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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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  • Foreword by William H. McBeath
  • 1. Development of Statistics on Marriage and Divorce
  • 2. Comparative International Trends in Marriage and Divorce
  • 3.Trends and Variations in Marriage Rates, Divorce Rates, and Marital States
  • 4. Group Variations in Age at Marriage
  • 5. Intermarriage Among Educational, Ethnic, and Religious Groups
  • 6. Family Composition and Living Arrangements of Married Persons
  • 7. Work Experience and Income of Married Persons
  • 8.Group Variations Among Separated and Divorced Persons
  • 9. Group Variations Among Widows and Widowers
  • 1O. Group Variations Among Bachelors and Spinsters
  • 11. Marital Status and Health
  • 12. Legal and Administrative Aspects of Marriage and Divorce
  • 13. Recent Changes in Marriage and Divorce
  • Notes
  • Index

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