Cohabitation - In-class Group Assignment#4Examples of interaction patterns. not to not to marryIncreasing percentage of “never

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Unformatted text preview: In-class Group Assignment #4Examples of interaction patterns.CohabitationOverviewChoosing not to marryCohabitationChoosing not to marryIncreasing percentage of “never married”Males197020002006< 30 years10.551.757.430 - 40 years5.420.323.3> 40 years4.915.818.5Females< 30 years19.138.943.130 - 40 years7.214.316.7> 40 years6.311.513.1Choosing not to marryIncreasing age at first marriage:1960: Males = 22.8, Females = 20.32000: Males = 26.8, Females = 25.12006: Males = 27.5, Females = 25.9Choosing not to marryWhy these changes?Disinterest in committed relationships?More interest in egalitarian gender roles?Changing social norms making cohabitation a viable alternate?More liberal sexuality?Choosing not to marryTypes of never-married singles (based on interviews):Ambivalent -- Voluntarily and temporarily singleWishful -- Involuntarily and temporarily singleResolved -- Permanently single by choiceRegretful -- Would refer marriage but are resigned to never finding the right person.Cohabitation...
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course FSHD 257 taught by Professor Payne during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Cohabitation - In-class Group Assignment#4Examples of interaction patterns. not to not to marryIncreasing percentage of “never

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