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Ch 9 Coupling for BB - Ch 9 Coupling: From Singlehood to...

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Ch 9 Coupling: From Singlehood to Marriage Quiz About Singles Men are more likely to live alone than women. The age group with the largest number of people who live alone is between age 25 and 34 Living together is a good way to find out whether partners will get along in marriage Women and men who live together typically share housework and other domestic tasks Most singles are happier than most married people Utah has the lowest percentage of same-sex households Rates of domestic violence are lower among gay couples than among straight couples Most elderly people have numerous options in deciding where to live Myth or Fact About Singlehood Singles are tied to their mother’s apron strings. Singles are selfish and self-centered. Singles are well off financially. Singles are happier. There is something wrong with unmarried people. Gender Differences in Singlehood Never Married Young unmarried men and women are well educated with high status careers and jobs
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course PYSC 301 taught by Professor Bessellieu during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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Ch 9 Coupling for BB - Ch 9 Coupling: From Singlehood to...

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