From hardship to benefit: A critical review of the nuclear hardship theory in relation to the emergence of the European Marriage Pattern
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KeywordsEuropean Marriage Pattern; agency; institutions; nuclear household;
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- NEP-DEM-2012-04-10 (Demographic Economics)
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