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Pathways to parenthood in a low fertility context: a grounded theory study of childbearing trajectories among couples in the Republic of Serbia

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Since the fall of socialism in the 1990s, the Republic of Serbia has experienced the heightening of some complex demographic issues: an ageing population; “brain drains” of labour; and declining fertility rates, to name but a few. Declining fertility rates have been especially politicised in the last two decades, with the country’s government administrations and political periphery seeking to resolve the so-called “low fertility problem” via (family and social) policymaking. Some of the po...

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Social Policy & Intervention
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DPhil
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