2 edition of Differentials in contraceptive use among the Karen in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand found in the catalog.
Differentials in contraceptive use among the Karen in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand
by Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University in Canberra
Written in English
|Series||Working papers in demography ;, no. 27, Working papers in demography (Australian National University. Research School of Social Sciences) ;, no. 27.|
|Contributions||Australian National University. Research School of Social Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||HB848 .W664 no. 27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||92203424|
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Author(s): Sootipong,R Title(s): Differentials in contraceptive use among the Karen in Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand/ R. Sootipong. Country of Publication: Australia Publisher: Canberra, Australia, Australian National University, Research School of Social Sciences. The ethnographic study on intergenerational solidarity and economic life among the Karen is situated in the geographical context of Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand.
The term ‘Karen. Barrett's () investigation on drug use in Karen villages in northern Thailand raises arguments that it is dissatisfaction with life rather than poverty per se' that leads to increasing. Differentials in Contraceptive Use Among the Karen in Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand: Sunee Leenothai: The Role of Growth Centres in Migration of Women:.
sleigh, adrian() 'birth control, pregnancy and abortion among adolescents in chiang mai, THAILAND', Asian Population Studies, 7: 1, 15 — 34 To link to this Article: DOI:. The Karen are found in Thailand and Myanmar (Hinton ).
In Thailand, some Karen resided in the vicinity of the ancient city of Chiang Mai as early as the eight century A. (Coedes ) The Hmong live in southwestern part of China, northern part of Laos, Vietnam and Thailand.
The Hmong migrated to Thailand. Crossing Borders in Birthing Practices: A Hmong Village in Northern Thailand () by Kathleen A. Culhane-Pera, Sarinya Sriphetcharawut, Rasamee Thawsirichuchai, Wirachon.
About one third of the Thai Karen live in Chiang Mai province. Karen people tend to settle in the valleys, at about a maximum of meters above sea level. Traditionally ancestor worshipers, many Karen. Trinnawat Suwanprik, Chiang Mai Municipality The need for a more sustainable approach Supporting overpeople in an area of 40, km2,1 the capital of Chiang Mai Province serves as a regional economic and cultural hub in Northern Thailand.
Oral pill, injectable or implant and natural methods of modern contraception were the methods that majority of respondents know about. The majority of the respondents (84%) approved the use of modern contraception.
The study also showed that % were currently using modern contraception File Size: KB. Traditional beliefs about pregnancy and child birth among women from Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand Pranee Liamputtong, PhD (Associate Professor)a, Chiang Mai city and Mae On sub-district in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand.
Participants: 30 Thai women living in Chiang Mai in Thailand. Examining the “success” of a northern Thai Royal Project Sai Latt, Guest Contributor - 05 Sep, For about half a century, northern Thailand’s Royal Projects have.
), or the National Family Planning Coordinating Board, Jl. Let. Jen. M.T. Haryono, JakartaIndonesia (Telephone ), or the Ministry of Health, Institute for Health Research and Development, Jl. Contraceptive Use Among Women Over 30 and Among Those With Three or More Children 59 region and province.
showed contraceptive prevalence of any method as 28% and of modern methods as 20%.7 InPakistan had a lower contraception use than most other Muslim countries.8 This study was carried out to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of contraceptive. Thailand's low fertility rate has been explained by all of the following factors, EXCEPT: Select one: A.
the success of a government-sponsored condom campaign. the one-child policy enacted by Thailand's government in the s. Buddhist attitudes that accept the use of contraception.
A total of 83 legumes species (in 45 genera) had use reports. Five of the 83 legume species had not been reported previously as used in Thailand. Most Karen use reports (43%) of.
Inwhen PDA started, Thailand’s growth rate was percent per year. In just 15 years, contraceptive use among married couples increased from 15 to 70 percent, and the growth rate had dropped to percent, one of the most dramatic birth rate declines ever recorded.
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