For most Thai women, the ideal family consists of two children--one boy one girl

Mahler, K.
September 1997
International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep97, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p140
Academic Journal
Provides information on a study carried out in Thailand to determine the desired family size, preferred gender and the future childbearing intentions of women, with data compiled from the 1993 and 1998 Social Attitudes Towards Children surveys. Number of participants in the study; Results of the study.


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