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Night 1 Sociology Perspective in reproduction Rich vs Poor Woman on Pregnancy(Reproduction) College Education Put off reproduction→ ambitions to post one= may have fewer kids There is biological clock--you’re aging Political laws- debating abortion? State has protection of unborn child illegal→ legal Connected to religious beliefs(institution) changes over time Government decides time off to reproduction→ insurance cost of maternity leave($7,000 in US to have a child) Politics & religion(virus)- pope birth control but society changes Private decision - public + social from all institution but society changes Adoption→ the way we go about is different Until 80’s- know about medical history(laws change→ adoption rights movement) Actual birth rates are changing(varies) in surveys, woman determines based on economic terms→ have expenses/child care & determine BPW- can i afford in expected in society today→ lower BR Changes demographics in society Upon adolescence, woman menstruates(‘fertile’)-secondary sex characteristics
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  • Fall '10
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