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1.

City or stratum

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

2.

Sample number

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

3.

Respondent number

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

4.

Year of birth of R^2

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

5.

Age grouping of R

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

6.

Age of R at time of first marriage

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

7.

Fecundity of R and H^3

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

8.

Pregnancy status of R

Are you pregnant now or not?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

9.

No. of births to R in 1965

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

10.

Total number of R's own children currently alive

Total number of R's own children alive:

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

11.

Total number of R's pregnancies

Total number of R's pregnancies

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

12.

Total number of R's miscarriages and stillbirths

Some women, after becoming pregnant, have miscarriages or stillbirths. Apart from the children you have told me about, have you ever had any experience like this? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

13.

Total number of R's induced abortions

We have found that sometimes women who are pregnant feel they should not have the baby because they are in bad health or have not enough money. Often these women will have an induced abortion to end the pregnancy. Have you ever done this or tried to... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

14.

Total number of deaths of R's own children

Did any of your children pass away? How many?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

15.

Total number of children living apart or adopted out

How many of your children have been adopted by someone else? How many children are there who are not living with you now?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

16.

Total number of children that R has taken in or adopted

Are all of these children now living here with you really yours? For example, have any of them been adopted by you?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

17.

Number of months elapsed since R's last pregnancy

(From pregnancy record, number of months elapsed since respondent's last pregnancy)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

18.

Number of months elapsed since R's last live birth

(From pregnancy record, number of months elapsed since respondent's last live birth)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

19.

R's desire for more or fewer children

Now, we want t o ask you more ab out your family. For example, d o you want to h ave any (more) children?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

20.

R's ideal family size

How many (more) children do you want to h ave?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

21.

H's desire for more or fewer children

Now, I would like to ask you some questions about your husband's views. Does your husband want to have any (more) children?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

22.

H's ideal family size

If he could have just the number of children he wants, how many would he consider ideal?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

23.

Number of children R thinks ideal for the average married couple in Malaysia

Now, I would like to ask you some questions about other people in Malaysia, and not just your own family. In general, how many children do you think would be ideal for the average married couple in Malaysia? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

24.

R's ideas on population changes

Next, do you think there are more or less people in Malaysia now than there were ten years ago, or are there about the same?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

25.

R's ideas on child mortality

Sometimes babies and children die when they are still young. Do you think more or less of the children born today live to be adults than when you were a child, or is it about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

26.

R's attitude toward family planning

Nowadays, some married couples do something to keep from getting pregnant too often or having more children than they want. Generally speaking, do you approve or disapprove of their doing this kind of thing? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

27.

H's attitude toward family planning

How does your husband feel about married couples doing something to keep from getting pregnant too often? Does he disapprove or approve of this or what? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

28.

R's interest in learning about family planning

Do you think you might be interested in learning more about keeping from getting pregnant too often sometime in the future?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

29.

R's knowledge of family planning sources

Do you know where you can get information now about not getting pregnant too often?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

30.

Number of methods R has only heard about

Here are some other methods which married couples use to keep from having more children than they want. Have you heard of ...............(method) before? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

31.

Number of methods R knows how to use

Do you know how to use this method or have you just heard about this method?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

32.

R's knowledge of effective methods

Do you know about any methods that are used by married couples to keep from getting pregnant too often or having more children than they want? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

33.

R's use of any family planning methods

Have you ever used any of the methods we have talked about?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

34.

R's use of particular methods now

Are yo u currently using any method? (If yes: What is it?) Is there any other method you are using?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

35.

R's expectation about future use of family planning

Do you expect to use any of the methods we talked about a minute ago sometime in the future?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

36.

R's discussion wi th informal sources

Have you ever talked with any of your relatives or your friends or your neighbours about keeping from getting pregnant too often or having more children than you want? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

37.

R's discussion with health personnel

Have you ever talked about this matter with an y other peop le, such as health workers, midwives, doctors , pharmacists or any other people? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

38.

R's discussion with husband

Have you and your husband ever talked over the problem of trying something in order to keep from getting pregnant too often or having more children than you want? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

39.

Ownership of modern objects

Next, we would like to ask you about things you have in your home. Do you have any of the following? (Interviewer: Ask for each item and tick the items the respondent has:) ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

40.

Literacy of R

Can you read? In what languages can you read, for example, a newspaper? (Probe: Are there any others?) (For each language the respondent mentions, ask:) Would you say you can read a little, fairly well, or very well? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

41.

Literacy of H

How about your husband? In what languages can he read, for example, a newspaper? (Probe: Are there any others?) (For each language the respondent mentions ask:) Would you say your husband can read ................... a little, fairly well, or very w... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

42.

R's frequency of reading newspapers

How often do you read the newspaper: everyday, once a week or so, or what?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

43.

R's frequency of reading books, magazines, or pamhlets

We would also like to know how often you read books, magazines, or pamphlets. Do you read these? About how often do you read some part of a book, pamphlet, or magazine? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

44.

R's frequency of listening to radio or rediffusion

How often do you listen to the radio or rediffusion?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

45.

R's frequency of watching television

Do you ever see television? How often do you see it?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

46.

R's frequency of attending films

Do you ever go to see films? About how often do you usually go?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

47.

H'S frequency of reading newspapers

How about your husband, how often does he read a newspaper?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

48.

Number of places R has heard of family planning recently

In the last three months, have you heard anything about birth control on ........................... ?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

49.

Number of times R has been married

How many times have you been married before?

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

50.

R's religion

Now, we would like to find out a few things about you, where you went to school, where you have lived, and other things like that. For example, could you tell me what is your religion? ... (view details)

Taken from: West Malaysian Family Survey, 1966-1967 - Intensive Fertility Interview.

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