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Marriage and Divorce

A Social and Economic Study, Revised Edition

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674493605

Publication Date: 01/01/1970

508 pages

18 graphs, 1 halftone, 4 maps, 219 tables

Vital and Health Statistics Monographs, American Public Health Association

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Widely praised as the best available study of its kind, Marriage and Divorce, in a new, revised edition, incorporates recent statistics to bring its treatment up to date. This book is replete with information about factors affecting the stability of marriage, the decision to marry or to divorce, and differences in marriage and divorce patterns among various socioeconomic classes and races. There are, in addition, chapters on people who never marry, on the relationship of marital status and health, on family composition and living arrangements, and on work experience and income of married persons. The new, concluding chapter focuses on developments in the turbulent decade of the sixties and early seventies.

Sociologists, psychologists, marriage counselors, and practitioners in the medical and health fields as well as demographers will find this study invaluable, as will students in these and related areas.

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