Generational Differences in Cohabitation and Marriage in the US
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- Jennifer Montez & Erika Sabbath & M. Glymour & Lisa Berkman, 2014. "Trends in Work–Family Context Among U.S. Women by Education Level, 1976 to 2011," Population Research and Policy Review, Springer;Southern Demographic Association (SDA), pages 629-648.
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KeywordsCohabitation; Generational status; Immigration; Marriage; Nativity;
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