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The Survey on Perception and Evaluation of policies on Marriage, Childbirth, and Childcare among College Students in Their 20s
This research reviews whether policies on marriage, childbirth, and childcare match properly the demands of young generations by conducting a survey on college students. The survey found that, even if they want and hope to get married and have children, college students tend to postpone or give up marriage and childbirth if faced with the choice between marriage and childbirth on one hand and job and work on the other. They pointed out the limits of current policies whose main functions aredoi:10.14257/astl.2015.101.20 fatcat:7pbsxtx4yfbztmky6pmnzxz534