Last Modified: 2016-03-08
2. living together
3. raising children alone
2. preparing for a job.
3. spending more time in other activities
2003: women 25
2. voluntary stable singles
3. involuntary temporary singles
4. involuntary stable singles
-our values emphasize individualism
-Americans are living longer and healthier lives so they can live independently
-people are postponing marriage or deciding not to marry
-employment options for women
-increased divorce and decreased likelihood of remarriage
-more women are in college
-more liberal social and sexual standards
-uneven ratios of unmarried women to men
-women who are single and in their mid-twenties might be viewed as having baggage
-Families may view singles as selfish, as failures or whores
-women who are economically secure view a husband as a matter of choice rather than a financial necessity
-singles are selfish and self-centered
-singles are well off financially
-singles are happier
-there is something wrong with unmarried people
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