The value of children in the context of the family in Java
The island of Java is a well-known example of how a largely agrarian population has steadily increased in size and accommodated to resulting pressures on limited resources. This thesis examines the "people" side of this relationship, and focuses on the motivations of parents regarding childbearing. The data from the Java Value of Children Study are analyzed and compared with the findings of a number of community studies in order to discover the roles of children in the family and the ways...[Show more]
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