes and. The choice of available contraceptive methods has increased in recent years; however, recent data on women’s awareness of methods and reasons for their method choice, or reasons for changing methods, is limited. The aim of this study was to examine the use and awareness of contraceptive methods in the USA, UK, Germany, Italy and Spain. Quantitative . Modern family planning methods were used by 95 (31%) study participants and within this group condoms were frequently used by 39 (13%) study participants and 40 (18%) of the participants were using modern female contraceptive methods (Table-3). Table 2: Attitude of the study participants towards family planning. Statements###Response###n###%. Family planning services are defined as "educational, comprehensive medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine freely the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which this may be achieved". Family planning may involve consideration of the number of children a woman wishes to have, including the choice to have .