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Fertility Decline and the Role of Culture – Thailand’s Demographic Challenges for the 21st Century Kwanchit Sasiwonsaroj, Karl Husa, Helmut Wohlschlägl (Vienna & Bangkok) Changing Demographics, Changing Challenges – Southeast Asia in Transition Declining birth and death rates, changes in age distribution, in mortality and morbi- dity, in fertility and marriage behavior, in the average life expectancy and in family and household structures, as well as a transformation of traditional family life arrangements and social structures of ever larger sections of the

Familienplanung, Gesundheit und Entwicklung in Guatemala, 1944-1986
Series: Histoire, 167
Eine transnationale Wissensgeschichte im Kalten Krieg
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Figure 11: A typical wedding picture | 151 Figure 12: The wedding reception | 154 Figure 13: Marking the end of the wedding | 156 Figure 14: Types of marriage of 139 couples | 158 Figure 15: Number of engagement guests for 52 weddings | 183 Figure 16: Age specific fertility rates for married and never-married women | 209 Figure 17: The key to fertility | 218 Figure 18: Types of intimate relations – local vs. national level | 229

Luke, T. W. (2010): “Digital Citizenship”. In: P. Kalantzis-Cope/K. Gherab-Martín (eds.), Emerging Digital Spaces in Contemporary Society, London: Palgrave Mac- millan, pp. 83–96. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230299047_14 Lupton, D. (2016): “‘Mastering Your Fertility’: The Digitised Reproductive Citizen”. In: A. McCosker/S. Vivienne/A. Johns (eds.), Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest and Culture, London: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 147–166. Marichal, J. (2013): “Political Facebook Groups: Micro-Activism and the Digital Front Stage”. In: First Monday

practices surrounding fertility, birth and child care, including the ways in which Forming Families | 201 these figure into understandings of social and cultural renewal” (Ginsburg/Rapp 1991: 311).1 What then frames reproduction in Southern Africa? How are families formed, how is kinship reproduced? Listening to the four young women above, marriage and long-term partnership do not seem to be especially important for reproduction. Such a disentanglement of marriage from reproduction stands in stark contrast to the prom- inence marriage has for a long time had in

Table 10: The wedding’s ritual core – wedding garments through time | 181 Table 11: Optional wedding items – food and beverages through time | 182 Table 12: Male occupation at time of marriage, wedding items and age | 187 Table 13: Total fertility rates of 364 Fransfontein women | 206 Table 14: Cohabiting, marital and non-residential intimate relations | 230 Table 15: Percentage of out-of-wedlock births by marital status | 249 Table 16: Cohort analysis of out-of-wedlock births | 250

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, porosity and the peri-urban city in Vietnam Mirjam Le (Passau) ........................................................................... 109 Fertility Decline and the Role of Culture – Thailand’s Demographic Challenges for the 21st Century Kwanchit Sasiwonsaroj, Karl Husa, Helmut Wohlschlägl (Vienna & Bangkok) .................... 125 Rural Access Denied or Difficult: Foreign News Journalists from Germany Face Obstacles in Reporting about the “Rohingya” Conflict in Myanmar’s Northern Rakhine State Oliver Hahn & Anna Munkler (Passau

, Bogotá: Ed. Iqueima 1963. — (Hg.): Ciencia y Compromiso. En torno a la obra de Orlando Fals Borda, Bo- gotá 1987. Back, Kurt W.; Stycos, J. Mayone: The Survey under Unusual Conditions. The Ja- maica Human Fertility Investigation, Lexington KY: The Society for Applied Anthropology 1959. Bailey, Jerald: Contraceptive Education and the Colombian Druggists. Dissertati- on, Ann Arbor MI: Univ. of Michigan 1971. — ; Correa, Juan: »Evaluation of the Profamilia Rural Family Planning Pro- gram«, in: Studies in Family Planning, 6, 6, 1975, S. 148–155. — ; López Escobar