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Theology majors marry each other a lot, but business majors don’t (and other tales of BAs and marriage) – Family Inequality
Theology majors marry each other a lot, but business majors don’t (and other tales of BAs and marriage) – Family Inequality
The American Community Survey collects data on the college majors of people who’ve graduated college. This excellent data has lots of untapped potential for family research, because it tells …
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Theology majors marry each other a lot, but business majors don’t (and other tales of BAs and marriage) – 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