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Apolikhin, O.I., Ivanova, A.E. Self-Preserving Behavior of Families Planning to Have a Child. Her. Russ. Acad. Sci. 91, 593–601 (2021).



Apolikhin, O.I., Ivanova, A.E. Self-Preserving Behavior of Families Planning to Have a Child. Her. Russ. Acad. Sci. 91, 593–601 (2021).
DOI 10.1134/S1019331621050014
ISSN 1019-3316

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Apolikhin, O.I., Ivanova, A.E. Self-Preserving Behavior of Families Planning to Have a Child. Her. Russ. Acad. Sci. 91, 593–601 (2021).
DOI: 10.1134/S1019331621050014
Apolikhin, O.I., Ivanova, A.E. Self-Preserving Behavior of Families Planning to Have a Child. Her. Russ. Acad. Sci. 91, 593–601 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1019331621050014

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Various aspects of self-preserving behavior of officially married 20- to 34-year-old men and women are discussed regarding their reproductive intentions. The hypothesis of this study assumed a healthier lifestyle for respondents planning to have a child. In part, it was confirmed: the prospect of having a child enhances the self-preserving behavior of young people, especially women, and promotes an active lifestyle, but it does not lead to a complete cessation of alcohol and smoking as significant risk factors for the health of the offspring. It turned out, in addition, that reproductive plans do not affect either the setting to longevity or the assessment of life expectancy, or the perception of the obstacles to achieving the desired life expectancy. The main thing here is the negative image of old age, which is associated with illness, the lack of adequate medical care and social support, and loneliness. Material and housing difficulties, as well as the desire to live without denying themselves anything, are not considered by the respondents as obstacles to achieving longevity. Various aspects of self-preserving behavior of officially married 20- to 34-year-old men and women are discussed regarding their reproductive intentions. The hypothesis of this study assumed a healthier lifestyle for respondents planning to have a child. In part, it was confirmed: the prospect of having a child enhances the self-preserving behavior of young people, especially women, and promotes an active lifestyle, but it does not lead to a complete cessation of alcohol and smoking as significant risk factors for the health of the offspring.It turned out, in addition, that reproductive plans do not affect either the setting to longevity or the assessment of life expectancy, or the perception of the obstacles to achieving the desired life expectancy. The main thing here is the negative image of old age, which is associated with illness, the lack of adequate medical care and social support, and loneliness. Material and housing difficulties, as well as the desire to live without denying themselves anything, are not considered by the respondents as obstacles to achieving longevity.

Ключевые слова:

self-preserving behavior of the young reproductive plans setting to longevity longevity motivation life expectancy

Авторы:

Аполихин О.И., Иванова А.Е.

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Социология
Социология медицины



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