`Seeing the ease and security in which these people were living, I felt that this close resemblance of the sexes was after all what one would expect; for the strength of a man and the softness of a woman, the institution of the family, and the differentiation of occupations are mere militant necessities of an age of physical force; where population is balanced and abundant, much childbearing
becomes an evil rather than a blessing to the State; where violence comes but rarely and off-spring are secure, there is less necessity--indeed there is no necessity--for an efficient family, and the specialization of the sexes with reference to their children's needs disappears.
And she was like an ancient woman who is cut off from childbearing
and the gifts of garland-loving Aphrodite, like the nurses of king's children who deal justice, or like the house-keepers in their echoing halls.
We have argued that post-secondary investments are significantly greater for the white women in our sample than for the black women, producing delays in childbearing
for young white women relative to young black women.
women of childbearing
age, according to an Environmental Protection Agency study released in November.
Birthing salvation; gender and class in early Christian childbearing
cases ranges from 43,000 to 44,000 per annum.
In Malawi, women in polygamous marriages are less likely than their counterparts in monogamous marriages to use modern contraceptives, surveillance data from more than 2,500 couples indicate.' The proportion of women who wanted to stop childbearing
was higher among those in polygamous marriages than among those in monogamous unions (54% vs.
has been generally on a long-term decline in the United States since the late 1950s.
And several panel members suggested that men and women who are shown to not be of childbearing
potential be removed from most of the restrictions imposed by iPLEDGE.
The modernization process in a society may reduce the demand for children among couples due to costs and benefits of childbearing
. Since the 1990s, Bangladesh has recorded some of the developing world's most rapid advances in basic human development indicators.
Older women have more pre-term births More than half of women of childbearing
age in Cyprus have given birth by Caesarean section, according to the Statistical Service ad-hoc report "Perinatal Health Survey 2007".
The postponement of childbearing
until the mid-30s or later increases the proportion of couples with fertility problems, increases the risk of becoming a fertility patient, and increases the risk of childlessness or having fewer children than desired.