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Regional Differences in Divorce Rates

Regional Differences in Divorce Rates Abstract Social correlates of regional divorce rates were explored for seven nations, and little consistency was found. The most consistent social correlates of regional divorce rates were unemployment and, to a lesser extent, population size, homicide rates, percentage of elderly, birth rates, death rates and crime rates. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal Of Divorce & Remarriage Taylor & Francis

Regional Differences in Divorce Rates

Journal Of Divorce & Remarriage , Volume 30 (3-4): 4 – Jun 8, 1999

Regional Differences in Divorce Rates

Journal Of Divorce & Remarriage , Volume 30 (3-4): 4 – Jun 8, 1999

Abstract

Abstract Social correlates of regional divorce rates were explored for seven nations, and little consistency was found. The most consistent social correlates of regional divorce rates were unemployment and, to a lesser extent, population size, homicide rates, percentage of elderly, birth rates, death rates and crime rates.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1540-4811
eISSN
1050-2556
DOI
10.1300/J087v30n03_08
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Abstract

Abstract Social correlates of regional divorce rates were explored for seven nations, and little consistency was found. The most consistent social correlates of regional divorce rates were unemployment and, to a lesser extent, population size, homicide rates, percentage of elderly, birth rates, death rates and crime rates.

Journal

Journal Of Divorce & RemarriageTaylor & Francis

Published: Jun 8, 1999

Keywords: Divorce rate; international

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