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impact of education on attitude towards abortion among women in rural-urban Thailand
1987 by Institute of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University in [Bangkok] .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Paper ;, no. 55, Paper (Sathāban Prachākō̜nsāt) ;, no. 55.|
|LC Classifications||HQ767.5.T5 S58 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||89915525|
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Author(s): Siriboon,S Title(s): The impact of education on attitude towards abortion among women in rural-urban Thailand/ S. Siriboon. Country of Publication: Thailand Publisher: Bangkok, Thailand, Chulalongkorn University, Institute of Population Studies, Although physicians in Thailand can carry out abortions legally, unsafe abortion rates remain high and have serious consequences for women’s health.
Training programs for healthcare providers on the ‘Care of unplanned and adolescent pregnancies for the prevention of unsafe abortions’ have been implemented in Thailand with the aim of providing information and challenging.
Faso. Relating individuals’ attitudes towards birth control to their socio-demographic characteristics and to their attitudes towards other life dimensions, and applying N. Elias’ theory of the civilization process, we seek to explain why abortion is less tolerated, while more widely practiced, in the city than in the by: Some studies have shown differences between the urban and rural areas in knowledge, attitude and practices of women towards antenatal care [8, 9].
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Rural women tend to have less education, fewer job opportunities, and greater family caretaking responsibilities than women in urban areas. Residents of rural areas historically have elevated rates of unemployment, little or no health insurance, and limited access to health care (Bennett, Skatrud, Guild, Loda, & Klerman, ).Cited by: abortion in the RCH package and work towards making it safe.
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For example, infant’s health depends on the care taken by mother during pregnancy which in turn depends on her education and also the education in the community.
Further, an educated mother is better equipped to help her children in studies. So, there is a need for change in the social attitude of rural people towards women. A cross-sectional study was conducted among pregnant women visiting Antenatal clinic at urban & rural field practice area from June to November Semi structured questionnaires were used to gather the socio-demographic data, knowledge, attitude & practices about nutrition during pregnancy.
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Studies suggest that the experiences of unmarried young women seeking abortion in India differ from those of their married counterparts, but the evidence is limited. Research was undertaken among nulliparous young women aged 15–24 who had abortions at Cited by: Son preference has been shown to influence the childbearing behavior of women, especially in China.
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