Population Change in Southeast Asia

Population Change in Southeast Asia
Date of publication:  1983
Publisher:  Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Number of pages:  499
Code:  BM39
Hard Cover
ISBN: 9789971902568
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About the publication

A collection of selected and condensed reports on the broad subject of Population Change in Southeast Asia, this book represents the work of young Southeast Asian social scientists. Their research has helped to cast more light on the problems associated with rapid population growth, more specifically the areas of fertility, population mobility, family planning, the evaluation of family planning programs, and the environmental influence of demographic behaviour.

Contents

  • Population Change in Southeast Asia
    [Whole Publication, ISBN: 9789814345637]
  • Preliminary pages
  • PART I: FERTILITY
  • 1. Fertility Determinants in Sumatra, by Syahruddin, author
  • 2. Socio-Economic Determinants of Fertility in Peninsular Malaysia, by Fong Chan Onn, author
  • 3. Social Mobillity and Fertility in the Philippines, by Eliseo A. de Guzman, author
  • 4. Socio-Demographic and Economic Factors Affecting Fertility in Rural and Urban Thailand, by Pichit Pitaktepsombati, author
  • PART II: POPULATION MOBILITY
  • 5. Determinants and Consequences of Rural to Urban Migration: A Study of 1972 Cebu City Migrants, by Antonieta Ig. E Zablan, author
  • 6. Relocation and Population Planning: A Study of the Implications of Public Housing and Family Planning in Singapore, by Tai Ching Ling, author
  • 7. The Role of Migration in the Industrial Manpower Potential of Haad-Yai, Thailand, by Valaiporn Kangsanat, author
  • PART III: FAMILY PLANNING & TECHNIQUES
  • 8. The Relationship Between Selected Socio-Psychological Variables and the Decision to Practice Family Planning, Jakarta, by Bernadette N. Setiadi, author
  • 9. Commercial Marketing of Contraceptives in Malaysia: The Non-program User Segment, by Sieh Lee Mei Ling, author
  • 10. A Study of Differentials in Intra-uterine Device Use and Its Effects on the Fertility of Women in Rural Barrios of Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines, by Magdalena C. Cabaraban, author
  • 11. An Evaluation of the Impact of Family Planning Inputs Provided by the National Family Planning Program of Thailand on Married Couples in Nakorn Sawan, by Promboon Panitchpakdi, author
  • PART IV: OTHER SELECTED ISSUES
  • 12. The Roles of Husbands and Fathers in Family Planning in Rural Chiang Mai, Thailand, by Luechai Chulasai, author
  • 13. The Fertility Behaviour of Filipino Women Entrepreneurs, by Sherry Jane Gonzalez-Marbella, author
  • 14. Matrilineal Society and Family Planning: A Minangkabau Case Study, by Maswida Tanius, author
  • 15. Demography and Environmental Adaptation: A Comparative Study of Two Aboriginal Populations in West Malaysia, by Albert G Gomes, author
  • Bibliography
  • APPENDICES
  • A. The Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program: A Midterm Evaluation, by Gerard Rixhon, author
  • B. The Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program: A Terminal Evaluation, by Peter Pirie, author
  • C. List of SEAPRAP Grantees

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