Subject: divorce, education, educational attainment, further education, hazard regression, marital dissolution, Norway, parental education, registry data, social background
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According to both economic and sociological theory, a couple's divorce rate may be influenced by their own educational attainment, that of their parents, and whether they have taken further education after marriage, although predictions are ambiguous. However, these thr... View more
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