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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Hana Maříková, Zuzana Uhde
We argue that despite the assumption that there was a cohesive ideology of care during the communist regime, changes in ideologies, institutional settings and practices of childcare came about in Czechoslovakia in different decades. Reasons for post-1989 childcare in Czech societ...
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Authors: Formánková, Lenka, Dobrotić, Ivana
This article considers women’s and men’s roles in the labour market and the different ways in which care-work is shared inSlovenia and the Czech Republic. Effective policy measures can prevent parenting of young children be...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana
There has been a marked trend towards the postponement of childbearing and increased childlessness in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) since the 1990s. In this chapter, current scientific debates and theories of fertility dec...
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Authors: Maříková, Hana
This paper contributes to the debate on the relative impact of institutions or cultural values by analyzing parental attitudes to childcare, i.e. by focusing on the micro level of decisions in families instead of the macro level o...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Dudová, Radka
The article compares the development of policies pertaining to care for preschool children inthe course of the second half of the 20th century in France and in the Czech Republic. It aims atidentifying the key factors that led to the differentiation of the policies and institutio...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana; Dudová, Radka
The article compares the development of policies pertaining to care for preschool children inthe course of the second half of the 20th century in France and in the Czech Republic. It aims atidentifying the key factors that led to the differentiation of the policies and institutio...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana
The article reviews cultural and structural explanations of low fertility in Central and Eastern Europe. Then it answers the following questions: What factors have influenced decisions on (not) entering parenthood in the Czec...
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Authors: Dudová, Radka
The article draws on empirical qualitative research to identify the various ways in which separated or divorced fathers in theCzech Republic relate to the norm of father-provider. It offers an analysis of the plurality of men’s approa...
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Authors: Sobotka, Tomáš, Anna Šťastná, Kryštof Zeman, Dana Hamplová, Vladimíra Kantorová
A profound transformation of family and fertility patterns has taken place in the Czech Republic after 1989. The rapidity of observed changes can be explained as the outcome of a simultaneous occurrence of several factors, especially the emergence of new opportunities competing w...
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Authors: Maříková, Hana
The aim of the paper is to determine whether there is genuinely an erosion of gender inequalities in those families where fatherscontribute to child nurture in the early phases of a child´s life, or whether the status quo is merely modified. It examines wheng...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana
Growing difference in Czech men’s and Czech women’s (more liberal) attitudes towards gender roles is analyzed; a shift in income poverty structure towards bigger inclusion of households with children in the country is focused;...
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Authors: Maříková, Hana
Eastern Europe has been recognized as a region that has experienced major socio-political and economic changes in the last decades. The impact of these transitions on families and their functioning has also been significant. The b...
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Authors: Vohlídalová, Marta, Maříková, Hana
This paper focuses on the practices and the construction of provider and carer roles in families after divorce or separation in which the parental couple has joint physical child ustody, examining...
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Authors: Blum, S., L. Formánková, I. Dobrotič
The economic crisis has significantly challenged national welfare states and has often led to retrenchment. The question arises how countries have reacted to the crisis in the area of family policy – not directly connected to rising unemployment and also not as demanding fo...
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Authors: Clark, Shelley, D. Hamplová
Single motherhood in sub-Saharan Africa has received surprisingly little attention, although it is widespread and has critical implications for children’s wellbeing. Using survival analysis techniques, we estimate the probability of becoming a single mother over women...

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