Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Family and relationships
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- 1 Domestic discipline
- 2 Inactive
- 3 Looking for Good Article reviewers for sociology of family student articles
- 4 how much did gandhi had taken dowry
- 5 Family Economics Wikipedia:USEP/Courses/Labor/Gender II: Economics of Gender (Gunseli Berik)
- 6 Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Abortion advocacy movement coverage ready for community feedback
- 7 Portal:Society at peer review
- 8 Portal:Society for featured portal consideration
- 9 Family Economics Wikipedia:USEP/Courses/Labor/Gender II: Economics of Gender (Gunseli Berik)
- 10 Expansion of "Sterilization (medicine)" article
- 11 Proposed new entry titled "Maternity leave (United States)"
- 12 Domestic violence
- 13 Proposed revisions to population mobility article
- 14 RfC on title of Sarah Brown (wife of Gordon Brown)
- 15 Reliable source usage
- 16 When God Writes Your Love Story
- 17 Divorce law in China
This WikiProject seems inactive, but if someone is still watching this page, please take a look at Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Domestic_discipline. This seems the most specific project to leave notice given that it lists domestic violence on the project page. VG ☎ 13:48, 1 November 2008 (UTC)
It seems to me this project is inactive... comments? --21:17, 4 November 2009 (UTC)
- I was just wondering that myself...I came to ask about a couple articles, actually, but I guess there's really no one to answer... Ks0stm (T•C•G) 01:07, 11 November 2009 (UTC)
Looking for Good Article reviewers for sociology of family student articles
how much did gandhi had taken dowry
Family Economics Wikipedia:USEP/Courses/Labor/Gender II: Economics of Gender (Gunseli Berik)
I am planning to revise the article family economics. I thought it is a suitable topic for being under the wiki project Family and Relationships, since the article is focusing on economics aspects of family and relationships. So I suggest to bring this article under this wiki project. Family economics is a subject that has been developed in last few decades and there are many resources that could be used to develop the article. Currently the article is pretty much like an outline of a more developed encyclopedia article. I think the subjects that are stated in the article can be a starting point from which further development. I am planning to put the marriage, or formation of family, division of labor within the family and history of family as three possible sections that could be added to the article. I would really appreciate any general ideas on the contribution i am planning to make. One subject where I am not certain is the children. I think I may add another section on the role of children in the family, or I can cover the role of children within the family family in other sections. Also I think I might add how economics of family is related to macroeconomic policies, like welfare programs, or social movements like feminism, or socialism. However I think I might overextend the article by doing then. If you have any advice on these particular subjects where i have confusion, I would like to hear that.
Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Abortion advocacy movement coverage ready for community feedback
Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Abortion advocacy movement coverage, an RFC that will affect the title of the articles currently titled Support for the legalization of abortion and Opposition to legal abortion if consensus is found in favor of its conclusions, is now in its community feedback phase and ready for editors to register opinions and arguments. Please add your feedback; thanks! —chaos5023 (talk) 17:30, 22 October 2012 (UTC)
Portal:Society at peer review
Portal:Society is now up for portal peer review, the review page is at Wikipedia:Portal peer review/Society/archive1. I've put a bit of effort into this as part of a featured portal drive related to portals linked from the top-right corner of the Main Page, and feedback would be appreciated prior to featured portal candidacy. Thank you for your time, — Cirt (talk) 02:41, 23 October 2012 (UTC)
Portal:Society for featured portal consideration
I've nominated Portal:Society for featured portal candidacy, discussion is at Wikipedia:Featured portal candidates/Portal:Society. Thank you for your time, — Cirt (talk) 22:27, 12 November 2012 (UTC)
Family Economics Wikipedia:USEP/Courses/Labor/Gender II: Economics of Gender (Gunseli Berik)
I have completed my revision of family economics article. If you give me any feedback I will be appreciated. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 17:57, 4 December 2012 (UTC) Kerem Cantekin (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 15:20, 3 December 2012 (UTC)
Expansion of "Sterilization (medicine)" article
As part of a class project, my partner and I want to revise the "Sterilization (medicine)" article. Because the current article only mentions sterilization methods and psychological effects (which are well done by the way), we plan to add sections, some of which we've outlined below:
2. Affected populations-we'll look at which groups that tend to be sterilized and break down the populations into categories if there are relevant trends. Ex: Women who are sterilized vs. men who are sterilized; investigating whether certain races are more likely to participate in sterilization; etc. 2.1 Gender 2.2 Race 2.3 Socio-economic status
3. Effects-expanding this section to cover more than just psychological effects. 3.1 Physical 3.2 Psychological 3.3 Familial 3.4 Community and Beyond
We're especially interested in how sterilization affects women's status within families and the greater community. We target women specifically because of their substantial role in the childbearing and childrearing process. As much of our focus will be on familial and communal relationships, we believe that our page will appropriately fit within this WikiProject. We are open to feedback and constructive criticism about how we can best improve this article.
Several of our sources are studies that look into the relationship between family planning and sterilization (Abell 1987; Banerjee and Duflo 2011; Short, Linmao and Wentao 2000) as well as relations between men and women regarding sterilization (Char, Saavala and Kulmala 2009).
Proposed new entry titled "Maternity leave (United States)"
The WikiProject Family and relationships seeks to ensure that articles relating to familial issues are well-organized and written. In compliance with this mission, as part of a school project, I intend to create a new entry delving into maternity leave policy within the United States with the hope of ultimately including it in this particular WikiProject. Maternityleave would be an appropriate addition to this WikiProject community as it intimately influences parental practices and overall family life. These policies tremendously impact both childhood development and gender equality. Despite its profound influence on American society, many individuals are often ignorant about many aspects of maternity leave policy. Wikipedia's dearth of relevant information on United States maternity leave does not align with the topic's particular significance and prevalence. Therefore, with the page's enhancement and addition to this WikiProject, I hope to raise awareness about maternity leave within the United States. Primarily through the use of scholarly articles and policy reports, I intend to create an entirely new page delving into the history of maternity leave, its current legal and legislative framework, and its impact on American society. Given the gravity of this topic, I recognize that I likely will need assistance throughout the project. Therefore, I encourage all feedback and suggestions on any aspect of my proposal. Specifically, I welcome source recommendations and suggestions of other Wikipedia articles relevant to my topic. Moreover, while outside of the scope my project, I hope that other editors choose to create similar maternity leave pages for other countries along with the United States. This will allow the easy comparison of various maternity leave systems and thus prove incredibly useful to the Wikipedia community. Thank you for all considerations.
|This article is the subject of an educational assignment at University of Utah supported by the Wikipedia Ambassador Program during the 2013 Spring term. Further details are available on the course page.|
I plan to edit the article, Domestic violence in Chile. While this article is specific to a certain area, WikiProject Family and Relationships generally lacks information on violence in the home. Addressing this issue raises awareness regarding a particularly important issue relative to relationships. As I edit this article, I plan to include details on the economic impacts of domestic violence. Although I will be targeting Chile, these economic impacts are applicable to essentially all areas affected by domestic violence. Socioeconomic status and cultural correlations with domestic violence will also by analyzed in the updated article.
Proposed revisions to population mobility article
Hello! I am a student at Rice university and am working to revise the current population mobility article. I'm updating the article to show how the ability to travel and relocate effects the dynamics families and women in particular. Wikipedia currently lacks information on geographic mobility outside the US, and does not look at how the ability to travel can change the dynamic of a community. The current Population mobility article focuses only on demographic measures of population mobility and the technical definition of mobility in the US Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey. Do you think this idea fits under population mobility, or does it work better in another article? Has this information been covered under another family article that I did not find? Also, let me know if you have any advice about writing a well-balanced and well-supported article about family. Thanks! matt.9.johnson (talk) 22:07, 6 March 2013 (UTC)
RfC on title of Sarah Brown (wife of Gordon Brown)
Reliable source usage
You are invited to join the discussion at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Asian Americans#Asian American interracial trope. RightCowLeftCoast (talk) 02:04, 24 June 2013 (UTC)
When God Writes Your Love Story
The article about the dating-and-marriage book When God Writes Your Love Story is a current featured article candidate. Any constructive comments you would be willing to provide at the discussion would be greatly appreciated. Neelix (talk) 19:14, 20 July 2013 (UTC)