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What are the strong correlations between a mother's educational level & the number of children she
will eventually have?
I don't think there is a direct relationship. People have different priority and have different desire to have the number of children and sometime need to consider the circumstances, to determine how many children they want to have. For example, my Great Grand mother was a very well educated woman and was a successful business woman of the late 19th century (and u know how hard that is for woman during those days), yet, she gave birth to 23 children. Other people who are just as successful have 0 or 1 children.
There is a strong correlation between the educational level of a mother & how many children she will have. Studies have conclusively substantiated that women w/college & advanced degrees tend to have fewer children while women w/the least amount of education tend to have a large number of children.
Highly educated women know & realize the importance of family planning. They know that smaller families live better & there are more monies allotted to their children's cultural, educational, & intellectual development. They also see that small families are immensely beneficial to both parent & children in that such children have the chance to interact w/parents more & there is more individualized attention.
Less educated women thoughtlessly & mindlessly have children. They don't believe in family planning. They believe that somehow "things will work out." They have more atavistic premises regarding parenthood. These women are less interactive parents, oftentimes believing that children ought to raise themselves. They believe that interacting & giving individualized attention to children are spoiling them. It goes w/o saying that based upon the aforementioned premise, less educated women, on average, have large families. Other factors in less educated women having large families are religious beliefs as less educated women tend to be more religious than highly educated women who tend to be less religious.
Highly educated women view a woman's role beyond motherhood. They see themselves as multifaceted women & that influences their decision to have smaller families. Less educated women view a woman's role more traditionally. They believe that women's primary roles should be that of mothers. They further believe that motherhood is equivalent to true femininity. That influences them to have large families.
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
What ARE the strong correlations between levels of education, socioeconomic class, mindset,outlook on life, & attitudes towards success?
by alhaji bayoh6 months ago
i would like to know what u think of the above topic
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
middle, upper middle, and upper class parents wouldn't think of doing to their children in terms of their children's socioeconomic success, education, and future achievement?
by James Smith4 months ago
Are you sure it is not your own finances that you are most concerned with?
by H C Palting2 years ago
Do you believe that poorer and/or less educated people have more children whom they can't support?Do you know any ill effects to the child(ren) born to these families and society? If so, what are they?
by chaoticpsyche5 years ago
Every day I see some of the most stupidest people having children. Usually, at least it seems to me, those with less intelligence keep having child after child, often when they cannot afford them. I sometimes think it...
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