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Korean Journal of Preventive Medicine 1970;3(1): 23-30.
On the Change of Basic Characteristics of Korean Rural Woman in Relation to Family Planning.
Jong Hack Jung, Jung Duck Park, Dong Chul Kim, In Moo Huh, Hyun Sick Lee, Doo Hie Kim
ABSTRACT
The authors compared the basic characteristics of rural woman in relation to family planning for June 1967 and June 1969 in Kyung San Country Kyungpook Province, Korea. The statistics showed that these characteristics are gradually changing. The marriage age was slightly higher than the past year and the formal education of women increased. The ideal children number, and tile gravidity and mortality rates decreased. At the same time the number of induced abortions, the knowledge of family planning, and the acceptance rate of contraception increased. These phenomena seem to follow the present worldwide trend.
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