Cohabitation, Marriage and Child Well-being: A Cross-National Analysis, 2006-2008

Project Overview

Through a comparative analysis of data and research across several nations, this project documented trends in cohabitation, its consequences, responses of different nations (e.g., national laws and public policies), and measures of child well-being. The research involved comparison of the United States with nations in which the practice of cohabitation has been established for a longer period and is more common.

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