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The Case Study on Marriage Immigrant Women' Child Birth Intention
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Human Ecology
  • Volume 24, Issue 5,  2015, pp.631-643
  • Publisher : Korean Association of Human Ecology
  • DOI : 10.5934/kjhe.2015.24.5.631
 Title & Authors
The Case Study on Marriage Immigrant Women' Child Birth Intention
Cho, Yoon Joo;
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 Abstract
In that marriage immigrant women' birth rate are higher than those of Korea women, they were selected to suggest pronatalism in Korea. The purpose of this study is to explore the child birth intention of marriage immigrant women. One of qualitative study, case study was used in methodology. Participants were 10 marriage immigrant women, depth interview were conducted. The major results were categorized facilitators and inhibitors. Facilitators were 'number of origin family members', 'absence or weakness of family planning', 'successful experience of the first child birth', 'no difficulty in childbearing', 'recommendation of mother-in-law', 'child' positive effect in Korea life adjustment'. Inhibitors were 'insufficient economic condition', 'husband' old age and the opposite of mother-in-law', 'dissatisfaction with marriage life', 'lack of government' support'. Based on this results, practical implications and interventions were suggested.
 Keywords
Marriage immigrant women;Child birth intention;Case study;
 Language
Korean
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