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Social Class Heterogamy and Marital Success: A Study of the Empirical Adequacy of a Textbook Generalization
Norval D. Glenn, Sue Keir Hoppe and David Weiner
Vol. 21, No. 4 (Apr., 1974), pp. 539-550
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/799991
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"Functional" marriage textbooks usually state that differences between spouses in class background are, regardless of adult status, influences for marital maladjustment and instability; but a search of the literature revealed no empirical support for this generalization. Data from a sample of males in a high-status occupation reveal no marital instability which can be attributed to an interaction between the class backgrounds of the spouses.
Social Problems © 1974 Oxford University Press