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  • Religion and attitudes toward family planning issues among US adults.
    Barrett, Jennifer B., Julie DaVanzo, Christopher G. Ellison, and Clifford Grammich (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:2: 161-188.

    Analyzes 1998 U.S.A. survey data. Attendance & born-again Christian identity predict less approval of contraception; Evangelical identity predicts negative views of increased access to family planning services. Catholic & conservative protestant identity have mixed associations.

    Associated Search Terms: Family planning; Practice; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Born again experience; Birth control; United States
  • Beyond denomination: The relationship between religion and family planning in rural Malawi.
    Yeatman, Sara, and Jenny Trinitapoli (2008)
    Demographic Research 19: 1851-1882.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Family planning; Malawi; Rural
  • The Impact of Religion, Socio-economic Status, and Degree of Religiosity on Family Planning among Moslems and Bahais in Iran.
    Samandari, Jensen Mehri (1982)
    Unpublished Ed.D. dissertation, University of Northern Colorado. [DA 43:1 A, p. 273]

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Iran; Family planning; Baha´i, Iran; Iran
  • Islam et planning familial. La fin du commencement.
    Montague, Joel (1975)
    Cultures et développement 7:1: 131-140.

    Overview of a debate.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Family planning
  • Family Planning: The Religious Factor.
    Siddh, Kaushal K. (1974)
    New Delhi, India: Abhinav Publishers.

    Associated Search Terms: Family planning
  • Militant Hindu Opposition to Family Planning in India.
    Franda, Marcus F. (1972)
    American Universities Field Staff 16:11.

    Associated Search Terms: Family planning; India; Hindu, India
  • Roman Catholic Fertility and Family Planning: A Comparative Review of the Literature.
    Jones, Gavin, and Dorothy Nortman (1968)
    Studies in Family Planning 24: 1-27.

    Associated Search Terms: Denomination (organizational entity); Abortion; Fertility; Family planning; Catholic
  • Family Planning Attitudes of Seminary Students.
    Allen, James E. (1967)
    Review of Religious Research 9: 52-55.

    Associated Search Terms: Seminarians; Family planning
  • Religious Differentials in Fertility Planning and Fertility in the United States.
    Barnett, Larry D. (1965)
    Family Life Coordinator 14: 161-170.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Family planning; Fertility
  • Religious Observance and Family Formation in Israel: Some Intergenerational Changes.
    Matras, Judah (1964)
    American Journal of Sociology 69: 464-475.

    Religious observance is inversely related to family planning, regardless of intergenerational changes.

    Associated Search Terms: Generations; Family planning; Jewish, Israel; Israel
  • Catholics and Family Planning.
    Casey, Thomas J. (1960)
    American Catholic Sociological Review 21:2: 125-135.

    Associated Search Terms: Family planning; Family; Catholic
  • Social and Psychological Factors Affecting Fertility; Fertility Planning and Fertility Rates by Religious Interest and Denomination.
    Freedman, Ronald, and Pascal K. Whelpton (1950)
    Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 28:2: 294-343.

    Analyzes 1941 interview data from native white Protestant Indianapolis couples, wives under age 45; finds religious interest related somewhat to fertility & family planning.

    Associated Search Terms: Rationality; Protestant, U.S.A.; Fertility; Family planning; Denomination (organizational entity); United States, Indiana, Indianapolis
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