[Prevalence of induced abortion in Korea]

Ingu Pogon Nonjip. 1989 Jul;9(1):23-59.
[Article in Ko]

Abstract

PIP: The authors analyze recent trends in the prevalence of induced abortions in South Korea. They attempt to determine motivations for abortion, examine its side effects, and investigate the impact of induced abortions on infertility. The focus is on creating recommendations for population policy and maternal and child health care. Data are from the 1988 Korean National Fertility and Family Health Survey. (SUMMARY IN ENG)

Publication types

  • English Abstract

MeSH terms

  • Abortion, Induced*
  • Asia
  • Behavior
  • Child Welfare*
  • Developing Countries
  • Family Planning Services
  • Far East
  • Health
  • Infertility*
  • Korea
  • Maternal Welfare*
  • Motivation*
  • Prevalence*
  • Psychology
  • Public Policy*
  • Reproduction
  • Research
  • Research Design