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Unformatted text preview: 1) Goodwin Reading There was no provision in the study that looked at cohabitating couples. Would these couples receive many of the same health benefits as married couples, or would the less than permanent arrangement of their relationship and living situation mean that they have effects more similar to single people? Or is it somewhere in between? 2) Pearlin Reading Can marital status partially compensate for SES? Is a poor married person better off than a rich single person? Do these psychological problems take into account the extent to which someone wants to be married? Are single professional businesswomen less likely to want to be married in order to not slow their careers, and if so do they suffer some of the same psychological problems for not being married?...
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