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Marital dissolution among young Americans

Arnstein Aassve

Marital dissolution among young Americans

the role of income variables and past family formation behaviour

by Arnstein Aassve

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Published by University of Bristol, Department of Economics in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Wrongly numbered on title page as 00/515.

StatementAarnstein Aassve.
SeriesDiscussion paper / University of Bristol, Department of Economics -- no.01/515, Discussion paper (University of Bristol, Department of Economics) -- no.01/515.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19909892M

  Although marital breakups will continue to loom large in the lives of young Americans, the Census Bureau reports that divorce rates have finally stabilized in the last few : Andrew L. Yarrow. I Vont to be Alone’ Transitions to Independent Living, Marriage and Divorce among Young Americans”, (). Interrelationsship between Fertility and Marital Dissolution: Results from a Simultanous Model”,Author: Michael Svarer and Mette Verner.

A Theory of Marital Dissolution and Stability John Mordechai Gottman it may actually be among the most powerful predictors of them (Holmes & Rahe, ). There is even evidence from one large sample 9-year epidemiological Terman actually developed a "marriage aptitude test" to give to his young geniuses. TheFile Size: KB.   Spousal Dissimilarity, Race, and Marital Dissolution Spousal Dissimilarity, Race, and Marital Dissolution Clarkwest, Andrew I test the claims that spousal differences in ideational, behavioral, and other traits contribute to elevated rates of marital dissolution among African Americans. Using data from 3 waves of the National Survey of Families and Households (N = 5,), .

Delayed entry into first marriage and marital stability: Further evidence on the Becker-Landes-Michael hypothesis. Evelyn L. Lehrer At young ages individualsexpectations have defined as the interval between the respondent’s first marriage and the date of marriage dissolution, measured at the time of separation (or divorce, for cases Cited by: 8. Religious Influences on the Risk of Marital Dissolution This study examined multiple dimensions of religious involvement and the risk of divorce among a nationwide sample of 2, ariateproportional hazards modeling was used to analyze two waves of the National Survey of Families and Households.


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Abstract This paper presents an econometric model of marital dissolution using data on young American women. A distinguishing feature of this paper is that the initial conditions (the family Author: Arnstein Aassve.

This paper presents an econometric model of marital dissolution using data on young American women. A distinguishing feature of this paper is that the initial conditions (the family formation process leading up to divorce) are modelled explicitly, and thus included as covariates in the divorce transitions.

Thus, the book is geared toward those interested in understanding the complex topic of sexuality among those at the beginning of young adulthood. While many Mormon youth often abstain from premarital sexual activity, Premarital Sex in America offers an inside look into the large culture that LDS youth will encounter.

With this scope and complex topic in mind, the authors have certainly succeeded Cited by: This paper presents an econometric model of marital dissolution using data on young American women. A distinguishing feature of this paper is that the initial conditions (the family formation process leading up to divorce) are modelled explicitly, and thus included as covariates in the divorce : Arnstein Aassve.

Marriage and Marital Dissolution Among Black Americans Nevertheless, this figure is lower than the 88 percent of White family households with earnings of $25, or more who were headed by married couples (U.S.

Bureau of the Census, ). The newness of the Black middle class means that most of its members have working. Midlife adults evidenced more psychological resilience than young adults did in facing the challenges of a marital transition or remaining single over time.

Anderson, C. M., & Stewart, S. Flying solo: Single women in by: Using data on young American men and women from the NLSY, an important role for income in both these transitions is found. There are significant differences between young men and women.

High earnings capacity increases the probability of marriage and decreases the probability of divorce for young men. Analyses of the, and – waves of the National Survey of Family Growth (N = 7,) revealed that age at coresidence explained a substantial portion of the higher marital dissolution risk of premarital cohabitors.

In comparisons standardized by age at coresidence, the difference in risk of marital dissolution between Cited by:   Cohabitation has become an integral part of the marriage process.

Young Americans believe that cohabitation helps one select good spouses who will ensure stable marriages, and concerns about divorce motivate some young adults to cohabit (Manning & Smock, ).Cited by: In fact, it is only among blacks that an early first birth is associated with later marital disruption, net of early marriage (Moore and Waite, ).

Thus it is still too early to rule out an additional impact of a premarital birth or of a short birth by: variables. There is no evidence that dissolution effects are larger for boys than for girls.

In fact, those differences that are significant show larger effects for girls. There is, however, evidence that effects are larger for children who are very young at the time of the dissolution.

In a classic review of early research on marital dissolution. Prediction was possible over the year period of the study with a model that included marital satisfaction, thoughts of marital dissolution, and affective interaction in both conversations.

The. First, an upsetting statistic I learned from this book: "Since the s, marital dissolution rates have fallen dramatically among highly educated men and women but remained steady among those with lower education such that women with a four-year college degree are half as likely as other women to experience marital dissolution in the first ten 4/5.

This figure comes from a recent report by the U S Census Bureau on marriage and divorce patterns in the United States. This particular graph shows the variation in the duration of first time marriages for women of different races and ethnic groups.

Black-non-Hispanic women have the least chance of long marriages and Asian-non-Hispanic women. Premarital Sex in America How Young Americans Meet, Mate, and Think about Marrying Mark Regnerus and Jeremy Uecker.

This book is the only one to pull together the authors' and others' analyses from the largest and best study of young adult sexual behavior at present (the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, Wave III in early adulthood).

Some other good books on the subject include "The State of Our Unions " which presents statistics showing marriage is disappearing among the poor in America, "Marriage and Cast in America" which also presents evidence on the subject, "Fatherless America", which talks about the research proving children raised in single parents households /5.

in marital dissolution rates for U.S. women by education level. In marriage cohorts from the mids to the s, marital dissolution rates fell among women with a 4-year college degree or more, but remained high among women with less than a 4-year college degree.

This diverging trend began in the mids and is not explained by. Much research on cohabitation has focused on transitions from cohabitation to marriage or dissolution, but less is known about how rapidly women progress into cohabitation, what factors are associated with the tempo to shared living, and whether the timing into cohabitation is associated with subsequent marital transitions.

We use data from the – National Survey of Family Growth to Cited by: 8. This study tested an extension of the theory of marital timing (Oppenheimer, Am J Sociol –, ) by assessing whether visible and less visible financial assets and debt mediated the relationship between employment and the likelihood of marriage.

We conducted these prospective, longitudinal analyses using a sample of 1, never-married young adults from the National Survey of Cited by: Of course, the debate was not just about family structure and income differences; it was also about race and gender.

When Moynihan wrote in24 percent of all births among African-Americans occurred outside of marriage. Today, the black out-of-wedlock birthrate is almost 70 percent, and the white rate has reached nearly 24 percent. Daniel H. Willick, in Behavioral Addictions, Family Law Custody Issues. The mental illness of a parent may be grounds to deny or to limit that parent’s child custody or visitation in a marital dissolution case.

The child’s best interests are usually the deciding factor in. Figure 1 shows that divorce rates increased considerably during the postwar period, especially among younger married couples.3 And Figure 2 shows that marriage formation rates decreased among young adults agedreflecting marriage postponement.

Nobel Laureate Gary Becker pioneered the field of family : Wharton PPI. This article reviews the research literature on links between parental divorce and children's short-term and long-term adjustment.

First, I consider evidence regarding how divorce relates to children's externalizing behaviors, internalizing problems, academic achievement, and Cited by: