Cohabitation Essay by The Research Group

This paper examines cohabitation from a sociological perspective: Definition, religion, gender, racial & ethnic issues, marriage, decision to cohabit and frequency.
# 21929 | 2,250 words | 27 sources | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 11, 2003 in Religion and Theology (General) , Sociology (General)

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"This research examines the phenomenon of cohabitation from a sociological perspective. Cohabitation is defined, and the relationships between cohabitation and a variety of social and demographic factors are reviewed.

Defining Cohabitation
Cohabitation is defined as the practice of unmarried heterosexual couples living together in a common residence. Cohabitation is, among other things, a public acknowledgment of the existence of an intimate sexual relationship between the members of an unmarried heterosexual couple. While cohabitation is not the only type of intimate nonmarital relationship, ... "

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