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Research in family planning : papers presented at a conference sponsored jointly by the Milbank Memorial Fund and the Population Council, Inc., held October 13-19, 1960, at the Carnegie Endowment International Center, New York City.

Author: Clyde Vernon Kiser; Milbank Memorial Fund.; Population Council.
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, 1962.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English : [3rd print.]View all editions and formats
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clyde Vernon Kiser; Milbank Memorial Fund.; Population Council.
ISBN: 0691093318 9780691093314
OCLC Number: 260504
Description: xv, 662 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Studies in India : Family planning studies conducted by the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Poona, Kumudini Dandekar --
Long-term prospective-type field study of population dynamics in The Punjab, India, John B. Wyon and John E. Gordon --
Preliminary lessons learned from the rural population control study of Singur, K.K. Mathen --
Reliability of data relating to contraceptive practices, S.J. poti, B. Chakraborti and C.R. Malaker --
Family planning: Outlook for government action in India, R.A. Gopalaswami --
2. Studies in other Asiatic countries and the Middle East : Preliminary report from the Sweden-Ceylon Family Planning Pilot project, Arne Kinch --
Why induced abortions in Japan remain high, Yoshio Koya --
Problems in procuring contraceptive materials in a rural area of Japan, Minoru Muramatsu --
Differential fertility in Lebanon, David Yaukey --
Outlook for government action in family planning in Pakistan, M. Sharif --
3. Studies in the United States : Indianapolis study of social and psychological factors affecting fertility, Clyde V. Kiser --
Design and scope of the 1960 study of growth of American families, Arthur A. Campbell --
"Family growth in metropolitan America" Study: A progressive report, Charles F. Westoff --
Family planning in medical practice, Sydney S. Spivack --
American studies of family planning and fertility: A review of major trends and issues, Ronald Freeman --
4. Studies in Latin America and Europe : Family limitation in Europe: A survey of recent studies, D.V. Glass --
Preliminary findings of a survey on fertility and attitudes toward family formation in Santiago, Chile, Léon Tabah and Raúl Samuel --
Experiments in social change: The Caribbean fertility studies, J. Mayone Stycos --
Outlook for government action in family planning in the West Indies, George W. Cadbury --
5. Research methods of fertility control : Report on research toward the control of fertility, Sheldon J. Segal --
Field trial with a Physiological method of conception control, Joseph W. Goldzeiher, Louis E. Moses and Lucy T. Ellis --
Use-effectiveness of contraceptive methods, Christopher Tietze --
6. Acceptability of methods : Chairman's report of a panel discussion on comparative acceptability of different methods of contraception, Marshal C. Balfour --
7. Problems of measurement : Some procedures for estimating the sampling fluctuations of a contraceptive failure rate, Robert G. Potter and Philip C. Sagi --
Open discussion, Hannes Hyrenius --
Evaluating the effectiveness of a family planning program, S.N. Agarwala --
Opening discussion, Hannes Hyrenius --
Possibilities and pitfalls in the measurement of attitude and opinions on family planning, Frederick F. Stephan --
8. Problems of research design : Fact finding for birth control action programs, Agit Das Gupta --
Model for family planning action-research, Moye W. Freymann and Herbert F. Lionberger --
On design for experiment and research in fertility control, Philip M. Hauser --
9. Problems of motivation and communication: Critique of the traditional Planned Parenthood approach in underdeveloped areas, J. Mayone Stycos --
Some tentative recommendations for a "sociologically correct" family planning communication and motivation program in India, Donald J. Bogue --
Motivations and values, Radhakamal Mukerjee --
Contraception in japan: Problems of motivation and communication, Minoru noda --
Discussion, Minoru Tachi --
Non-clinical approach to contraception, John F. Kantner and J. Mayone Stycos --
10. Summary of the conference: Next steps in research on problems of motivation and communication in relation to family planning, Ronald Freedman --
General significance of the conference, Frank W. Notestein --
Highlights of the informal discussion, Clyde V. Kiser.
Responsibility: edited by Clyde V. Kiser.

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