The size and composition of the family in Singapore has gradually changed over the past 30 years. The traditional extended family network is being replaced by the smaller and more compact nuclear family. Time constraints, economic pressure and the perceived need for a “quality lifestyle” have deterred many parents from having more than two children. This birth dearth in a small resource-strapped country like Singapore was noted as a ‘severe problem'''' by the government.This study supports..
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