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Knowledge into action : the use of research in Taiwan's family planning program

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Title: Knowledge into action : the use of research in Taiwan's family planning program
Authors: Cernada, George
Sun, Te-Hsiung
LC Subject Headings: Birth control - Research - Taiwan
Family planning - Taiwan
Issue Date: Jul 1974
Publisher: Honolulu : East-West Communication Institute
Series/Report no.: Papers of the East-West Communication Institute;no. 10
Abstract: The major focus of this paper is why the research carried out in the Taiwan family planning program had an effect on the planned program of social change--both in the productive integration of research findings into national action programs and in the dissemination of these ideas to other Asian countries. The five studies selected for discussion are intended to illustrate some of the factors related to why family planning research was used--or not used-- -in Taiwan. At the end of the five case studies is a summary of the factors that assisted or hindered research utilization throughout the history of Taiwan's family planning program and an analysis of some of the especially favorable factors in the Taiwan situation.
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Pages/Duration: iv, 37 p.
Appears in Collections:Communication Institute. Papers

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