Variations in the marital attitudes and marital status of Black and White Americans: An intersectional approach

@inproceedings{Coleman2017VariationsIT,
  title={Variations in the marital attitudes and marital status of Black and White Americans: An intersectional approach},
  author={Stacey Ellen Coleman},
  year={2017}
}
VARIATIONS IN THE MARITAL ATTITUDES AND MARITAL STATUS OF BLACK AND WHITE AMERICANS: AN INTERSECTIONAL APPROACH by STACEY ELLEN COLEMAN May 2017 Advisor: Dr. Janet Hankin Major: Sociology Degree: Doctor of Philosophy The purpose of this dissertation was to assess the unique socio-demographic positions of Black and White Americans related to variations in marital attitudes and marital status and differences in sex. The study was guided by two research aims: 1.) to assess whether socio… CONTINUE READING

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