Browsing Department of Health Promotion and Development by Subject "family planning"
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Childfreedom as Climate Action. Experiences of Pronatalist Pressures and Gendered Expectations Among Members of the BirthStrike Movement. (Master thesis, 2021-12-14)Childfreedom is becoming an increasingly important topic of research worldwide, particularly since it is understood as a deviation from dominant pronatalist culture. Still, childfree choices related to climate change remains ...