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Kiedy mieæ dziecko? Jakoœciowe badanie procesu odraczania decyzji o rodzicielstwie

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  • Monika Mynarska

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Podstawowym celem niniejszego artyku³u jest pog³êbienie naszej wiedzy na temat opóŸniania rodzicielstwa w Polsce po 1990 roku. W literaturze socjologicznej, demograficznej i ekonomicznej zosta³o omówione wiele czynników, potencjalnie odpowiedzialnych za ten proces. Jednak nadal brakuje nam wiedzy na temat wzajemnych relacji pomiêdzy tymi czynnikami oraz badañ, które oceni³yby ich rolê w indywidualnym procesie podejmowania decyzji o momencie urodzenia dziecka. Staramy siê wype³niæ tê lukê poprzez analizê jakoœciow¹ 48 wywiadów pog³êbionych, przeprowadzonych w Warszawie, w latach 2004– 2005. W prezentowanych tutaj badaniach oddajemy g³os respondentom, aby zobaczyæ w jaki sposób oni sami postrzegaj¹ rozmaite czynniki i w jaki sposób bior¹ je pod uwagê, gdy podejmuj¹ decyzjê: kiedy mieæ dziecko? Przedstawione wyniki analiz pozwalaj¹ na dok³adne scharakteryzowanie warunków, które nasi respondenci uwaSaj¹ za konieczne do posiania dzieci i na zrozumienie ich relatywnej wagi dla odraczania rodzicielstwa. UmoSliwiaj¹ równieS lepszy wgl¹d w sam proces podejmowania decyzji o posiadaniu dzieci.

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  • Monika Mynarska, 2011. "Kiedy mieæ dziecko? Jakoœciowe badanie procesu odraczania decyzji o rodzicielstwie," Working Papers 32, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.
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    Keywords

    opóŸnianie rodzicielstwa; analizy jakoœciowe; decyzje reprodukcyjne;

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    • J13 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demographic Economics - - - Fertility; Family Planning; Child Care; Children; Youth

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