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Hard times and falling fertility in the United States – Family Inequality
Hard times and falling fertility in the United States – Family Inequality
The text and figures of this short paper are below, and it’s also available as a PDF on SocArXiv, in more citable form. The Stata code and other materials are up as well, here. It’s pre…
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Hard times and falling fertility in the United States – Family Inequality
A Model-Based Method for Detecting Persistent Cultural Change Using Panel Data | Sociological Science
A Model-Based Method for Detecting Persistent Cultural Change Using Panel Data | Sociological Science
Stephen Vaisey, Kevin Kiley Sociological Science March 22, 2021 10.15195/v8.a5 Abstract Recent work argues that changes in people's responses to the same question over time should be thought of as reflecting a fixed baseline subject to temporary local influences, rather than durable changes in respo...
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A Model-Based Method for Detecting Persistent Cultural Change Using Panel Data | Sociological Science
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
We’re not going to find a set of fixed divisions that works across arenas — such as social attitudes, family behavior, and economic status.
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Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
Marriage Counterfactuals in Japan: Variation by Gender, Marital Status, and Time | demotrends
Marriage Counterfactuals in Japan: Variation by Gender, Marital Status, and Time | demotrends
Family demographers have long been interested in the debate surrounding changes in the marriage institution, associated with concepts such as the deinstitutionalization of marriage and the Second D…
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Marriage Counterfactuals in Japan: Variation by Gender, Marital Status, and Time | demotrends