6 edition of Muslim attitude towards family planning found in the catalog.
Study based on Muslim women in Araria town, Bihar state.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -128) and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.I5 A714 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||133 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||2003320134|
All women were housekeeper. The mean and SD of knowledge scores of women about family planning before and after intervention were ± score and ± score, respectively and for their husbands were ± score and ± score, respectively that in both the paired t-test showed a significant difference (p.
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[Shakeel Ahmad] -- Study based on Muslim women in Araria town, Bihar state. Muslim attitudes toward family planning. New York: Population Council ; Bridgeport, Conn.: Distributed by Key Book Service,printing (OCoLC) Knowledge of and attitudes towards.
(12%) and books (%) . In This paper reviews the family planning programmes in the Islamic Republic of Iran and their achievements during the last. Findings: The result of the study showed that the attitude of married Muslim men towards family planning is mainly negative because of the belief that Islam is against family planning.
However, people with western education, younger husbands and the Babur/Bura ethnic group have more favourable attitude than other : Yagana M. Aji, Babatunji A. Omotara. Acceptance and Knowledge of Family Planning Among Muslim Women in Rural Villages of Kelantan Attitude toward family planning their learning experiences and the positive attitudes toward.
Islam encourages close ties with both immediate and extended family. Family is a major foundation of Islamic life.
The Quran speaks of marriage in traditional terms -- the man as breadwinner and head of the house, the mother as nurturer and the children as respectful.
Many traditions of the Prophet Muhammad extol the merits of marriage, procreation, and fecundity. 18 Muslim opinion with respect to contraception is divided, a minority arguing that it is categorically prohibited whereas the majority opinion is that contraception is allowed but discouraged.
19 A small minority, confined largely to academic circles, suggests that effective family planning strategies are Cited by: There is no clear agreement among Muslims in the survey about the morality of family planning.
28 In just three of the 21 countries where the question was asked do at least half of Muslims say that it is morally acceptable for married couples to choose to limit the number of children they have.
Islamic Leaders' Attitudes Towards Family Planning in Indonesia ('s - 's). Canberra. South-East Asian Studies, the Australian National University. Stock ID # Black and white map, x + pp, bibliography, appendices, glossary, prior owner's signature front free endpaper, hardback copy in very good condition.
21 x 30cm. Masters thesis submitted to South-East Asian Studies at. series of hypotheses linking facets of religious affiliation, identity, and practice with attitudes toward family planning issues, we analyze data from a unique source, a nationwide probability sample of 1, US adults commissioned by the RAND Corporation to study opinion on family planning matters (Grammich et al., ).
Religion plays a role in shaping attitudes toward family planning; both SA and non-SA respondents who would not discuss contraception with their daughters cited religion as a reason. Muslim respondents in our study overall had a lower rate of contraceptive use, as compared to by: 5.
Few Muslims choose to remain child-free by choice, but many prefer to plan their families through the use of contraception. The View from the Qur'an The Qur'an does not specifically refer to contraception or family planning, but in verses forbidding infanticide, the Qur'an warns Muslims, “Do not kill your children for fear of want.".
Islam is strongly pro-family and regards children as a gift from God. Muslim sexual ethics forbid sex outside marriage, so its teachings about birth control should be. Most religions consider family life to be a blessing and value the stability of marriage.
For Muslims, marriage was created by Allah to provide a foundation for individuals and the whole of society.
The present study discusses the attitudes, as well as the changes in and the diversities of opinion among Islamic leaders in Indonesia regarding family planning from the 's to the 's.
In the earliest period i.e. from the 's to the early 's, most Islamic leaders were opposed to family : Hasyim Aidid. on family planning within the Muslim community and offer recommendations to organisations for effective strategy implementation of family planning programmes within Muslim settings.
The article provides a brief background on the historical development of family planning in the Muslim community, and outlines Muslim perceptions on this by: For example, to counter the common argument that family planning is an attempt to check the growth of the Muslim population, trainers explained that the size of the Muslim community grew phenomenally after the advent of Islam not because of procreation but primarily because of the rapid conversions that took place, as a result of people being impressed by the message and pious conduct Cited by: 7.
booklet called "Islam's Attitude Towards Family Planning.") says: "Jurists of the Shiite Zaidiva believe in the total permissibility of abortion before life is breathed into the fetus, no matter whether there is a justifiable excuse or That would be a pure form of what some call "abortion on demand.".
agencies--it has been felt that ambiguity over the way Islam views family planning has been a primary obstacle to the large scale acceptance of family planning programmes. Many Muslims, including religious scholars, have misperceptions about family planning within the context of Islam.
This article is an effort. can be hesitant to discuss their family planning methods due to a number of issues including general language and cultural barriers, lack of sexual and reproductive health knowledge, and potential religion-based stigma for using contraception.
This paper aims to explore the Muslim teachings concerning contraception, the use of contraception inFile Size: KB. Table Knowledge of mechanism of family planning methods by husbands 54 Table Awareness of the husbands about where the family planning services are available in Mukalla 55 Table Husband’s opinion on appropriate number of children for a family 55 Table Attitude of husbands towards modern family planning methods 57File Size: KB.
The Islamic faith have a unique set of beliefs towards death and dying. This can be seen in their practices and attitudes towards funerals. This article will talk about some of these Muslim funeral traditions.
We first discuss what happens before and at the time of death. Later we’ll cover what a typical ceremony is like, their rites and /5(90). female family planning methods. The attitude of females towards contraception was asked, while the attitude of husbands was assessed what their females perceived.
To assess the knowledge, the following 8 methods were separately asked: pills, injectables, Intra-uterine Contraceptive Devices (IUCDs), condoms, tubal. Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards family planning among women in the rural southern region of Jordan A.I.
Mahadeen, 1 A.O. Khalil, A.M. Hamdan-Mansour,2 T. Sato 3 and A. Imoto 3 ABSTRACT Data about family planning among women in rural and remote areas of Jordan are lacking. This study. Family planning services are defined as "educational, comprehensive medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine freely the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which this may be achieved".
Family planning may involve consideration of the number of children a woman wishes to have, including the choice to have no children, as.
Attitude and willingness of men towards the use of modern family planning methods in Budondo Sub-County, Jinja, Uganda.
Manji Sees family planning as a way of thinking and living that is adopted voluntarily upon the basis of knowledge, attitudes and responsible decisions by individuals and couples in order to promote health and welfare of the family group and thus contribute effectively to the.
To assess the knowledge and attitude regarding family planning and the practice of family planning among the women of reproductive age group in South Achefer District, Northwest Ethiopia, The study showed that the overall proper knowledge, attitude and practice of women towards family planning (FP) was %, %, and % respectively.
Factors associated with Author: Ayele Semachew Kasa, Mulu Tarekegn, Nebyat Embiale. Lack of knowledge about family planning methods and available SRH services was reported as a key barrier.
Women’s attitude towards family planning was influenced by religious views towards contraception. Many Muslim women accepted the use of family planning for child spacing, but believed it was unacceptable to limit the number of children.
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Religious leaders are challenged to look into their traditions for any inspiration that could guide us towards. Attitudes toward Family Planning, and Reasons for Nonuse among Women with Unmet Need for Family Planning in Ethiopia.
Calverton, Maryland USA: ORC Macro. 1 Another report presented a review of literature on male attitudes and behaviors concerning family planning and male initiatives in Africa. The results indicated that men often have positiveFile Size: KB. the quality of family planning services and maximize people’s access to them.
It can help family planning providers to assist clients choosing a family planning method, to support effective use, and to solve clients’ problems. Managers and trainers can use this book, too. While this handbook covers many topics, 4 overall themes emerge: g: Muslim. This paper presents the findings of a qualitative assessment aimed at exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding family planning and factors that influence the need for and use of modern contraceptives.
A descriptive exploratory study was conducted with married women and men aged between 15 and Overall, 24 focus group discussions were conducted with male and female Cited by: Is Family Planning Allowed in Islam. By Sheikh Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo.
The question of family planning and birth control was discussed in detail by the Majma al-Fiqh al-Islaami. They had twenty three scholars research this topic and present their findings on this matter. The participants involved represented many different trends and schools of.
the needs for family planning choice as related to their holy book; community leaders should discourage the habit of not having family planning choice in their cultural norms. The topic “attitude of African women towards family planning” is as exciting as they are controversial and dust raising all over the world.
It has for long remained a. Islam is the dominant religion in about 56 countries around the globe, and has more than billion followers. Islam represents a holistic way of life, and according to a large proportion of its followers, the Islamic law or Shari’ah should prevail over secular law and should be implemented as state law.
The etymological root of the word Shari’ah can be traced back to the harsh life in Cited by: 4. Author and FamilyLife Today radio host Dennis Rainey suggests four categories as useful in understanding current Protestant attitudes concerning birth control.
These are the "children in abundance" group, such as Quiverfull adherents who view all birth control and natural family planning as wrong; the "children in managed abundance" group, which accept only natural family planning; the.
Women’s attitudes toward family planning are influenced by experiences such as education and pregnancy. It was found that women who had a primary school graduate or higher education, had 1–3 pregnancies and did not want more children in the future got higher scores on the family planning attitude Author: Nazli Sensoy, Yasemin Korkut, Selcuk Akturan, Mehmet Yilmaz, Canan Tuz, Bilge Tuncel.
1. Introductory Chapter: Family Planning. By Zouhair Amarin. Open access peer-reviewed. 2. From Eugenicists to Family Planners: America’s Religious Promoters of Contraception.
By Melissa J. Wilde and KaJaiyaiu Hopkins. Open access peer-reviewed. 3. Factors Affecting the Attitudes of Women toward Family Planning.Muslim attitudes. Against: ‘The most hated of all lawful things.’ Muhammed; Lots of family pressure due to many marriages being arranged; On the Last Day Muslims judged on how they treated their children (divorce harms children) For.
Quran and Shari’ah law allows divorce; It is the ‘lesser of two evils’.Attitudes toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and their experiences in the Muslim world have been influenced by its religious, legal, social, political, and cultural history.
The Quran narrates the story of the "people of Lot" destroyed by the wrath of God because the men engaged in lustful carnal acts between themselves.
Some hadith collections also condemn Missing: family planning.