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Religious attitudes towards family planning.

International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Religious attitudes towards family planning.

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Published by International Planned Parenthood Federation in London .
Written in English


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SeriesI.P.P.F. bibliography, new series, no. 11
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Open LibraryOL19762345M

The sampled parents included both men and women residing in the rural and the urban areas of the Local Government. Which are the most environmentally aware: Muslims, Christians or Seculars? Main article: Christian views on birth control Among Christian denominations today there are a large variety of positions towards contraception. Hinduism There are no prohibitions against contraception in Hinduism. Some Christian groups e. Each case should be considered on its own merits and a decision taken after consultation with a rabbi.

Buddhism[ edit ] Buddhist attitudes to contraception are based on the idea that it is wrong to kill for any reason. Implicit and explicit attitudes Edit There is also considerable research on "implicit" attitudes, which are unconscious but have effects identified through sophisticated methods using people's response times to stimuli. Why was this case? More liberal forms of Judaism generally permit any form of contraception for women.

This is because children generally require a strong parental unit, and bring challenges and difficult decisions which can be a heavier burden on the marriage itself if the parents are not functioning together well. The researcher sees that family planning has gone a long way in helping parents to reduce their family size, It is the hope of the present writer that the attitude of parents towards family planning devices should be positively encouraged. The father gives his daughter to the groom asking him to live a good life in dharma his moral dutyartha the earning of money and kama the enjoyment of life. Lower class catholic and Protestants select douching, withdrawal, or the condoms, middle class Protestants prefer the pill and l.


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Religious attitudes towards family planning. by International Planned Parenthood Federation. Download PDF Ebook

The study was an exploratory mixed methods study.

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What do parents feel about the use of family planning methods? Ellison, C. This precludes them from utilizing some forms of " Religious attitudes towards family planning. book birth control " such as the " Calendar-based contraceptive methods " which are relatively unobjectionable to other religious groups.

The researcher sees that family planning has gone a long way in helping parents to reduce their Religious attitudes towards family planning.

book size, It is the hope of the present writer that the attitude of parents towards family planning devices should be positively encouraged. Category: MarriageCohabitationReligion Decision making about sexual practices and family formation has become complex for those who identify with counter-cultural and sub-cultural Religious attitudes towards family planning.

book or who simply ascribe to traditional views about sexuality and family life. As cohabitation and other changing practices in the realm of sexuality and family life, become more prevalent in Western countries, further research about the association between religion and family formation will be of great importance for both scholars who study culture, religion and family, and for the many groups that hold norms, values, and beliefs that are in opposition to these societal trends.

The basic source of the Judeo-Christian tradition is the Old Testament of the Bible, which gives a fundamentally positive view of sexuality. Until the present century this teaching was peacefully possessed by all other Christians, whether Orthodox or Anglican or Protestant.

Honey and oil were also placed in the vagina for the purpose of preventing pregnancy. Its purpose was to investigate if there are any differences in the pro-environmental values and beliefs of Christians, Muslims and Secular Religious attitudes towards family planning.

book people in UK. Catholics thought that the church should allow Catholics to use birth control. Traditional Jewish law based on interpretations of the Torah and the Talmud Jewish holy texts state that for men, any contraceptive method, or attempts at abstinence or withdrawal withdrawing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation would be prohibited.

Buddhism[ edit ] Buddhist attitudes to contraception are based on the idea that it is wrong to kill for any reason. Fertility control can be achieved through abstinence, with contraception, or through abortion. Before the passage of a federal law they supported, which prohibited trading in obscene literature and materials, including any article for the prevention of conception, or for causing unlawful abortion, commonly known as the Comstock Law, there had been no federal involvement in contraception.

Hormonal e. There is also the belief that the soul does not enter the fetus until the th day of gestation, which indicates that an abortion, if deemed appropriate, should be carried out before that time [5]. Soon after, according to Flann Campbell, most Protestant groups came to accept the use of modern contraceptives as a matter of what they considered Biblically allowable freedom of conscience.

Modern scientific methods of "periodic abstinence" such as natural family planning NFP were counted as a form of abstinence by Pope Paul VI in his encyclical Humanae Vitae.

By aboutshops in central London were selling condoms made from animal membranes. Do parents use any family planning method?

The Islamic prophet Muhammad also is reported to have said "marry and procreate". On July 17,John Paul II clarified the church's position during a meditation said prior to an angelus recitation: Unfortunately, Catholic thought is often misunderstood Perhaps the most popular contraceptive method came into widespread use in Europe during the 18th century.

Public opinion will certainly affect the construction, speed and permission of projects that concern the environment directly.

Many societies have created laws concerning sex as a result of the attitudes and thinking of that time. He added that because an important factor In marital satisfactions is the fit between the planned number and spacing of children and reality, it Is desirable that the husband and wife be in accord.

Contraception Most Buddhists believe that conception occurs when an egg is fertilised so contraception that prevents fertilisation is not ordinarily a problem.Public Perceptions on Family Planning and Birth Spacing in the Cultural and Religious Context of persons and their attitudes and beliefs toward family planning, rumors and stigmas that Securing the approval and support of family planning by religious leaders can go a long way toward expanding utilization and access.

However, some. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) of Family Planning among Married Women in Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia Vong SREYTOUCH1 Graduate Student, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacifi c University Abstract Realizing the benefits of family planning, the government of Cambodia, along with other international organizations, has prioritized the family.

Oct 09,  · 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.religious influences on contraceptive use.

In this religiously pdf population, we find evidence that the particular characteristics of a congregation—leader’s positive attitudes toward family planning and discussion of sexual morality, which do not fall along broad denominational lines—are more relevant than denominational categories for.Free Online Library: An Assessment of the Knowledge and Attitude Towards Family Planning among Educated Married Men of Urban Islamabad, Pakistan.(Report) by "Pakistan Journal of Medical Research"; Health, general Contraceptives Family planning Analysis Married men .Public Perceptions on Family Planning and Birth Ebook in ebook Cultural and Religious Context of persons and their attitudes and beliefs toward family planning, rumors and stigmas that Securing the approval and support of family planning by religious leaders can go a long way toward expanding utilization and access.

However, some.