|AFDC, see Aid to Families with Dependent Children|
|cohabitation among, 41, 44, 258|
|decline in marriage among, 85, 87, 100|
|gender relations among, 44|
|improvisions in family organization by, 43|
|increase in nonmarital childbearing in, 91|
|influence on family pattern of, 46–47|
|marriage among, 44|
|out-of-marriage parenting among, 44, 63|
|subversion of socialhegal convention
|African American child|
|family living arrangements of, 46, 123, see also child; cohabitation,
and child outcomes|
|African American women|
|messages to daughters on biological
|messages to daughters on men, 102–104, 262|
|on marriage, 45|
|on motherhood, 45|
|distribution of, NSAF project, 183f–184|
|effect on cohabitation tendency, 11|
|Aid to Families with Dependent Children
(AFDC), 141, 194, 238, 239|
|Alberta, child support obligation, separating cohabiting couple, 109|
|Assortive mating study, 68|
|Austria, see western Europe|
|Autonomy, 45, 259|
|Belgium, see western Europe|
|Biological parent family, 122–1, 23|
|behavior/emotional outcome for child
|Black, see African American|
|Black matriarchy, 44|
|Black-White marriage rate, difference in, 41–42|
|California, TANF benefit in, 216|
|attitude toward cohabitation in, 110, 111|
|child in cohabiting household in, 58, 61, 67, 111|
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Book title: Just Living Together: Implications of Cohabitation on Families, Children, and Social Policy.
Contributors: Alan Booth - Editor, Ann C. Crouter - Editor.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: 281.
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