couple relationships; cross-national comparisions; family sociology; marriage; cohabitation; relationship types; LAT (Living Apart Together)
Sweeney Megan, Castro-Martin Teresa, Mills Melinda (2015), The reproductive context of cohabitation in comparative perspective: Contraceptive use in the United States, Spain, and France, in Demographic Research
, 32, 147-182.
Liefbroer Aart C., Poortman Anne-Rigt, Seltzer Judith (2015), Why do intimate partners live apart? Evidence on LAT relationships across Europe, in Demographic Research
, 32, 251-286.
Treas Judith, Lui Jonathan, Gubernskaya Zoya (2014), Attitudes on marriage and new relationships: Cross-national evidence on the deinstitutionalization of marriage, in Demographic Research
, 30, 1495-1526.
Yahirun Jenjira, Hamplova Dana (2014), Children’s union status and contact with mothers: A cross-national study, in Demographic Research
, 30, 1413-1444.
Van der Lippe Tanja, Voorpostel Marieke, Hewitt Belinda (2014), Disagreements among cohabiting and married couples in 22 European countries, in Demographic Research
, 31, 247-274.
Bianchi Suzanne, Lesnard Laurent, Nazio Tiziana, Raley Sara (2014), Gender and time allocation of cohabiting and married women and men in France, Italy, and the United States, in Demographic Research
, 31, 183-216.
Hiekel Nicole, Liefbroer Aart C., Poortman Anne-Rigt (2014), Income pooling strategies among cohabiting and married couples: A comparative perspective, in Demographic Research
, 30, 1527-1560.