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Family structure around the world

Postby Falcon » August 30th, 2015, 8:32 pm

World Family Map 2014
Mapping family change and child well-being outcomes


http://worldfamilymap.org/2014/articles/world-family-indicators/family-structure

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Re: Family structure around the world

Postby droid » August 31st, 2015, 11:44 pm

Look at Colombia, that's why I'm finally leaving in the next few weeks. It's nice but it's just kind of a middle ground, girls behave somewhat better than in the states, but nasty "western" ways are creeping in fast. The cherry on top of this is they're ALL single moms (ok not all but too many). I really don't recommend it for HA newbies or in overall ROI terms.
So it depends how you see it, this place is either the best of both worlds or the worst of both worlds lol.
1)Too much of one thing defeats the purpose.
2)Everybody is full of it. What's your hypocrisy?
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Re: Family structure around the world

Postby Wolfeye » September 5th, 2015, 2:57 pm

It seems like education makes the birth rate go down- why is that? I don't figure most people are unclear about where babies come from, even though that would probably stroke a lot of egos 9probably Western egos, to be honest- I notice a bit of smugness on that level).
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Re: Family structure around the world

Postby Ghost » September 5th, 2015, 3:17 pm

Wolfeye wrote:It seems like education makes the birth rate go down- why is that? I don't figure most people are unclear about where babies come from, even though that would probably stroke a lot of egos 9probably Western egos, to be honest- I notice a bit of smugness on that level).


Because the "education" means making women go to school/university and get jobs, which makes them stop having babies because they get brainwashed into the corpgov cult. It doesn't have anything to do with knowledge, but rather a woman feeling "strong and independent" because the daddygov is giving her the birthright of men.
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Re: Family structure around the world

Postby Wolfeye » September 5th, 2015, 9:49 pm

I see- I thought it was something like that. See, I figure a man wouldn't be like that (even if he was a workaholic) because he has a more persistant sex drive. The problem with that is that if he's always at work, he's not around to raise the kid & that's its own problem. I don't get the point of all this working- is it just to erode what is on the planet like an eating contest?
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