Stein 1981 single

Somers Introduction 19 Early Work Patterns of Single and Married Women Natalie J. Class Differences in Marital Options of Educated Black Women Elizabeth Higginbotham 21 Employment Discrimination Against Gay Men Martin P.

Levine Introduction 22 Single Parents: Personal Struggles and Social Issues Judith Bograd Gordon 23 Divorced Mothers: The Costs and Benefits of Female Family Control Janet A. Brown, and Roslyn Feldberg 24 Childcare Responisbilities of Part-Time and Single Fathers Kristine M. Keshet Introduction 25 Singles and Aging: Implications for Needed Research Rita Braito and Donna Anderson 26 Elderly Homosexual Women and Men Fred A. Adelman 27 The Never-Married in Later Life Russell A. Besides the fact that it's a meaningless label, except in reference to another group (the marrieds), it's a label that is attached to some very different types of people. Or should single include only those who have never married?

Stein 1981 single

This article, based on the results of those interviews and a series of focus group discussions, examines how single women negotiate and respond to their necessary environmental decisions about housing, transportation, and leisure activities in an environment not likely to be conducive to their ways of life. For the preparation of this article, Suzanne Kurth offered her patience and invaluable criticisms to countless drafts, and Sherry Cable gave an early draft a thorough and helpful reading. Parenting: Introduction ; Single parents : personal struggles and social issues / Judith Bograd Gordon ; Divorced mothers : the costs and benefits of female family control / Janet A. Brown, and Roslyn Feldberg ; Childcare responsibilities of part-time and single fathers / Kristine M. Aging: Introduction ; Singles and aging : implications for needed research / Rita Braito and Donna Anderson ; Elderly homosexual women and men / Fred A. Adelman ; The never-married in later life / Russell A. Hess ; Singles bars as examples of urban courting patterns / Natalie Allon and Diane Fishel ; Sexuality in the middle years / Martha Cleveland ; Forbidden colors of love : patterns of gay love / John Alan Lee ; What it means to love another woman / J. Weiss ; Marital status, life-strains, and depression / Leonard I. Johnson ; Marital status, health, and the use of health services : an old relationship revisited / Anne R. Parenting: Introduction ; Single parents : personal struggles and social issues / Judith Bograd Gordon ; Divorced mothers : the costs and benefits of female family control / Janet A. Brown, and Roslyn Feldberg ; Childcare responsibilities of part-time and single fathers / Kristine M. Hess ; Singles bars as examples of urban courting patterns / Natalie Allon and Diane Fishel ; Sexuality in the middle years / Martha Cleveland ; Forbidden colors of love : patterns of gay love / John Alan Lee ; What it means to love another woman / J. Weiss ; Marital status, life-strains, and depression / Leonard I. Johnson ; Marital status, health, and the use of health services : an old relationship revisited / Anne R.

Stein 1981 single

Should the term single include those persons living together but not married?What are the differences between the divorced, the separated, and the widowed; between those who choose to be single and those who don't; between those who are of college age and those who are older? Yet all these people, with their different experiences, needs, and life styles are lumped into the one vast, homogeneous group that ist collectively called single.Because of the way it is currently being used, single is an inaccurate and misleading term. Stein 1981 single-38Stein 1981 single-58 So, for the purposes of this book, our working definition of single will be: those men and women who are not currently married or involved in an exclusive heterosexual or homosexual relationship.I also wish to thank two anonymous reviewers, whose comments guided this piece into this form.

Parts of this paper were presented at the Southern Sociological Meetings in New Orleans, April 1992, and at the Second Annual Continental Conference on Social Ecology, Townsend, Tennessee, May 1992.

Introduction 1 Understanding Single Adulthood Peter J.

Stein 2 Where Are the Men for the Women at the Top Christine Doudna with Fern Mc Bride 3 Late-Marrying Bachelors Jon Darling 4 Black Singles in America Robert Stables Introduction 5 Marital Instability in America: Past, Present, and Future Arthur J. Glick 6 The Emotional Impact of Marital Separation Robert S.

Stein ; Where are the men for the women at the top?

The never-marrieds: Introduction ; Understanding single adulthood / Peter J. Work: Introduction ; Early work patterns of single and married women / Natalie J. : class differences in marital options of educated Black women / Elizabeth Higgenbotham ; Employment discrimination against gay men / Martin P.

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