More than 500 large families in three Russian federal districts were surveyed to explore reasons why couples choose to have many children. Five main patterns were identified, driven by values (partner trust and religious beliefs), socioeconomic circumstances (income and education), and availability of support from extended family and friends.
Thursday, October 22
CInSt Research Seminar 'Cancer Screening Invitations in the Developing World'
Friday, October 23
Laboratory of Algebraic Geometry Weekly Seminar: Cecile Gachet 'Positivity of the tangent bundle on varieties with trivial canonical class'