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Marriage as a social phenomenon

М.М. Канарский, Ю.Ю. Некрасова, И.В. Борисов, В.А. Бондарь
80,00 Р

UDC 316.36-053

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.02-21.114

 

M.M. Kanarskij is junior scientist researcher at Federal Scientific Clinical Center of Reanimatology & Reabilitation e-mail: Kanarmm@yandex.ru ORCID: 0000-0002-7635-1048; Yu.Yu. Nekrasova is scientist researcher at Moscow Aviation Institute and Federal Scientific Clinical Center of Reanimatology & Reabilitation e-mail: nekrasova84@yandex.ru; I.V. Borisov is junior scientist researcher at Federal Scientific Clinical Center of Reanimatology & Reabilitation e-mail: realzel@gmail.com; and V.A. Bondar’ is PhD student ORCID: 0000-0002-3244-463Х

at National Medical Research Center for Children Health

 

Examined is the problem of lowering of birth rate, provoking serious anxiety in number of developed countries of Europe, North America and Asia. In Russia solution of this problem declared national priority, and for its solution are spending solid economic resources. One of reasons of lowering birth rate in Russia is in changing of attitude of the youth to the institute of marriage and family as well as egocentric vector of interests of personality. In our research, we evaluate attitude to marriage of medical students in Russian university, and also their life principles and orientations as to formation of a family.

Key words: demography, marriage, family, students, survey.

 

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