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Autor
Rybińska Anna (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
Tytuł
Motherhood after the Age of 35 in Poland
Źródło
Studia Demograficzne, 2014, nr 1(165), s. 7-28, aneks, wykr., tab., bibliogr. s. 23-26
Słowa kluczowe
Dzietność kobiet, Praca kobiet, Przemiany demograficzne, Analiza demograficzna
Women's fertility, Female labour, Demographic transformation, Demographic analysis
Uwagi
summ.; I acknowledge financial support from the research project "Family Change and Subjective Well-Being" (FAMWELL), financed by the National Centre for Research and from the project "Family Change in Italy and Poland"(FamChIP), financed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Tertiary Education.
Abstrakt
Autorka porównuje przebieg życia kobiet, które urodziły pierwsze dziecko przed ukończeniem 35 lat i później. Rozpatruje ich karierę edukacyjną, zawodową i rodzinną. Zastosowana analiza sekwencji uwidoczniła wyraźne różnice w przebiegu tej fazy życia między rozważanymi dwiema grupami kobiet. Późniejsze przejście do pierwszego dziecka wiąże się nie tylko z dłuższym okresem edukacji i późniejszym wejściem na rynek pracy. Kobiety te później tworzą związki, a czas między zawarciem związku i urodzeniem dziecka jest dłuższy niż u młodszych matek. Starsze matki są też przeciętnie lepiej wykształcone niż te, które decydują się na pierwsze dziecko wcześniej, ponadto pracują dłużej zanim urodzą pierwsze dziecko i częściej wracają do pracy po urodzeniu dziecka. Ich związki jednak częściej się rozpadają. (fragment noty redakcyjnej)

Postponing motherhood is a widespread phenomenon across developed countries, however only few studies look into very late motherhood in post-socialist countries using individual level data. In this study, I look at the context of the first childbirth in Poland in the midst of the political transformation of 1989. Employing sequence analysis I reconstructed life trajectories of women who experienced the transition to adulthood during the late 1980's and the early 1990's and have just completed their fertility histories. Individual data from the 2011 GGS-PL and the 2011 FAMWELL Survey were used. Comparing paths of mothers' lives, I searched for differences in educational, professional and conjugal careers between women who gave birth before the age of 30 and after the age of 35. The results show how various life careers crisscross over the life course leading women to late motherhood. (original abstract)
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