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Record #141728:

The origins of the ban on contraception and the impasse in the Conservative Laestadian revivalist movement / Päivi Alasuutari.

Title: The origins of the ban on contraception and the impasse in the Conservative Laestadian revivalist movement / Päivi Alasuutari.
Author(s): Alasuutari, Päivi.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Oulu, Finland: University of Oulu
In: On the terms of northern woman. Articles written by women researchers in Finland, Russia, Samiland and Sweden. (1996.),
Abstract: All forms of contraception are forbidden. Forces trying to change this attitude are described. Broader Finnish society only accepted birth control from 1960s. Rural Laestadians could not accept that population was too large, when they saw land being Set Aside and dairy herds cut. Those in more urban setting tried to discover permissible birth control method. Author studied contents of paper Päivämies from 1954-1984 to follow course of discussion. Demographic study of Larsmo village shows two peaks in family size, at 3-4 children and at 10, interpreted as contraceptors and non- contraceptors.
Notes:

In: On the terms of northern woman. Articles written by women researchers in Finland, Russia, Samiland and Sweden / Sinikka Tuohimaa, Nina Työlahti, Asbjörg Fyhn, eds.

Keywords: 283/289 -- Protestant churches.
3-055.2 -- Women.
314.335.2 -- Birth control.
396 -- Women and society.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
(*56) -- Finland.
SPRI record no.: 141728

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