Attitudes Toward “Open Marriage” Among College Students as Influenced by Place of Residence

@article{Hollander1974AttitudesT,
  title={Attitudes Toward “Open Marriage” Among College Students as Influenced by Place of Residence},
  author={Elaine K. Hollander and H. Vollmer},
  journal={Youth & Society},
  year={1974},
  volume={6},
  pages={21 - 3}
}
A change in the character of marriage in the United States from an “institutional” (traditional) form to a “companionship” form (described by Burgess and Locke, 1945) has now been superseded by the possibility of change in a new direction-from “companionship,” with traditional sex role differentiation, to “open marriage,” a new kind of companionship without traditional sex role differentiation or the implication of possessiveness between the partners. This new transition has been described by… Expand
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