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Dating, Marriage, and Childbirth Change during the COVID-19

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How did the thoughts and behaviors of dating, marriage, and childbirth change during the COVID-19 (hereinafter referred to as COVID-19)? This study used “the Survey on Koreans’ set of values regarding marriage and family in the COVID-19 era” conducted on February 2021, about a year after January 2020, when COVID-19 first occurred in South Korea. The survey period was when strict social distancing in response to COVID-19 was maintained. At that time, the COVID-19 vaccines were developed overseas, but domestic vaccinations have not yet begun.
To summarize the results of the study, the effects of COVID-19 on relationship, marriage, and childbirth were different depending on the life process. For couples with no children or only one child, "no change" in the relationship was the most common response, while negative responses were more popular than positive ones. Not-yet married couples were more likely to delay their wedding plans rather than advance them. Singles who have not a romantic partner were struggling with the new encounter. These findings suggest that the marriage intention and the birth plan would fall roughly by 10%p.

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KDI School of Public Policy and management
Childbirth; COVID-19; Dating; Life Table; Marriage; SMAM
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KDI School of Pub Policy & Management Paper No. 22-11
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