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FAD 2230 - 3rd test study guide

FAD 2230 - 3rd test study guide - FAD 2230 Dr Lucille H...

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FAD 2230 Dr. Lucille H. Byno Study Guide - Exam 3 Pronatalist Bias (p. 348) having children is taken for granted, whereas not having children seems to need justification, pressure from couples parents, Structural Antinatalism (p. 349) insufficiently supportive of parents and children, social pressures to have children Opportunity Costs (p. 350) the economic opportunities for wage earning and investments that parents forgo when rearing children, costs felt most by mothers, losing half of family income if one parent quits work for child, Child-free Unions (p. 351-3) 6.6 – 7 % of American women, more educated people, more likely to have managerial and professional jobs, higher incomes, less religious, more likely to be firstborns, less traditional in gender roles, more interested in career, Marital Happiness and Children (p. 350-1) marital strain, stabilize parents (not necessarily happy), the more the children the more unhappy the marriage is, happiest time was before kids, planned pregnancies tend to have happier marriages, total fertility rate = 2 children, US has higher fertility rate than other countries, Involuntary Infertility (p.364-5 ) result of infertility, 40% male/ 40% female problem/ 20% both, increased from 8-10% (more than 6 million women), emotionally affects people, distresses women, see themselves as a failure, Factors of Good Parenting Good Provider Role Househusband Family Boundary Changes (adding family members) Remarriage
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