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Women"s autonomy and reproductive behaviour

S. Gunasekaran

Women"s autonomy and reproductive behaviour

by S. Gunasekaran

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Published by Kalpaz Publications in Delhi .
Written in English


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Study based on three Districts of Tamil Nadu namely Kancheepuram, Tiruchchirāppalli, and Viḹ̲uppuram Irāmacāmip Paṭaiyāṭciyār Māvaṭṭam.

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StatementS. Gunasekaran
The Physical Object
Pagination380 p. :
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24525807M
ISBN 109788178358048
LC Control Number2010327274

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper explores the relationship between women’s autonomy and reproductive behavior in four selected provinces of Iran, namely Gilan, West Azarbaijan, Sistan Baluchistan and Yazd. Data for this study comes from the Iran Fertility Transition Survey (IFTS) which was conducted in . A study of the importance of self-trust for women's autonomy in reproductive health. The power of new medical technologies, the cultural authority of physicians, and the gendered power dynamics of many patient-physician relationships can all inhibit women's reproductive freedom. Often these factors interfere with women's ability to trust themselves to choose and act in .

women's education, autonomy, and reproductive behaviour: experience from developing countries, by shireen j. jejeebhoy  Behrman, Jere R. . Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology. Volume 8, Number 2. July 17 Women Empowerment or Autonomy: A Comparative View in Bangladesh Context Md. Morshedul Haque* Towfiqua Mahfuza Islam** Md. Ismail Tareque*** and Md. Golam Mostofa**** Abstract: This study attempts to measure and distinguish women empowerment and autonomy from each other by File Size: KB.

  20 Books About Reproductive Rights That Every Woman Should Read What to read if you want to understand the still-unresolved battle over sex, pregnancy, and women's bodies. By Robin MartyAuthor: Robin Marty.   It has been proposed that the autonomy of women is one of the mechanisms of how education influences contraceptive use in developing countries. We tested this hypothesis in a national sample of women in by:


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Women"s autonomy and reproductive behaviour by S. Gunasekaran Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the second stage, the impact of women's autonomy on their reproductive behaviour as well as on their knowledge and adoption of family planning methods is assessed. This book will serve as an useful guide to measure the level of women's autonomy in different dimensions.

Beyond these few general assertions, however, there is little consensus on such issues as how much education is required before changes in autonomy or reproductive behavior occur; whether the education-autonomy relationship exists in all cultural contexts, at all times, and at all levels of development; and which aspects of autonomy are important in the relationship Cited by: International Studies in Demography.

This research survey looks at the measurable effects of women's education on fertility and female autonomy. Women's access to education is a fundamental right, empowering women and affecting their demographic behavior. However, there is little consensus on the exact nature of the relationship between education.

In The Second Stage, The Impact Of Women's Autonomy On Their Reproductive Behaviour As Well As On Their Knowledge And Adoption Of Family Planning Methods Is Assessed.

This Book Will Serve As An. Get this from a library. Women's autonomy and reproductive behaviour. [S Gunasekaran] -- Study based on three Districts of Tamil Nadu namely Kancheepuram, Tiruchchirāppalli, and Vil̲uppuram Irāmacāmip Paṭaiyāṭciyār Māvaṭṭam.

Beyond these few general assertions, however, there is little consensus on such issues as how much education is required before changes in autonomy or reproductive behaviour occur; whether the education-autonomy relationship exists in all cultural contexts, at all times, and at all levels of development; and which aspects of autonomy are important in the relationship.

Author(s): Jejeebhoy, Shireen J. Abstract: Women's access to education has been recognized as a fundamental right. At the national level, educating women results in improved productivity, income, and economic development, as well as a better quality of life, notably a healthier and better nourished population.

It is important for all kinds of demographic behaviour. Womens Autonomy and Reproductive Behavior Among Kurdish Women in Mahabad, Iran. Buy Women's Education, Autonomy, and Reproductive Behaviour: Experience from Developing Countries (International Studies in Demography) by Jejeebhoy, Shireen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday. The focus of this study is on the role of autonomy on contraceptive use among women in stable sexual relationships i.e.

married or cohabiting. Therefore, this study will help identify any relationships between women’s autonomy and their reproductive behaviour. Women's Education, Autonomy, and Reproductive Behaviour: Experience from Developing Countries is one step in filling this gap.

Synthesizing the available literature from various disciplines and regions, this review addresses such topics as the ways in which educating women affects their lives and their autonomy. Women's Education, Autonomy, and Reproductive Behaviour: Experience from Developing Countries.

Shireen J. Jejeebhoy. in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: Women's access to education has been recognized as a fundamental right. At the national level, educating women results in improved productivity, income, and economic development, as Cited by: Atthe same time, it is clear that education empowers women, providing them with increased autonomy in every sphere of their lives.

Moreover, education is important for all kinds of demographic behaviour, affecting mortality, health, fertility. The Impact of Women's Autonomy on the Reproductive Behavior in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. This paper investigated the potential importance of women’s autonomy in reproductive health-care-seeking behavior of women in Ethiopia.

Data from the Ethiopian Demographic and Health survey (DHS), which involved a total of 16, women, were by: Get this from a library. Women's education, autonomy, and reproductive behaviour: experience from developing countries.

[Shireen J Jejeebhoy] -- Women's access to education has been recognized as a fundamental right. At the national level, educating women results in improved productivity, income, and economic development, as well as a better.

relationship between women’s autonomy and reproductive behavior, present the data used, and also briefly describe the research setting.

Second, the status and autonomy of women in. Women's Education, Autonomy and Fertility Behaviour. these fundamental issues that this book took shape. fertility experience of 22, women of reproductive age during years in. Developing countries Women Women's education, autonomy, and reproductive behaviour: experience from developing countries / Shireen J.

Jejeebhoy. - Version details - Trove. How socio-demographic factors influence women's autonomy in decision making on health care including purchasing goods and visiting family and relatives are very poorly studied in Nepal. This study aims to explore the links between women's household position and their autonomy in decision making.

We used Nepal Demographic Health Survey (NDHS)which provided data on ever married women. Jejeebhoy, Shireen J. Women's education, autonomy, and reproductive behaviour: experience from developing countries / Shireen J.

Jejeebhoy Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press Oxford: New York Australian/Harvard Citation.rob women of reproductive autonomy. Criminalization reduces the range of options available to women. For ex-ample, as Carolyn Sufrin details in her new book, Jailcare: Finding the Safety Net for Women behind Bars,18 pregnant How the Criminalization of Pregnancy Robs Women of Reproductive Autonomy by micheLe goodwinCited by: 7.It has been argued that women's autonomy has considerable impact on reproductive behaviour.

Women with higher autonomy are more likely to be involved in their marriage arrangements leading to a later age at marriage, to acquire information regarding family planning methods and to use the methods during their reproductive life, and to control.