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Adiyah Crute READINGS FOR WED. MAR. 3, 2010 Rd. 12– Cohabitation by Lynne Casper and Suzanne Bianchi 1. What are the ever married statistics for women in the U.S.? a) 88% 2. What are the similarities and differences between cohabitation and marriage? a) Some similarities are co-residence, emotional, psychological, and sexual  intimacy; and some degree of economic interdependence. But they also  differ. Marriage is a relationship between two people of opposite sexes that  adheres to legal, moral and social rules, a social institution that rests upon  common values and shared expectations for appropriate behavior within  the partnership. 3. What has been the increase in proportion of unmarried who cohabit between  1978 and 1998? a) The proportion of unmarried women who were cohabiting tripled from 3%  to 9% 4. What are the earliest national sources of data on cohabitation in the U.S.?
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