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Fertility and Deprivation: A Study of Differential Fertility Amongst Working Class Families in Aberdeen.

Askham, Janet

Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge University Press, 1975
ISBN 10: 0521207959 / ISBN 13: 9780521207959
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Titel: Fertility and Deprivation: A Study of ...

Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge University Press

Erscheinungsdatum: 1975

Einband: Hardcover

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188p cloth with dustjacket, excellent condition, from a Cambridge college library, appendix, indices, very good, this title was published in the series Cambridge Papers in Sociology. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAB 91566

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Inhaltsangabe: Originally published in 1975, this was the first empirical study to investigate the nature of the links between family size and the social and economic condition of those in lower social classes. The largest families are often found among those who seem to be least able to afford many children. Why is this so? By comparing a sample of Aberdeen couples in an unskilled manual occupational group who had large families with those in the same and other manual occupational groups who had smaller families, Miss Askham attempted to show why differences in family size occur. Her findings indicated that those with larger families tended to have experienced throughout their lives more poverty, insecurity and deprivation than those with smaller families and that this affected their view of the world and of their own place in it. As the first survey carried out in Britain which examined in detail the relationship between poverty and fertility, this book has appeal for all those interested in the sociology or welfare of the family.

Inhaltsangabe: Originally published in 1975, this was the first empirical study to investigate the nature of the links between family size and the social and economic condition of those in lower social classes. By comparing various family samples, Miss Askham attempted to show why differences in family size occur.

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