Decisions to Have Children in Late 20th and Early 21st Century Australia A Qualitative Analysis /
This book explores the process of decision-making around having children in a sample of 115 men, women and couples for whom family formation was a recent past, current or imminent future issue. The discussion is initially focused on the extent to which parenthood was contemplated in late adolescence...
Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer,
|Edition:||1st ed. 2013.|
|Series:||SpringerBriefs in Population Studies,
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- Explicit and Implicit Decision-making
- Context–Delayed Childbearing
- The Qualitative Data.- Contemplating Families
- Early thought about having children
- Discussion of children during courtship
- Determining Family Size
- How meaningful are early ‘expected’ family sizes?.-The process
- The First Child.-The ‘Obligatory’ Second Child
- The Discretionary Third Child
- Fourth Children–Negative Reactions, Practical Issues
- References .