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Review Papers | Anthropology Science | India | Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016
Anthropological Paradigms of Participation of Male in the Family Planning
Abstract: Human Reproduction, though natural, is a serious and complex phenomenon. In this process both conception and contraception work continually and simultaneously knowing no abatement, which make the process of human reproduction different from animal reproduction. The presence of contraception draws our attention to the reality that in the society certain efforts are being made to ameliorate healthy reproduction. The Indian population has by now arrived at 1.26 billion in the progressing year and bearing in mind the present growth rate, by 2028, the population of the India will be in excess of China, according to the latest report from the United Nations. Men can prevent unintended pregnancies by supporting contraceptive use and reduce their wives unmet need family planning. There is evidence that men often entirely control the contraceptive practice. The theoretical and procedural concerns involved in the responsibility of the anthropologists in family planning research. The theoretical and procedural concerns involved in the responsibility of the anthropologists in family planning research. Anthropological research tools like in-depth interviews through structured and non structured schedule or questionnaire, non participant, quasi participant and participant observation, group discussion, focused group discussion, case studies, monograph, genealogical method etc. have provided information about knowledge, beliefs, and behavior relating to fertility / mortality and reproductive health seeking practices. On the basis of above argument and illustration, it needs to conduct an urgent such kind of research includes the issues which are discussed in this article by the social scientists, anthropologists, public and community health specialists, demographer, etc. on family planning.
Keywords: Participation of Male, Family Planning, Anthropological Paradigms, Reproductive Health, Contraceptive
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016,
Pages: 2060 - 2063