SINCE ANCIENT HISTORY WOMAN WAS MEANT FOR BEARING CHILDREN AND WERE USED AND MACHINES. HAD NO RIGHT OF DECISION.
WOMAN AND POPULATION CONTROL: Social independence will
bring women think independently. In present system prevailed in most of undeveloped and dense illiterate old thinking religious
countries. Women are not entitled to decide their own for child birth control as it is a male who plays dominant role for
want of male child. Special poor and illiterate families are more inclined to bigger families. Generally most of external
contraceptives are meant for men. Cheaper and economical external contraceptive methods for women will help them to prevent
them from unwanted birth of children.
marriage should be totally discouraged, as even today it is practiced in many developing countries. Religious issue that plays
to encourage child marriage. The daygirl child is borne to the parents she becomes burden to the parents and they get rid
as soon as she attains puberty or in many cases before also. A strict penalty is very much required to arrest child marriage.
of population control should be intensified in all rural population. Population control and methods should be a part of the
courses in the educational institutions, especially in rural villages.
and disadvantages should be introduced so that male and female, members are advantageous of lesser children.
higher and Government posts should have criteria of having respectable numbers of children as specified to bring down overpopulation.
should be updated according to present needs and all religions should discourage overpopulation.
- A woman bears no child is known as barren and is despised by society
though is may be due to impotency of husband. Similarly, woman giving birth to only girl child is also seen as womans failure
to bear boy. We still follow old religious fundamentalism. Selection of boy child accounts to increase of number of children
in the family.
Young children who suffer the death of a parent are more at risk of dying themselves.
In South Asia, the death of a mother puts a child's life in danger more than the death of a father. For a girl, the death
of her mother increases the chances of dying by 400%
Status of Women and Population Growth
, Status of Women and Population Growth in India
, Dearest Friend: The Life of Abigail Adams
, Population Policy and Women's Rights: Transforming Reproductive Choice
A Useful Woman : The Early Life of Jane Addams
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