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Fertility values of children and parents in peninsular Malaysia : a cross-cultural study of Malays, Chinese, and Indians

Kee, Poo-kong


This study focuses on the development of population-related values and attitudes and the perceptions of the value and cost of children among Malaysians. The research covers four states in Peninsular Malaysia and includes Malays, Chinese, and Indians at different stages of the life cycle in rural and urban areas. Apart from an original study of population socialization, this research provides for the first time data on childbearing motivations in Malaysia within the conceptual framework...[Show more]

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Date published: 1980
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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