1 edition of Gender composition of surviving children and contraceptive use in Bangladesh found in the catalog.
Gender composition of surviving children and contraceptive use in Bangladesh
by Centre for Health and Population Research, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Dhaka
Written in English
|Statement||A.B.M. Khorshed Alam Mozumder ... [et al.].|
|Series||ICDDR,B working paper ;, no. 64, Working paper ;, no. 122, Working paper (International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh) ;, no. 64., Working paper (MCH-FP Extension Project (Rural) (Bangladesh)) ;, no. 122.|
|Contributions||Mozumder, A. B. M. Khorshed Alam., International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh., MCH-FP Extension Project (Rural) (Bangladesh)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||2005310974|
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My body, my choice is a feminist slogan used in several countries, contraception use and health care. Only two countries namely The book covers the conflict over abortion around the world. Booklist wrote that it "should be required reading for teens of every gender.". parities. Contraceptive use can also im prove birth spacing, which can further beneﬁ t the health of mothers and children, reducing maternal and child mortality.5 Parents can invest more money and time per child in health, nutrition, and education when they have fewer child ren. Early childhood investments in health and nutri tion can.
Five Challenges, One Solution: Women 5 Issue Description Women determine population trends by deciding how many children to have and when to have them. Currently, a majority of married women of reproductive age (55%) have the capacity to plan their pregnancies by using modern contraception. Yet. Keeping other variables (including the number and gender composition of surviving children, the mother’s age, and survival of the previous child), the desire for continued births rises with birth order, implying that earlier infant deaths increase desired fertility. Bhatia S. Contraceptive users in rural Bangladesh—a time trend analysis Cited by: 3.
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This paper explores the effect of sex composition of surviving children on the acceptance and discontinuation of contraception in a sample of women in Matlab, Bangladesh, observed over a period of 60 months. Data were analyzed via hazards regression. Strong and significant effects of gender preference were found on contraceptive by: Author(s): Mozumder,A B; Sarker,A H; Barkat-e-Khuda; Rahman,D M Title(s): Gender composition of surviving children and contraceptive use in Bangladesh/ A.B.
Mozumder [et al.]. Country of Publication: Bangladesh Publisher: Dhaka, Bangladesh, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh [ICDDR,B], Centre for Health and.
preference attitudes. The assumption is that individuals have an ideal gender composition of children and that such an attitude is then likely to be translated into prenatal gender discrimination, differential fertility behavior according the sex composition of surviving children, or postnatal discriminatory practices, depending on cultural norms.
Effects of Son Preference on Contraceptive Use in Bangladesh Son preference resulting from traditional beliefs, social customs and economic benefits including support of aging parents is widespread not only in Bangladesh but also in many Asian and African countries, which are believed for low levels of contraceptive : Mohammad Nazmul Hoq.
Studies have also examined gender preference in terms of contraceptive use and parity progression of women with certain sex composition of surviving children. Through these studies, scholars have found evidence for female disadvantage to some extent in Bangladesh.
by similar covariates, survival status of the previous child, and the family’s gender composition. Birth spacing is driven by contraceptive use and other factors. Our main finding is that complete contraceptive use could reduce infant mortality of birth order two and higher with about % (while complete non-use would lead to an increase of.
1 In this work we use the terms sex and sex composition to signal that what we are measuring in fertility analysis is the biological sex of children born. However, it is important to recognize that the sex composition of families may reflect strong gender preferences—preferences for girls and boys to fulfill particular gendered roles in the.
The sex composition of surviving children revealed significant association with contraceptive use. The prevalence of both traditional and modern methods was significantly higher among. United Nations Expert Panel 11 Gender and Generational Effects of Family Planning and Health Interventions: Learning from a Quasi-Social Experiment in Matlab, The MATLAB project, Bangladesh, 70 villages "treated", ie served by a birth-control/family planning program, 70 villages in the control group Result: contraceptive use in the treatment villages jumped from 7 to 33 percent in 18 months Inthe fertility rate in the treatment group had declined to 2/3 that of the control group.
This report summarizes the findings of the Liberia Demographic and Health Survey (LDHS) carried out by the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS), the File Size: 2MB. Contraceptive use can also improve birth spacing, which can further benefit the health of mothers and children, reducing maternal and child mortality.
5 Parents can invest more money and time per child in health, nutrition, and education when they have fewer by: that couples having two surviving sons are less likely to have a third child than those without a surviving son and those with only one surviving son.
In a recent study in Matlab, Bangladesh, Rahman and others () indicate that son preference can have a strong effect on contraceptive use and fertility. A cultural preference for sons has been well documented in India, resulting in skewed sex ratios, especially exhibited in northwest India.
Previous research has shown that family sex composition is associated with family planning (FP) use and couples’ desire for more children. This study examines family sex composition and fertility and FP behaviors in urban Uttar Pradesh, India; little work Cited by: 5.
We use a duration model of birth intervals to test if the gender composition of previous children influences the duration before the next birth. The main advantage of duration models is to deal properly with right-censored observations, i.e., families that are not yet complete by the time of the survey (Leung,Leung, ).Cited by: This paper argues that mixed gender offspring is still an important insurance for old age in Rwanda and that to arrive at the desired gender composition women might have to progress beyond parity 3.
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It includes areas of gender equality and access to education, and its connection to the alleviation of poverty. Also involved are the issues of single-sex education and religious. composition of children). The assumption is that individuals have an ideal gender composition of children, and that this attitude is likely to translate into prenatal gender discrimination, differential fertility behavior based on the gender composition of surviving children, and/or postnatal discriminatory practices, depending on cultural by: The government of Bangladesh is trying to control it.
To remove this problem we should following arrangement: • Using contraception: There are many choices to make about whether or not to use contraception and what method to use if you want to avoid a pregnancy.
Contraceptive methods include the use of. Rohingya Refugees to Bangladesh: Historical Exclusions and Contemporary Marginalization Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 9(2) April w ReadsAuthor: AKM Ahsan Ullah.Unmet need for contraceptive % % % Use of modern contraception % % % Source:RDHS[ ], RDHS the gender composition of the living children.
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