The construction of a small-family norm in Java
The thesis question arises from findings that responses on ideal family size asked in the 1976 Indonesia Fertility Survey and the 1987 National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey suffer from bias toward respondents’ number of children, and the suspicion that they merely reflect societal norms rather than personal ideals. But when statements on ideal family size between the two surveys are compared, there is an indication of changing attitudes toward smaller family size observable...[Show more]
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