Childspacing practices among Thai women
This thesis is an attempt to study the fertility behaviour in terms of childspacing practices among rural and urban Thai women. Birth intervals in relation to educational level, contraceptive use, current place of residence and age at the time of the survey are examined by life table techniques. Data used are a subset of the National Survey of Fertility, Mortality and Family Planning in Thailand, 1979. The analysis showed that rural women are more likely to have a subsequent birth after...[Show more]
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