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Cohabitation trends and patterns in the UK

Cohabitation trends and patterns in the UK
Cohabitation trends and patterns in the UK
This short report documents the increase in cohabitation and in cohabiting couple families in the UK. It then uses data from the Understanding Society Survey to compare characteristics of married and cohabiting couples with dependent children in the UK
ESRC Centre for Population Change
Berrington, Ann
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Stone, J.
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Berrington, Ann
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Berrington, Ann and Stone, J. (2015) Cohabitation trends and patterns in the UK (ESRC Centre for Population Change Report) Southampton, GB. ESRC Centre for Population Change 4pp.

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Abstract

This short report documents the increase in cohabitation and in cohabiting couple families in the UK. It then uses data from the Understanding Society Survey to compare characteristics of married and cohabiting couples with dependent children in the UK

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Published date: 5 February 2015
Organisations: Social Statistics & Demography, Centre for Population Change

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Local EPrints ID: 374132
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/374132
PURE UUID: ea9a5ebd-4a35-4491-9a0a-417bd44f99db

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Date deposited: 06 Feb 2015 11:25
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 21:29

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Author: Ann Berrington
Author: J. Stone

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