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Jobs or babies: some choices for Filipino women.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901549
Author(s) :
Isberto EC
Source Document :
PCF Media Serv. (Periodical)
Abstract :
Reports the highlights of a study entitled "Female work participation and fertility in a Philippine setting: a test of alternative models", by Alejandro N. Herrin. The study seeks to establish the actual link between the extent women participate in the labor market and the number of childr . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Not available

Socioeconomic status and fertility in the Southern Philippines: a review and a retest of the threshold hypothesis.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901551
Author(s) :
Costello MA
Source Document :
Philipp Q Culture Soc. (Journal)
Abstract :
Contends that there are a number of problematic issues connected with the hypothesis that there is a threshold level of income such that below it, the effect of rising incomes on fertility is positive. Based on the data from the Mindanao Center for Population Studies, there was not much to support t . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Economic and social correlates of female employment and fertility.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901552
Author(s) :
Herrin AN
Source Document :
Philipp Rev Eco Bus. (Periodical)
Abstract :
This study attempted to test a model wherein a common set of economic and social factors jointly determines current female employment and fertility decisions.. These economic and social factors are those commonly suggested by various theoretical perspectives used to understand the relationship betwe . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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The economic costs of children in the Philippines: a survey.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901553
Author(s) :
Pernia EM
Source Document :
Philipp Rev Eco Bus. (Periodical)
Abstract :
Surveys the literature on the economic costs of children. Relevant studies suggest rough orders of magnitudes for the direct, indirect and social costs of children. The pattern of these costs seems consistent with the persistence of high fertility, especially in rural areas. Direct costs appear suff . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Values and disvalues of children in successive childbearing decisions.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901554
Author(s) :
Bulatao RA
Source Document :
Demography. (Journal)
Abstract :
Describes the values and disvalues that wives and husbands in the Philippines, South Korea, and the US attach to having another child, based on a national survey. Loglinear models show that country and parity affect value and disvalue rankings, but respondents sex does not. Differences suggests a mu . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Methodological and empirical issues in the catholic-protestant fertility differential hypothesis.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901555
Author(s) :
Lacar LQ
Source Document :
Siliman J. (Journal)
Abstract :
Examines the elements and assumptions of the three most dominant hypotheses in the Catholic-Protestant fertility differentials and presents the methodological implications of these assumptions. These hypotheses are called the "particularized theology" hypothesis, the "structural" . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Attitudes of college students and their parents toward sexual behavior: a field study (abstract).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901557
Author(s) :
Genabe RA
Source Document :
CEU Grad Faculty Stud. (Periodical)
Abstract :
Probes the differences in attitude of students and their parents toward sexual behavior. Respondents wre 365 highland college students from the provinces of Benguet, Mt. Province, Kalinga-Apayao and Ifugao. Findings show there is a generation gap between parents and children in attitudes toward sexu . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Breast vs. bottle: a new controversy.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901558
Author(s) :
Caruncho ES
Source Document :
Initia Popul. (Periodical)
Abstract :
Discusses the current controversy on the issue of breastfeeding vs. bottlefeeding. The author favors breastfeeding because of its health benefits for both mother and infant, as against the health hazards (malnutrition and risk of infection) posed by bottlefeeding amid conditions of poverty and illit . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Frustrated fertility: other side of population explosion.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901561
Author(s) :
Jara MB
Source Document :
Depthnews Philipp. (Periodical)
Abstract :
Focuses on subfecundity and its probable causes. This subfecundity condition, as reviewed by MacFalls, is due to the factors such as biological incompabilities, genetic factors, psychopathology diseases, environmental factors and nutritional deficiencies. This condition is higher in the Third World . . .
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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Not available

Survival of humankind: the population viewpoint.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC901565
Author(s) :
Arcega MB
Source Document :
Initia Popul. (Periodical)
Abstract :
Reports on the population control and distribution aspect of the 1977 Survival of Humankind Conference. Policy statements and final recommendations of the population sector are presented
Physical Location :
PCF/PPIC
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