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Value Change in Global Perspective.
In this pioneering work, Paul R. Abramson and Ronald Inglehart show that the gradual shiftfrom Materialist values (such as the desire for economic and physical security) to Post-materialist valuesExpand
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State and the Family: A Comparative Analysis of Family Policies in Industrialized Countries.
In a number of industrialized countries, on the assumption that fertility remains at or close to present levels, populations will start to decline, in some cases quite rapidly in the near to mediumExpand
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The marriages and divorces of the children of divorce.
The effect of parental divorce on the divorce-proneness of offspring was estimated separately for white males white females black males and black females through analysis of pooled data from elevenExpand
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Is the apparent U-shape of well-being over the life course a result of inappropriate use of control variables? A commentary on Blanchflower and Oswald (66: 8, 2008, 1733-1749).
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Social science & medicine
  • 1 August 2009
In their article in this journal "Is well-being U-shaped over the life cycle?" Blanchflower and Oswald (Blanchflower, D.G., & Oswald, A.J. (2008). Is well-being U-shaped over the life cycle? SocialExpand
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Parental Divorce and Religious Involvement among Young Adults
Surprisingly few studies have explored the implications of parental divorce for the religious involvement of offspring, especially in young adulthood. Our study addresses several theoreticalExpand
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The Contribution of Marriage to the Psychological Well-Being of Males and Females.
reported here, is greater for females than for males. Data .from two of the surveys show similar levels of reported marital happiness for husbands and wives, and they show a stronger relationship ofExpand
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The effects of offspring on the psychological well-being of older adults.
Data from six U.S. national surveys, conducted from 1973 through 1978, are used to estimate the effects of having had offspring on the global happiness and five dimensions of satisfaction of personsExpand
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