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The aim of this study is to provide a comparative analysis of the tendency of having children of the child development department students who are educated for child and family life and the medical services and techniques department students who are not educated for child and family life. In this study, the opinions of the students of both departments about supposedly required criteria and characteristics of the individuals in order to have children were examined by the same method. In this study, which is conducted by using qualitative research methods, the data obtained through semi-structured interview forms are subjected to content analysis. 28 children development department students and 28 medical services and techniques department students participated in the study. The data obtained from the research are presented in tables with frequency and percentage calculations.
Keywords: Child, Having a Child, Tendency to Have a Child
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