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PSY E34 G88 1994 (COL)
Effect of religion on the compliance to the family planning program
by Gutierrez, Carolyn
34 p. ; 28 cm.

©1994 Published by The Authors
Added Authors:  Marfori, Cristina; Pedro, Marizel; Tajonera, Katrina
Thesis:  (Behavioral Science) -- Miriam College, 1994.
ABSTRACT:  The study was limited to 150 male and female respondents who are married and are of reproductive age. Fifty (50) respondents represented each religious group of Iglesia ni Cristo followers, 50 Catholics and 50 Islams, selected through clustered and or the purposive sampling. Data were gathered through the use of questionnaire. The Catholic respondents were take from Urban Bliss Chapel in Marikina, the Muslims were from Quiapo and the Iglesia ni Cristo were from Commonwealth, Quezon City. In this study, it was found out that both Catholic and INC follow their own personal reasons in deciding about the use of contraceptives, despite being aware of the teachings of the church, Muslims follow their families for decision making particularly on the issue of contraceptives. Based on the data gathered religion has no effect on the compliance of respondents to the family planning program.
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Philippines -- Religion
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