Items where Creator is "Hilevych, Yuliya"

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Article

Hilevych, Yuliya (2020) Entrance into parenthood at the onset of low fertility in Ukraine: The role of family relationships and perceived security. Demographic Research, 42 . pp. 799-826. ISSN 1435-9871

Hilevych, Yuliya and Rusterholz, Caroline (2018) ‘Two children to make ends meet’: the ideal family size, parental responsibilities and costs of children on two sides of the Iron Curtain during the post-war fertility decline. The History of the Family, 23 (3). pp. 408-425. ISSN 1081-602X

Hilevych, Yuliya (2016) Later, if ever: Family influences on the transition from first to second birth in Soviet Ukraine. Continuity and Change, 31 (2). pp. 275-300. ISSN 0268-4160

Hilevych, Yuliya (2015) Abortion and gender relationships in Ukraine, 1955–1970. The History of the Family, 20 (1). pp. 86-105. ISSN 1081-602X

MacNamara, Trent and Hilevych, Yuliya (2015) Living in the demos: qualitative approaches to demographic questions. The History of the Family, 20 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 1081-602X

Book Section

Hilevych, Yuliya (2018) Generations and contexts in the study of continuity and change. The example of fertility declines. In: Building Bridges. Scholars, History and Historical Demography. A Festschrift in Honor of Professor Theo Engelen. Valkhof Pers, Nijmegen, pp. 476-490. ISBN 9879056255008

Hilevych, Yuliya and Sato, Chizu (2018) Popular Medical Discourses on Birth Control in the Soviet Union during the Cold War: Shifting Responsibilities and Relational Values. In: Children by Choice? De Gruyter Oldenbourg, pp. 99-122. ISBN 9783110524499

Paper or Report

van den Boomen, Nynke, Dane, Jacques, Hilevych, Yuliya, Hoedemaeckers, Joost, Walhout, Evelien and Kok, Jan (2017) ‘Beklemd in de Scharnieren van de tijd: Beleid, praktijk en ervaringen van afstand ter adoptie door niet-gehuwde moeders in Nederland tussen 1956 en 1984’. Project Report. WODC-ONDERZOEK 2707.

Thesis

Hilevych, Yuliya (2016) Strong families and declining fertility: a comparative study of family relations and reproductive careers in Soviet Ukraine. PhD thesis, Wageningen University.

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