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Baranowska-Rataj Anna (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), Matysiak Anna (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), Mynarska Monika (Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie)
Tytuł
Does Lone Motherhood Decrease Women's Subjective Well-Being ? Evidence from Qualitative and Quantitavie Research
Źródło
ISiD Working Papers, 2012, nr 21, s. 36, tab., wykr., bibliogr. 53 poz.
Zeszyty ISiD
Słowa kluczowe
Dzieci, Rodzina niepełna, Dobrobyt, Dynamiczne metody badań
Children, Single parent family, Prosperity, Dynamic test methods
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This paper contributes to the discussion on the effects of single motherhood on happiness. We use a mixed-method approach. First, based on in-depth interviews with mothers who gave birth while single, we explore mechanisms through which children may influence mothers' subjective well-being. In a second step, we analyze panel survey data to quantify this influence. Our results leave no doubt that, while raising a child outside of marriage poses many challenges, parenthood has some positive influence on a lone mother's life. Our qualitative evidence shows that children are a central point in an unmarried woman's life, and that many life decisions are taken with consideration of the child's welfare, including escaping from pathological relationships. Our quantitative evidence shows that, although the general level of happiness among unmarried women is lower than among their married counterparts, raising a child does not have a negative impact on their subjective well-being. (original abstract)
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