IPR Seminar Series - Dr. Sarah Hayford

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Dr. Sarah Hayford
January 25, 2022
12:30PM - 1:30PM
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Virtual - Zoom

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Add to Calendar 2022-01-25 12:30:00 2022-01-25 13:30:00 IPR Seminar Series - Dr. Sarah Hayford Dr. Sarah Hayford, OSU, Director of Institute for Population Research, Professor of Sociology Theme: Immigration and Migration Title of Talk: “Models of Parenthood Among Childless Young Adults” Abstract: The ways people parent vary by individual characteristics and by social location, and a substantial body of research has documented this variation in models of parenthood. However, the origins of these approaches to parenthood are not well understood – do childless people have models of parenthood? And if so, do they make decisions about if, when, and how to have children based on how they expect to parent? In this talk, I present preliminary evidence describing how childless young adults define “good” parenting and whether these ideas shape their goals for having children. These findings contribute to a larger agenda on how a broad set of attitudes and values are related to childbearing goals. Please note that January and February 2022 seminars will only be offered in a virtual format.  A reminder that all participants need to register in order to participate in the spring seminar series. The link to the registration is here: https://osu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqf-GhqDgiG9WdqaEWVPZ5HCi_u9rmSUZp Virtual - Zoom Institute for Population Research popcenter@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Dr. Sarah Hayford, OSU, Director of Institute for Population Research, Professor of Sociology

Theme: Immigration and Migration

Title of Talk: “Models of Parenthood Among Childless Young Adults”

Abstract: The ways people parent vary by individual characteristics and by social location, and a substantial body of research has documented this variation in models of parenthood. However, the origins of these approaches to parenthood are not well understood – do childless people have models of parenthood? And if so, do they make decisions about if, when, and how to have children based on how they expect to parent? In this talk, I present preliminary evidence describing how childless young adults define “good” parenting and whether these ideas shape their goals for having children. These findings contribute to a larger agenda on how a broad set of attitudes and values are related to childbearing goals.

Please note that January and February 2022 seminars will only be offered in a virtual format. 

A reminder that all participants need to register in order to participate in the spring seminar series. The link to the registration is here: https://osu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqf-GhqDgiG9WdqaEWVPZ5HCi_u9rmSUZp