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ENTRY TO LONE PARENTHOOD: AN ANALYSIS OF MARITAL DISSOLUTION IN GREAT BRITAIN

JOHN F. ERMISCH and ROBERT E. WRIGHT
Genus
Vol. 50, No. 3/4 (LUGLIO-DICEMBRE 1994), pp. 75-95
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29789164
Page Count: 21
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Abstract

In Gran Bretagna il numero delle famiglie mono-parentali è più che raddoppiato durante gli ultimi venti anni, da 570.000 nel 1971 a 1,4 milioni nel 1992. La principale ragione di questo aumento è lo scioglimento dei matrimoni. Questo articolo prende in considerazione le determinanti socio-economiche del divorzio delle donne con figli a carico utilizzando le biografie rilevate nell'Inchiesta su donne e lavoro del 1980. In Great Britain, the number of lone parent families has more than doubled in the last two decades, from 570,000 in 1971 to 1.4 million in 1992. The primary reason for this large increase is marital dissolution. This paper examines the socioeconomic determinants of marital dissolution among women with dependent children using event history data collected in the 1980 Women and Employment Survey. En Grande-Bretagne le nombre de familles mono-parentales a plus augmenté durant les deux décennies passées: de 570.000 en 1971 à 1,4 million en 1992. l'Interruption des mariages est la raison primaire de cette augmentation. A l'aide de l'approche longitudinale biographique, cet article examine les éléments déterminants socio-économiques du divorce parmi les femmes ayant leurs enfants à charge et qui figurent dans L'enquête sur les femmes et l'emploi de 1980.

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