Marriage and Divorce: A Social and Economic Study
This book is replete with information about factors affecting the stability of marriage, the decision to marry or to divorce, and differences in marriage and divorce patterns among various socioeconomic classes and races.
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1Development of Statistics on Marriage and Divorce
2Comparative International Trends in Marriage and Divorce
3Trends and Variations in Marriage Rates Divorce Rates
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54 years old adults age at marriage age group average Census of Population Center for Health color common-law marriages court death rates differences divorce rates divorced persons divorced women educational level family income farm Final Report foreign stock head Health Statistics higher household Hugh Carter husband and wife husband-wife families husbands and wives Hypertensive heart disease increase interquartile range labor force larger proportion major occupation group marital status Marriage and Divorce marriage rates married couples married persons married women median age median income National Center Negro no-fault divorce nonwhite women Numbers in thousands older one-half parents percent divorced percent married percent single percent widowed percentages professional quartile race ratio relatively remarriage remarried residence separated single women Source spinsters spouse Subject Reports syphilis tend Total tuberculosis U.S. Bureau U.S. Census United United Kingdom vorced white and nonwhite white persons white women widowed persons young