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Volume :47 Issue : 180 2021      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Socio-Economic Causes and Implications of Delayed Motherhood in the Sultanate of Oman: Quantitative Analytic Study

Auther : Prof. Muneer A. Karadsheh - Dr. Nasser R. Al-Mawali


Objectives: This study aims to examine the social and economic effects of delayed motherhood among Omani women and investigate the patterns of such effects on women suffering from their manifestations.
Method: This study uses descriptive analytics and employs questionnaires for data collecting alongside (SPSS), known in the social sciences, for data collection and analysis. The objective sample available consisted of (317) women frequenting infertility and obstetrics hospitals and private practices, generally locates in Muscat.
Results: The study found that the most common cause of infertility in subject-study women, from their perspective, is God's will, at the first place. Second came illness followed by envy and jealousy. The study also found that there are only limited social implications for the infertile Omani ladies, especially on their marriage, such as divorce, separation or a potential second marriage of either of the spouses.
Conclusion: According to the women suffering from infertility, delayed biological motherhoods is mostly attributed to fate (God's will), illness, and unseen considerations that have to do with jealousy and envy.

Keywords: Delayed Biological Motherhood, Soci-economic variables, Infertility.

 

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