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cohabitation.and.future.marital.stability [2016/09/30 10:29]
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cohabitation.and.future.marital.stability [2017/05/16 07:49] (current)
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 eventual first husband, followed by women from single divorced parent families (55 percent), intact cohabiting families (56.2 eventual first husband, followed by women from single divorced parent families (55 percent), intact cohabiting families (56.2
 percent), married stepfamilies (59.5 percent), always single parent families (69.4 percent), and cohabiting stepfamilies (72.9 percent), married stepfamilies (59.5 percent), always single parent families (69.4 percent), and cohabiting stepfamilies (72.9
-percent). ((These charts draw on data collected by the National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle 6 (2002). The sample consists of women between the ages of 14 and 44 and numbers 7,643. \\ Patrick Fagan and Paul Sullins, "​“Women Who Cohabited with Eventual First Husband” by Current Religious Attendance and Structure of Family of Origin,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF10I111.pdf]]+percent). ((These charts draw on data collected by the National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle 6 (2002). The sample consists of women between the ages of 14 and 44 and numbers 7,643. \\ Patrick Fagan and Paul Sullins, "​“Women Who Cohabited with Eventual First Husband” by Current Religious Attendance and Structure of Family of Origin,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-97.pdf]]
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-This entry draws heavily from [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF12D58.pdf|Marriage and Economic Well Being: The Economy Rises or Falls with Marriage]] and [[http://​www.heritage.org/​research/​reports/​1999/​06/​broken-families-rob-children-of-their-chances-for-future-prosperity|How Broken Families Rob Children of Their Chances for Future Prosperity]].)) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF10I111.pdf|Chart]] Below). ​+This entry draws heavily from [[http://marri.us/research/​research-papers/​marriage-and-economic-well-being-the-economy-of-the-family-rises-or-falls-with-marriage/|Marriage and Economic Well Being: The Economy Rises or Falls with Marriage]] and [[http://​www.heritage.org/​research/​reports/​1999/​06/​broken-families-rob-children-of-their-chances-for-future-prosperity|How Broken Families Rob Children of Their Chances for Future Prosperity]].)) (See [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-97.pdf|Chart]] Below). ​
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF10I111.pdf|{{ :women_who_cohabited_with_eventual_first_husband.png?​direct&​500 |"​Women Who Cohabited with Eventual First Husband"​}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-97.pdf|{{ :women_who_cohabited_with_eventual_first_husband_by_family_structure.jpg?​direct&​500 |"​Women Who Cohabited with Eventual First Husband"​}}]]