The value of children : perceptions of Fijian form six students in Fiji's Central Division
The survey conducted in February, 1987 obtained data on the perceptions of the value of children amongst 351 Form Six students of six moderately sized and predominantly indigenous Fijian secondary schools in the Central Division of Fiji. underlying The study attempts to explain the motivations underlying the existing high fertility level amongst the indigeneous Fijians in Fiji. It was found that although most females wanted a smaller family size than their male counterparts,...[Show more]
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