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Yuliya Hilevych
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Abortion and gender relationships in Ukraine, 1955–1970
Y Hilevych
The History of the Family 20 (1), 86-105, 2015
232015
Popular Medical Discourses on Birth Control in the Soviet Union during the Cold War: Shifting Responsibilities and Relational Values
Y Hilevych, C Sato
Children by Choice? Changing Values, Reproduction, and Family Planning in …, 2018
212018
Strong families and declining fertility: a comparative study of family relations and reproductive careers in Soviet Ukraine
Y Hilevych
Wageningen University, 2016
172016
‘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
Y Hilevych, C Rusterholz
The History of the Family 23 (3), 408-425, 2018
162018
Later, if ever: Family influences on the transition from first to second birth in Soviet Ukraine
Y HILEVYCH
Continuity and Change 31 (02), 275-300, 2016
162016
Living in the demos: qualitative approaches to demographic questions
T MacNamara, Y Hilevych
The History of the Family 20 (1), 1-8, 2015
52015
Moederschap en sociale netwerken in Oekraïne, 1955-1965
Y Hilevych, PPP Rotering
Gender in/en demografie, Jaarboek demografie 2013; Matthijs, Koen; Puschmann …, 2013
5*2013
Generations and contexts in the study of continuity and change. The example of fertility declines
Y Hilevych
Building Bridges. Scholars, History and Historical Demography. A Festschrift …, 2018
42018
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
N VAN DEN BOOMEN, J DANE, Y HILEVYCH, J HOEDEMAECKERS, ...
Beleid, praktijk en ervaringen van afstand ter adoptie door niet-gehuwde …, 2017
4*2017
Entrance into parenthood at the onset of low fertility in Ukraine: The role of family relationships and perceived security
Y Hilevych
Demographic Research 42, 799-826, 2020
32020
Men's welfare beyond the state: Working fathers' experiences of childcare within the family in Soviet Ukraine
Y Hilevych
Men and Welfare, 203-215, 2022
2022
‘The hope is finished’: life in the Ukrainian separatist regions of Donetsk and Luhansk
B Perelli-Harris, T Gerber, Y Hilevych
https://theconversation.com/the-hope-is-finished-life-in-the-ukrainian …, 2022
2022
Aiding Marital Childlessness: Christian Religious Responses to Husband and Donor Insemination in Belgium and Britain, 1940–1980
T Claes, Y Hilevych
Journal of Religious History 46 (3), 503-525, 2022
2022
Véronique Petit, Kaveri Qureshi, Yves Charbit, and Philip Kreager (Eds.) The Anthropological Demography of Health Oxford University Press, 2020, 552 p., $145.00
Y Hilevych
Population and Development Review 47 (2), 545-550, 2021
2021
Surrogate motherhood or work? (In Ukrainian: Сурогатне материнство чи все-таки робота?)
Y Hilevych
https://genderindetail.org.ua/season-topic/feminism-in-detail/surogatne …, 2021
2021
Hostages of time: Policy, practice and experiences of relinquishing a child for adoption in The Netherlands between 1956 and 1984
E Walhout, J Dane, Y Hilevych, J Kok
Annales de demographie historique 142 (2), 1-19, 2021
2021
Summary notes of the Technical Consultation on FP-OOPS estimates
M Dhatemwa, G Flores, P Hernández-Peña, Y Hilevych, D Morgan, ...
2020
First public cases of surrogacy in 1978 Britain: can they help us to better understand surrogacy today?
Y Hilevych
http://www.reprosoc.com/blog/2019/11/15/first-public-cases-of-surrogacy-in …, 2019
2019
UNFPA-NIDI Resource Flows Survey on Family Planning 2015 (Flyer)
E Beekink, P Hernández-Peña, Y Hilevych, KL Vrijburg
2017
Surviving microdata in Eastern Ukraine, the 18th and 19th centuries
Y Voloshyn, Y Hilevych
http://censusmosaic.org/web/events/2nd-mosaic-conference, 2012
2012
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