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FHI 1998-DCH: Economic and Psychosocial Influences of Family Planning in the Lives of Women in Western Visayas

This study was conducted in 1995-1997 to determine the association between family planning use and various aspects of the lives of married women of reproductive age (MWRAs) of Western Visayas, the Philippines. Aspects included were work participation, education and training, participation in community activities, satisfaction with life, perceived self-esteem, and decision-making participation. The study further aims to determine incidence of domestic violence among the women and certain factors associated with their experience with violence.

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Authors Keywords
David, Fely; Chin, Fely; Herradura, Elma; women's issues; population and family relation; gender and development; welfare issues; family planning; population;
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