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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Premarital Cohabitation and Subsequent Marital Stability||Authors:||De Vaus, D
|Issue Date:||Jun-2003||Pages:||34-39||Keywords:||marital stabilty
|Abstract:||Is it a good idea for couples who intend to get married to live together first? The findings have been mixed. This article re-examines the links between premarital cohabitation and the stability of the subsequent marriage. The sample was derived from three national random sample surveys: wave one (2001) of the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey, conducted by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research; the Australian Life Course Survey (ALCS), conducted by the Australian Institute of Family Studies in 1996; and wave one of the Negotiating the Life Course Survey (NLCS), conducted by the Australian National University in 1997.||Keywords:||Relationships -- Stability; Relationships -- Cohabitation; Relationships||Research collection:||Journal
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