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DATE

1987-01

AUTHORS

Anne V. Gormly, John B. Gormly, Helen Weiss

ABSTRACT

Two hundred and sixty three young adult college students responded to openended questions assessing their specific intentions, motives, and plans for having children. The most commonly stated motives for childbearing reflected a strong interest in establishing an identity and social network. Financial, marital, and emotional stability were identified as important factors influencing the timing of parenthood. Several significant sex differences were found for both motives and the timing of parenthood. These findings are discussed in terms of changing social norms regarding parenthood and changing sex role expectations. More... »

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31-39

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00302849

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