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Marriage Rates, Educational Attainment & Childbearing

Marriage Rates, Educational Attainment & Childbearing

The Rising Age at Marriage Marrying at young ages during the 1950s and 1960s was the exception, not the norm.  [follow this link to find a video and analysis, which examines the way the institution of marriage has changed over time: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/stephanie-coontz-on-marriage.html]

The Rising Age at Marriage Marrying at young ages during the 1950s and 1960s was the exception, not the norm. [follow this link to find a video and analysis, which examines the way the institution of marriage has changed over time: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/stephanie-coontz-on-marriage.html]

Divorce and Educational Attainment

Divorce and Educational Attainment

Rising Share of Never-Married Adults, Growing Race Gap  % of adults ages 25 and older who have never been married  Follow this link to find a video and analysis, which examines the way the institution of marriage has changed over time: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/stephanie-coontz-on-marriage.html  Source: Pew Research Center

Rising Share of Never-Married Adults, Growing Race Gap % of adults ages 25 and older who have never been married Follow this link to find a video and analysis, which examines the way the institution of marriage has changed over time: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/stephanie-coontz-on-marriage.html Source: Pew Research Center

Marrying Older, But Sooner In 1890, men waited over half of their lifespan before marrying. Today they wait only over a third.  [follow this link to find a video and analysis, which examines the way the institution of marriage has changed over time: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/stephanie-coontz-on-marriage.html]

Marrying Older, But Sooner In 1890, men waited over half of their lifespan before marrying. Today they wait only over a third. [follow this link to find a video and analysis, which examines the way the institution of marriage has changed over time: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/stephanie-coontz-on-marriage.html]

Births by Age and Relationship Status among Women without a High School Degree.  Of mothers with no high school diploma, 87 percent had at least one baby while unmarried  Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Youth; via Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing. *Data based on annual interviews with 9,000 respondents between 1997 to 2011. Respondents were born between 1981 and 1998.

Births by Age and Relationship Status among Women without a High School Degree. Of mothers with no high school diploma, 87 percent had at least one baby while unmarried Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Youth; via Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing. *Data based on annual interviews with 9,000 respondents between 1997 to 2011. Respondents were born between 1981 and 1998.

"The flowers are lovely, but I'd prefer a revolution." [click on this image to find a short clip and analysis, which contemplate a more expansive notion of what counts as a family]

"The flowers are lovely, but I'd prefer a revolution." [click on this image to find a short clip and analysis, which contemplate a more expansive notion of what counts as a family]

Marriage Rates  [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis of how economic inequality is increasingly linked to changes in family structure: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/08/single-and-unequal.html]

Marriage Rates [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis of how economic inequality is increasingly linked to changes in family structure: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/08/single-and-unequal.html]

Births by Age and Relationship Status among Women who Completed College.  Of mothers with four or more years of college, 32 percent had at least one baby while unmarried.  Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Youth; via Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing. *Data based on annual interviews with 9,000 respondents between 1997 to 2011. Respondents were born between 1981 and 1998.

Births by Age and Relationship Status among Women who Completed College. Of mothers with four or more years of college, 32 percent had at least one baby while unmarried. Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Youth; via Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing. *Data based on annual interviews with 9,000 respondents between 1997 to 2011. Respondents were born between 1981 and 1998.

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