Non-first marriage continuing families and their experiences

IANABA Akihide
(Tokyo Metropolitan University)
A Quantitative Picture of Contemporary Japanese Families: Tradition and Modernity in the 21st Century (Tohoku University Press) (2013-03-28)
Title: Non-first marriage continuing families and their experiences
Author: INABA Akihide (稲葉 昭英)
Page: 351–375
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Chapter 14. Non-first marriage continuing families and their experiences

1. First marriage continuing family

2. Non-“first marriage continuing” family

3. Trends in the increase of non-first marriage continu-

4. Non-first marriage continuing family and social stratification

5. Who belongs to non-first marriage continuing families?

6. Discussion





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The data for this secondary analysis, National Family Research of Japan 2003 {NFRJ03} and 2008 {NFRJ08} by the NFRJ Committee, Japan Society of Family Sociology, was provided by the Social Science Japan Data Archive, Center for Social Research and Data Archives, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.

An earlier version of this chapter was presented at Hagi Seminar of the Tohoku University Global COE program (2010.10.17 Sendai).


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