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2019, vol. 53, br. 3, str. 1217-1240
Da li je rušenje rodnih stereotipa ključ za porast fertiliteta u Srbiji?
Institut društvenih nauka, Beograd

e-adresaankica.sobot@gmail.com
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Istraživanje demografskih fenomena u funkciji javnih politika u Srbiji (MPNTR - 47006)

Ključne reči: nizak fertilitet; rodne uloge; društveni razvoj; Evropa; Srbija
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Centralno pitanje ovog rada jeste da li promena tradicionalne podele rodnih uloga zaista jeste faktor koji bi stope rađanja u Srbiji približio nivou potrebnom za prostu reprodukciju. Veza između rodnih modela i stopa fertiliteta u evropskim državama koje se odlikuju različitim rodnim režimima diskutuje se na osnovu relevantne demografske literature i statističkih podataka. Takođe, rezultati realizovanih istraživanja u Srbiji su osnova za razmatranje rodnih modela unutar porodice i rodnog aspekta roditeljstva kao faktora odlučivanja o rađanju. Specifičnosti ekonomskog razvoja i rasprostranjene kulturne norme o rodnim ulogama, determinišu vezu i uticaj rodnog odnosa na visinu fertiliteta. U tim okvirima se nazire i odgovor na pitanje koje je usmerilo ovaj rad.
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jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/socpreg53-22567
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 06.12.2019.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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