POPULATION SOCIETIES & Cohabitation , marriage and separation : contrasts in Europe

@inproceedings{Prioux2006POPULATIONS,
  title={POPULATION SOCIETIES & Cohabitation , marriage and separation : contrasts in Europe},
  author={France Prioux},
  year={2006}
}
Editorial – Cohabitation, marriage and separation: contrasts in Europe • Premarital cohabitation: more common in the north than in the south p. 2 • Cohabitation leads less often to marriage p. 2 • Fewer men and women are marryingp. 2 • Unions are more short-lived p. 3 • Several unions in a lifetime: a general trend? p. 4 • Box: Study population p. 4 C O N TE N TS are not marrying at all. Unions also tend to be shorterlived, as separation and divorce become more common. This new conjugal… CONTINUE READING

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