Reproductive practices in modern Russian society
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 2, pp. 1891-1895
  • Published Online: 02 Dec 2019
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Abstract

Attention to reproductive behavior in this work is conditioned by the fact that such processes as the decrease of children born by a woman during her life, the increase of woman age giving birth to a first-born, and voluntary abandonment of a baby take place. Often this is due to socio-economic factors, but there is also the population health deterioration.
Over the past hundred years, the changes in the birth rate have occurred in Russia, reflecting the transition from the traditional to the new, modern type of reproductive behavior of a significant part of the population. In this regard, attention should be paid to reproductive scenarios and the ways they are implemented in our society.
This article discusses the main reproductive practices and the attitude of the Russian Federation residents to them on the basis of studies conducted by well-known centers for the study of public opinion in Russia. The overview of information is grouped into the following units: general information on reproductive behavior, reproductive attitudes, the methods of conception and ART, childbirth regulation.

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