The stability of co-residential partnerships after first birth

29 Mar 2023

A new article by Marcela Trávníčková and Martin Kreidl in the Czech Sociological Review focuses on the stability of co-residential partnerships after the birth of the first child.
Using Czech retrospective data from the GGS survey, the study analyzes couples' break-ups after first birth. It also studies whether unmarried and married couples differ in their stability, and whether the stability depends on the order of the events (wedding, birth of a child). The authors found that unmarried couples are less stable than married couples. Find the whole paper here (in Czech language):

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Trávníčková, M., M. Kreidl. 2023. "Stabilita koresidenčních partnerství po narození prvního dítěte: zesílil po roce 1989 „ochranný efekt manželství“? [The Stability of Co-residential Partnerships after First Birth: Did the ‘Protective Effect of Marriage’ Increase after 1989?]" Sociologický časopis 59(1): 3-30.


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