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Student Pregnancy: Transformation of Social Roles, Perception of the Body and Intimate Relationships with the Partner

Student: Svetlana Maslova

Supervisor: Olga Savinskaya

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Sociology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Despite the interest of representatives of social policy to the group of pregnant students, there are no any socail researches, statistics on this group are not available too. In the public and scientific discourse, pregnancy is perceived as a purely physiological process, but in this study this period will be interpreted as a social phenomenon. Accordingly, the aim of this study is exploring how social roles change in public (in educational organization) and private relations of pregnant female students, as well as their perception of their bodyness and intimate world of relations with their partners/husbands.

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