3 edition of Male attitude towards women"s empowerment & contraceptive practice found in the catalog.
Male attitude towards women"s empowerment & contraceptive practice
Society & Women Research Group (Bombay, India)
Study, with special reference to Tonk District, India.
|Statement||study conducted by "Society & Women" Research Group for Family Planning Association of India.|
|Contributions||Family Planning Association of India.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1744.T66 S63 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2002286134|
According to most women, family planning methods are meant for limitations of birth (43%) and 36% meant for spacing of birth. 80% women had positive attitude towards contraceptive usage. 50%. Similarly Speizer, Mullen and Amagee () reported that women % disapprove positive attitude towards sexual and reproductive behaviour as against % of male that approve positive attitude towards sexual and reproductive behaviour. Serlo and Aavarinne () investigated the attitude of University students towards HIV/AIDS in Finland.
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The cross-cultural survey described in this report was designed to obtain information on current attitudes toward male contraception and its use in nine different countries on four continents. An obvious limitation to any population-based study of this nature is the substantial percentage of potential respondents (as high as 40–65% in some. Attitutdes Toward Wife Refusing Scale, Attitudes Toward Wife Beating Scale, Also include Gender Equity Men (GEM) Scale. Citation: Nanda, G., Schuler, S.R., Lenzi, R. (). The Influence of Gender Attitudes on Contraceptive Use in Tanzania: New Evidence Using Husbands' and Wives' Survey Data. Journal of Biosocial Science. 45(3)
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Society & Women Research Group (Bombay, India). Male attitude towards women's empowerment & contraceptive practice.
Mumbai: Family Planning Association of India, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Society & Women Research Group (Mumbai, India); Family Planning Association of India. OCLC Number: 67% had positive impressions of male contraception 85% of women said they would trust their partner to use contraception 60% of men said that they would use male contraception if available Eberhardt J, van Wersch A, Meikle N.
Attitudes towards the male contraceptive pill in men and women. Women's decision making power and women's autonomy together represent — women empowerment. Use of contraception is influenced by many processes but the women's decision-making power and their autonomy within the household perhaps is the most important factor affecting contraceptive use.
3,4 This paper aims to analyze the relationship between Cited by: Women's perception about contraceptive use benefits towards empowerment: A phenomenological study in Southern Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) in PLoS ONE 13(9):e September with Both men and women generally had a favourable attitude towards the male contraceptive pill.
Women had a more positive attitude towards the male pill than men, but had less trust that it would be used effectively by men. Men in stable sexual relationships, in particular, had a more positive attitude towards the male pill than those inCited by: Study objectives.
Although there is an evolving field of research examining health implications of gender norms and attitudes, less attention has been made to the effects of gender attitudes and gender-related behaviours on contraceptive use specifically (Rottach et al.
).The following analysis tests the hypothesis that gender attitude scales (which measure the degree of equity in gender. towards contraceptive use among women and men. Knowledge was defined as the state of awareness of contraceptive methods, any specific types and the sources of contraceptives.
Attitude or perception was defined as a respondent’s opinion review, whether positive or negative towards a practice or behaviour such as contraceptive use. In the present study, a majority of (%) had favourable attitude and 17 (%) had unfavourable attitude towards contraceptive methods which was supported by a study conducted on knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning in Tezu Village, Manipur, India in where majority 60% had favourable attitude on family planning.
Contraceptive services, including the provision of male and female condoms, help prevent HIV transmission (Goal 6). Helping women gain control of the number and timing of their children promotes Goal 3, women’s empowerment and gender equality.” Objections to Contraception: the Origins.
Table 2: Attitude towards use of contraception Attitude N= % Used to prevent pregnancy % Used to prevent AIDS & STDs 64 % Used to control birth interval 4 % Multiple responses were allowed so that total is not % Table 2 shows that % respondent thought that contraceptives were used to prevent pregnancy and.
the knowledge, attitude and practice of contraception among male and female public secondary school students in Ekpoma. The study population consisted of male and female junior secondary III (JS III) and senior secondary III (SS III) school students in Ekpoma aged years.
In all male and female students were recruited for the study. The choice of available contraceptive methods has increased in recent years; however, recent data on women’s awareness of methods and reasons for their method choice, or reasons for changing methods, is limited.
The aim of this study was to examine the use and awareness of contraceptive methods in the USA, UK, Germany, Italy and Spain. Quantitative survey of heterosexual women. Exploring the life experience related to contraceptive use by employing this approach, clearly offered a unique opportunity to establish a rich and in-depth understanding about the contribution of contraceptives towards the empowerment of women, the improvement of the health of women and their children, and the society at large.
between partners, attitudes toward contraception, communication, cultural and gender norms, limited availability of male-focused FP services and lack of attention to men in RH policies. Men’s use of family planning. Differences in female and male contraceptive use are not only due to the fact that few male-controlled modern methods exists.
Results: In a fully-adjusted model with a pooled sample of 24 adolescent women, the odds of contraception use increased with a 1 standard deviation (SD) increase in the variation of collective permissive attitudes towards premarital sex of female (odds ratio (OR) =95% confidence interval (CI) = ) and male (OR =95% CI.
Promotion of family planning has been shown to reduce poverty, hunger, maternal and infant mortality, and contribute to women’s empowerment. But many resource-limited countries still have very low rates of contraceptive use. The present study aimed to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among women living in a resource-poor rural setting.
We conducted a. The majority of studies demonstrating an influence of husband’s attitudes and preferences on women’s behaviors have focused on women’s perceptions of men’s attitudes toward fertility and contraception, and demonstrate the lack of discussion between husbands and wives on contraception [13,19,].
Much of this research has lacked data. InEberhardt et al.  found in a sample of US couples that while both men and women had favourable attitudes towards a male contraceptive pill, female attitudes were even more positive.
planning practice, as well as to have an open discussion Third, in the study countries, men’s negative attitudes toward contraceptive use have been documented.
Forty-three percent of Namibian men and 46% of Ghanaian between women’s empowerment and contraceptive use. The majority of studies demonstrating an influence of husband’s attitudes and preferences on women’s behaviors have focused on women’s perceptions of men’s attitudes toward fertility and contraception, and demonstrate the lack of discussion between husbands and wives on contraception [13, 19, 26–29].Much of this research has lacked data directly from men on their own attitudes.
Introduction There is little available evidence of associations between the various dimensions of women's empowerment and contraceptive use having been examined - and of how these associations are mediated by women's socio-economic and demographic statuses.
We assessed these phenomena in Pakistan using a structured-framework approach. Methods We analyzed data on 2, women .These findings indi-cated that women in skilled occupation, positive attitude towards modern contraceptives of male, high level of knowledge on contraceptive methods of male, approval of family.acceptable, discussion of contraception with their spouses, and their husband’s attitudes toward family planning.
Not all questions were asked in all countries. The DHS measured women’s perceptions of their partners’ attitudes and the percentage of women in union who had discussed contraception with their partner.
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