Le déclin de la fécondité à Taiwan : ses rapports avec la modernité individuelle des femmes‎ - une enquête de socio-démographie

Abstract : The decline of fertility in taiwan has been a constant phenomenon since twenty years. The main "exterior factor" of this decline has been the modernization of the island. As a consequence, women joined massively the labor forces in the factories. As they were more busy; receptive to the influence of family planning campaigns; and in the seventies, they were numerous to join the prefessional schools and universities; women gradually adopted modern western values. Among these new values: a great change of behaviour towards the education of children and their number and place in the family. This study tries to show, through a sociologic enquiry in a university, that individual modernity of women -as a "psychologic factor"- has now a determinant influence upon the decline of fertility. Women have become concious of their roles inside the family and in the society. They have their own personal motives to work and reduce the size of their family. But the concious adoption of modern values is often in clonflict with traditional chinese values
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Anne-Lise Hsü-Maisonneuve. Le déclin de la fécondité à Taiwan : ses rapports avec la modernité individuelle des femmes‎ - une enquête de socio-démographie. Géographie. Université Nancy 2, 1988. Français. ⟨NNT : 1988NAN21002⟩. ⟨tel-02325631⟩

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