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Title: Family roles and fertility patterns of two generations of urban upper class Filipina wives and mothers
Authors: Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program
Jayme, B.L.
Keywords: SOCIAL SURVEYS
SOCIAL STATUS
SOCIAL ROLES
MARRIED WOMEN
URBAN AREAS
UPPER CLASS
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
METHODOLOGY
INCOME
LEVELS OF EDUCATION
ATTITUDES
FERTILITY
BEHAVIOUR
MODELS
FAMILY
STATISTICAL DATA
Issue Date: 1976
Publisher: Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program, Singapore, PH
Series/Report no.: SEAPRAP research report; no. 6
Abstract: IDRC supported. Report of a social survey on the social status and social roles of the married women of the Filipina urban upper class - (1) presents comparative analysis of young and old generation respondents (2) discusses survey methodology; income, educational level, career orientation, attitudes towards fertility and fertility behaviour of respondents (3) includes models of changing role of women in the family; statistical data
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/1854
Project Number: 730056
Project Title:  Population Research Support Program (Southeast Asia) - Phase I
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Social Sciences Division / Division des sciences sociales
1970s / Années 1970

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