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There is a general trend of postponing entry into parenthood in Europe, Scandinavia being no exception. Previous research has suggested a range of reasons for this pattern to emerge, but comparatively little attention has been given the possible impact of the social network on the decision to try for a child. This paper explicates ways in which young Swedish adults in focus group discussions reason about the impact of friends and family in their reproductive decisionmaking. The analysis isdoi:10.5964/ijpr.v3isupp1.69 fatcat:gg3jqyj5trbuvnqcyhkptiscsu