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Similarity in DifferenceMarriage in Europe and Asia, 1700-1900$
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Christer Lundh and Satomi Kurosu

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780262027946

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262027946.001.0001

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Remarriage, Gender, and Rural Households

Remarriage, Gender, and Rural Households

A Comparative Analysis of Widows and Widowers in Europe and Asia

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(p.169) 6 Remarriage, Gender, and Rural Households
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Similarity in Difference
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Satomi Kurosu

Christer Lundh

Marco Breschi

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The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262027946.003.0006

This chapter compares the patterns of and factors associated withremarriageamongsix communities of Eurasia project. Remarriage took place in all of our study populations but its intensity and prevalence varied greatly, more so than first marriage, by socio-cultural and legal conditions. Beyond the difference in the level and timing of remarriage, however, we found in all communities that age and gender asymmetries were embedded in the intricate socio-cultural context, and that the remarriage risk of widows and widowers was highly dependent on their necessities and the availability of support shaped by their socioeconomic statusand the composition and gender of co-residing children.

Keywords:   remarriage, event history analysis, household, coresiding children, socioeconomic status

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