Attitudes toward pre-marital sex, non-marital childbearing, cohabitation, and marriage among blacks and whites
University of Wisconsin, Center for Demography and Ecology, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 61 pages
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agree approval of non-marital approve of cohabitation approve of premarital attitudes of Blacks behaviors between Blacks Bennett bivariate Black females Black women Blacks and Whites coefficient college College compared decline in marriage differences between Blacks differences in attitudes differences in behavior differences in marriage Espenshade 1985 factors family behavior gender High School higher household illegitimacy independent variables issues of premarital less educated Log Odds logit Mare & Winship marriage for Blacks marriage rates married couples married Never married Model Specifications Predicting non-marital births non-marital childbearing non-marital fertility NSFH odds of approval OOT OOT OOT percent of Blacks percent of Whites poverty line Predicting the Odds premarital sex premarital sexual permissiveness Previously married Never remain single response scaled deviance school Some college sexual intercourse Singh social acceptance Status Never Mar studies suggest Table Thornton tolerant of singleness UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON White males White women Women Black White