Oh No, We Forgot To Have Children!
How declining birth rates are reshaping our society
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Table of ContentsIntroduction -- 1. The future is the past -- 2. The bionic woman -- 3. ideology's orphan -- 4. Capitalism's child -- 5. Home alone -- 6. Carefree singles and careless parents -- 7. Children : all work, no play -- 8. Myths, lies and masks -- 9. No dogs, no children -- 10. The lie of the land -- 11. Knitting bootees for the country.
Number Of Pages: 232
Published: 20th December 2012
Edition Number: 1
This product is categorised byNon-Fiction » Family & Health » Family & Relationships
Non-Fiction » Psychology » Sexual Behaviour
Non-Fiction » Self-Help & Personal Development
Non-Fiction » Society & Culture » Social Groups » Age Groups » Age Groups for Children
Non-Fiction » Society & Culture » Social Issues & Processes » Social Forecasting
Non-Fiction » Sociology & Anthropology » Sociology » Population & Demography
Non-Fiction » Sociology & Anthropology » Sociology » Sociology & Family & Relationships
Claiming that many citizens of developed nations are failing to reproduce, this informative sociological analysis examines the fertility issues stepping out of the bedroom and taking center stage in the political arena and public eye. While many wonder how children can find a comfortable psychological and sociological position on the female agenda without sacrificing the freedoms gained as a result of feminist social work and the advent of the Pill. Open, honest, and unashamedly positive, these explorations present ways in which men and women can reassess their lives and attain a personal and cultural balance.