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Regulacje prawne tworzenia, rozwoju i rozpadu rodzin w Polsce

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  • Anna Matysiak

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  • Grzegorz Wrona

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    (Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.)

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    Demografowie coraz czêœciej wskazuj¹ na rolê regulacji prawnych dla kszta³towania decyzji jednostek w obszarze formowania, rozwoju i rozpadu rodzin. Regulacje te okreœlaj¹ koszty i korzyœci podejmowania okreœlonych dzia³añ. Na przyk³ad, przepisy reguluj¹ce prawa i obowi¹zki ma³¿onków i partnerów w zwi¹zku konsensualnym determinuj¹ koszty i korzyœci wyboru okreœ³onego typu zwi¹zku, dostêp do metod leczenia niep³odnoœci wp³ywa na koszty odraczania decyzji o macierzyñstwie, a stopien skomplikowania procedur rozwodowych i zwi¹zane z nimi wydatki finansowe okreœlaj¹ koszt zawarcia ma³¿eñstwa i ewentualnego przysz³ego rozwodu. W zwi¹zku z powy¿szym analizy zachowañ jednostek w zakresie formowania, rozwoju i rozpadu rodzin powinny iœæ w parze z analiz¹ uregulowañ legislacyjnych danego kraju. Niniejsze opracowanie przedstawia najwa¿niejsze regulacje prawne formowania zwi¹zków, podejmowania decyzji o dziecku oraz rozpadu zwi¹zków w Polsce. Przegl¹d ten stanowi t³o dla analiz prowadzonych w ramach projektu badawczego ,,Nowe wzorce formowania rodziny: kontekst spo³eczno-ekonomiczny, preferencje i wp³yw na zadowolenie z ¿ycia''(FASMWELL). W opracowniu najwiêcej uwagi poœwiêcono bie¿¹cemu stanowi prawnemu, z nawi¹zaniem do najwa¿niejszych zmian legislacyjnych wprowadzonych w ostatnim dwudziestoleciu. Omawiaj¹c poszczególne regulacje prawne, Autorzy odnosz¹ siê tak¿e do sytuacji legislacyjnej w innych krajach.

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    Paper provided by Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 61.

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    Keywords: regulacje prawne; kontekst instytucjonalny; kohabitacja; planowanie rodziny; decyzje prokreacyjne; urodzenia pozama³¿enskie; rozwody;

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    Cited by:
    1. Monika Mynarska, 2011. "Kiedy mieæ dziecko? Jakoœciowe badanie procesu odraczania decyzji o rodzicielstwie," Working Papers, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics 32, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.
    2. Anna Baranowska, 2011. "Premarital conceptions and their resolution. The decomposition of trends in rural and urban areas in Poland 1985-2009," Working Papers, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics 27, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.

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