Town-Talk

Author: Ghaus Ansari,P. J. M. Nas

Publisher: Brill Archive

ISBN: 9789004070233

Category: Anthropologie urbaine - Congrès

Page: 170

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Culture and Fertility

Author: Amelia B. Alfonso,Leda L. Layo,Rodolfo A. Bulatao

Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian

ISBN: 9971902141

Category: Birth control

Page: 67

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Theatres of Accumulation

Author: Warwick Armstrong,T.G. McGee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135667640

Category: Science

Page: 288

View: 1387


In the great cities of Latin America and Asia, international business and local firms meet and, in particular, influence teh development strategies of Third World countries. The authors of Theatres of Accumulation argue that these cities play a crucial role in the process of capital accumulation and of unequal exchange and dependency. They examine the twin patterns of convergence and divergence in lifestyles and economic activities, and show how the flow of capital through the urban system beings net losses to the rural regions and further exacerbates income inequalities between regions and classes. Theatres of accumulation provides an overview of urbanization in the Third World, as well as specific case studies. It deals with theoretical issues and projects the likely developments in urbanization in the future. Armstrong and McGee's work is essential reading for social science and planning professionals and students, in the developed world and the Third World, who are concerned with urban processes. This book was first published in 1985.

The Klang Strikes of 1941

Author: Harold E. Wilson

Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian

ISBN: 9971902249

Category: East Indians

Page: 39

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Culture and Fertility

Author: Parsudi Suparlan,Hananto Sigit

Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

ISBN: 9789971902131

Category: Birth control

Page: 51

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Culture and Fertility

Author: Suchart Prasithrathsin,Likhit Dhiravegin,Chavalit Siripirom

Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

ISBN: 9971902176

Category: Social Science

Page: 68

View: 5634


This paper, exploring the relationship between culture and fertility in Thailand, cites empirical evidence showing that each ethnic group's birth control practice is affected differently by different kinds of variables. For the Thais, birth control pactice is related to women's education and the number of live births. For the Chinese, place of residence, the level of household income and the number of children ever born are significantly related to the dependent variable. For the Moslems, none of these variables nor any of the other independent variables and covariates is significantly related to the practice of birth control. More research is needed in this area to find out what factors are most related to the adoption of birth control by the Muslims.

Field Guide for Research in Community Settings

Author: M. R. Islam,Niaz A. Khan,Siti H.A.B. Ah,Haris A. Wahab,Mashitah B. Hamidi

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1800376324

Category: Social Science

Page: 264

View: 7764


This insightful book offers practical advice to fieldworkers in social research, enabling robust and judicious applications of research methods and techniques in data collection. It also outlines data collection challenges that are commonly faced when working in the field.

Estimation of Interstate Migration in Peninsular Malaysia, 1947-1970

Author: Saw Swee-Hock

Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

ISBN: 9971902214

Category: Social Science

Page: 34

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This paper begins by discussing the principal concepts and definitions used in the study of internal migration. The direct method of estimating internal migration based on the record of the change of residence is reviewed, while the three indirect methods known as the vital statistics method, the survival rate method, and the place of birth method are evaluated in somewhat more detail. The place of birth method was selected to compute the lifetime migration of the eleven states in Peninsular Malaysia in the three post-war census years - 1947, 1957, 1970 - and the interstate migration during the two intercensal periods - 1947-57 and 1957-70. The results of the estimation reveal that, apart from the pronounced differences in the level of interstate migration among the eleven states, there have been significant shifts in the pattern of interstate migration during the post-war years.