HDFS 120 Ch9 - economic factors reproductive knowledge...

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Chapter 9 – Reproduction and Parenting Dr. Robin L. Jarrett I. HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF FERTILITY A. 19TH CENTURY B. EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY C. LATE 2OTH CENTURY II. DECIDING ON PARENTHOOD A. CHOOSING TO PARENT 1. Costs 2. Benefits 3. Social Support of Childbearing B. CHOOSING NOT TO PARENT III. REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IV. ADAPTATIONS TO PARENTHOOD A. MOTHERHOOD B. FATHERHOOD V. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PARENTING VI. DIVERSITY IN PARENTING A. SOCIAL CLASS B. RACE/ETHNICITY C. SEXUAL ORIENTATION D. SINGLE PARENTS E. TEEN PARENTS FERTILITY Fertility Fertility Rate Age 15-44 Total Fertility Rate Average number of children an individual would have over lifetime if current birthrates remain constant BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF FERTILITY
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SOCIAL ASPECTS OF FERTILITY cultural norms marriage patterns gender roles political factors
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Unformatted text preview: economic factors reproductive knowledge HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF FERTILITY: 19TH CENTURY *Changes over time *Urbanization *Technological changes HISTORICAL ASPECTS: 2OTH CENTURY *GREAT DEPRESSION *BABY BOOM *BABY BUST CURRENT TRENDS IN FERTILITY ETHNIC/RACIAL GROUP DIFFERENCES DECIDING ON PARENTHOOD *COSTS- expensive, time, energy, emotional cost *BENEFITS The Child Free Option Pronatalist Factors Antinatalist Factors REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES Artificial Insemination In-vitro Fertilization Embryo Transplants Surrogate Parenthood Adaptations to Parenthood: Motherhood Adaptations to Parenthood: Fatherhood GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PARENTHOOD PARENTING STYLES *authoritarian *authoritative *permissive DIVERSITY IN PARENTING *social class *race/ethnicity *gay and lesbian *single parents *teen parent...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HDFS 120 taught by Professor Jarrett during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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