Family size preference and use of contraception in Peninsular Malaysia
This study is an investigation of family size preference and the use of contraception among some currently married women in Peninsular Malaysia. The data are derived from the Ethnicity and Fertility Survey Malaysia, 1980 conducted by the National Family Planning Board, Malaysia. Findings from the analysis show that responses from the preference questions are not mere rationalisation of existing children but are meaningful indications of the family size norms. The role of ethnicity in...[Show more]
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