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이웃간의 對話가 家族計劃에 미치는 影響

Neighborhood Communication and Family Planning

공중보건잡지 1975년 12권 1호 p.131 ~ 140
이혜경,
소속 상세정보
이혜경 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


The source of the data of this study was provided by the department of health education the School Public of Health that carried out a study on "Some Behavioral Problems in Sequential Processes of Adoption in Family Planning" in 1973 at the experimental sites of the school. The original data were collected from a sample of 935 eligible women up to the age of 49 years living with their husbands in shindong-myon, Chunseon-kun kangwon province, korea. The tablulations were made, however, from 828 fecundable women, excluding cases with sterility and the menopaused. The variables were selected from the original materials to study on the relationships between husband-wife communication and family planning practice.
The major findings of the study are as follows;
1) The average age of the respondents was 32.8 years with the age-group of the 30∼34 as a medium, 86.4 percent of the respondents attained their education below the level of primary school.
2) The average number of their children was 3.5(with 1.9sons.).
3) The current practice rate of family planning was rather higher(41.3%) compared with the other "findings in Korea"
4) Although it is still somewhat restricted to talk about family planning with their neighbors, the percentage of the ever talked was rather high(87.4%)
66.1 per cent of the respondents know at least one neighbor who is practicing any kind of contraception, and 70.2percent have ever been advised favorably to practice family planning. The rumors about contraceptive methods are strongly prevailing 69.5% have ever heard only bad things of all contraceptives whereas it is only 9.0% who have ever heard of good things about contraceptives.
5) The frequency of neighborhood discuss is ascending with number of children and their age implying with number of children and their age implying that the Korean women start talking when they face the immediate need to limit their family size. Among the young women ageing under 24, it is hardly talked about.
Based on the findings of the study, the investigator is inclined to draw a health educational implication to improve family planning.
the interpersonal communication is an absolutely indispensible channel of communication flow.
Therefore, without being exposed ti the neighborhood communication, they are hardly supposed to practice family planning.
It is said that the average age of those who are practicing family planning is rather high whereas the current practice rate in general all over Korea remains unchanged for the last decade.
In line with this in order for the national family planning program to improve the practice rate, a health education program that can encourage the young mothers to have more frequent and open communication must be developed.

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