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Population education in Asia : a synthesis
|Title:||Population education in Asia : a synthesis|
|Authors:||Alberto, Rosario P.|
Ledesma, Maria Jesusa A.
East-West Communication Institute
|LC Subject Headings:||Family planning - Study and teaching - Asia|
Population - Study and teaching - Asia
|Date Issued:||Mar 1977|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center, East-West Communication Institute|
|Series:||A synthesis of population communication experience. Paper;1|
|Abstract:||This paper is a review of population education in the Asia region, with an emphasis on programs within the formal educational system. The authors describe the general development of population education in Asia as a region and identify the common elements of the various national programs. Topics covered include problems of conceptualization, population education methodology and content, in-service training of teachers, and research and evaluation. The paper assesses population education activities and accomplishments to date against the background of stated objectives and discusses likely developments of the future.|
|Description:||"This project was supported by the Office of Population, U.S. Agency for International Development, AID/csd-1059."|
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|Table of Contents:||1. Introduction -- 2. The development of Asian programs -- 3. Formal and non-formal programs -- 4. Future directions for population education in Asia.|
|Pages/Duration:||vii, 34 p.|
|Appears in Collections:||
Communication Institute. A Synthesis of Population Communication Experience. Papers|
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