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Islam, the state and population policy

Author: Gavin W Jones; Mehtab Karim
Publisher: London : Hurst & Company, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

An examination of Islam, the state and population policy in Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Turkey and Egypt. The contributors assess fertility trends, the development of official population  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gavin W Jones; Mehtab Karim
ISBN: 185065493X 9781850654933 1850656673 9781850656678
OCLC Number: 60318131
Description: 300 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Contents: I. Muslim populations, Islamic Teachings, and Reproductive Health Islam, Population Policy and Fertility: What are the Issues? (Gavin Jones and Mehtab Karim) - Socio-Economic and Demographic Setting of Muslim Countries (Mohammad Jalal Abbasi and Gavin Jones) - Islamic Teachings on Marriage, Lactation, Contraception and Abortion (Mehtab Karim) - Reproductive Health Trends in Islamic Countries (Terence H. Hull) II. Islam, the State, and Population and Reproductive Health Policies Muslim Society and Population Policy in Indonesia (Akhmad Rifa'i and Agus Dwiyanto) - State, Islam and the Formation of Reproductive Health Policies in Turkey (Ferruh Solak and Attila Hancioglu) - Ideological Basis of Fertility Changes in Post-Revolutionary Iran: Shiite Teachings vs. Pragmatic Considerations (Amir H. Mehryar) - Islamic Teachers and Reproductive Health Issues in Madura (Abdul Halim Subahar and Faturochman) III. Fertility Transitions Population Policy, Cultural Dynamics, Development and Fertility Decline in Egypt (Hoda Rashad and Eltigani E. Eltigani) - The Rise and Fall of Fertility in Post-Revolutionary Iran (Mohammad Jalal Abbasi) - Fertility Decline in Bangladesh: Role of Family Planning Program and Socio-economic Changes (Barkat-e-Khuda) - Fertility Trends and Their Determinants in Pakistan (Abdul Hakim).
Responsibility: Gavin W. Jones and Mehtab Karim.


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