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
3VTrends and Variations in Marriage Rates Divorce Rates
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