Volume 33 - Article 42 | Pages 1165–1210

Mother’s educational level and single motherhood: Comparing Spain and Italy

By Anna Garriga, Sebastià Sarasa, Paolo Berta

Print this page  

 

References

Becerril, D. (2008). La percepción social del divorcio en España. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas 123(1): 187–208.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Bernardi, F. and Martinez-Pastor, J.I. (2011). Female education and marriage dissolution: Is it a selection effect? European Sociological Review 27(6): 693–707.

Weblink doi:10.1093/esr/jcq031
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Bjarnason, T. and A.M., Arnarsson (2011). Joint physical custody and communication with parents: A cross-national study of children in 36 western countries. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 642(6): 871–890.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Blossfeld, H.P., de Rose, A., Hoem, J., and Rohwer, G. (1995). Education, modernization, and the risk of marriage disruption in Sweden, West Germany, and Italy. In: Oppenheim, K. and Jensen, A.-M. (eds.). Gender and Family Change in Industrialized Societies. Oxford: Clarendon Press: 200–222.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Breen, R. and Jonsson, J.O. (2005). Inequality of opportunity in comparative perspective: Recent research on educational attainment and social mobility. Annual Review of Sociology 31(223–243).

Weblink doi:10.1146/annurev.soc. 31.041304.122232
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Chan, T.C. and Halpin, B. (2008). The instability of divorce risk factors in the UK [Unpublished manuscript]. Oxford: University of Oxford.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Chzhen, Y. and Bradshaw, J. (2012). Lone parents, poverty and policy in the European Union. Journal of European Social Policy 22(5): 487–506.

Weblink doi:10.1177/0958928712456578
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Creighton, M., Esping-Andersen, G., Rutigliano., R., and Van Damme, V. (2013). ¿Influye la inestabilidad de la pareja en la fecundidad? In: Esping-Andersen, G. (ed.). El déficit de natalidad en Europa. La singularidad del caso Español. Barcelona: Obra Social La Caixa: 112–133.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

De Graaf, P.M. and Kalmijn, M. (2003). Alternatives routes in the remarriage market: Competing-risk analyses of union formation after divorce. Social Forces 81(4): 1459–1498.

Weblink doi:10.1353/sof.2003.0052
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Domingo, A. and Parnau, M. (2006). Familia y estructura del hogar de la población de nacionalidad extranjera, 2001. Barcelona: Centre d' Estudis Demogràfics.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Dominguez-Folgueras, M. (2013). Is cohabitation more egalitarian? The division of household labor in five European countries. Journal of Family Issues 34(12): 1623–1646.

Weblink doi:10.1177/0192513X12464948
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Dominguez-Folgueras, M. and Castro-Martin, T. (2013). Cohabitation in Spain: No longer a marginal path to family formation. Journal of Marriage and Family 75(2): 422–437.

Weblink doi:10.1111/jomf.12013
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Dronkers, J. and Härkönen, J. (2008). The intergenerational transmission of divorce in cross-national perspective: Results from the Fertility and Family Surveys. Population Studies 62(3): 273–288.

Weblink doi:10.1080/00324720802320475
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Esping-Andersen, G. (1999). Social Foundations of Postindustrial Economies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weblink doi:10.1093/0198742002.001.0001
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Esteve, A., García-Román, J., and Lesthaeghe, R. (2012). The family context of cohabitation and single motherhood in Latin America. Population and Development Review 38(4): 707–727.

Weblink doi:10.1111/j.1728-4457.2012.00533.x
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Farré, L. and Vella, F. (2013). The intergenerational transmission of gender role attitudes and its implications for female labour force participation. Economica 80(318): 219–247.

Weblink doi:10.1111/ecca.12008
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Flaquer, L. (1998). Família i noves formes de convivència. In: Giner, S. (ed.). La societat catalana. Barcelona: Institut d’Estadística de Catalunya: 401–415.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Flaquer, L., Almeda, E., and Navarro-Varas, L. (2006). Monoparentalidad e infancia (Colección Estudios Sociales, 20). Barcelona: Obra Social La Caixa.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Flaquer, L. and Garriga, A. (2009). Marital disruption in Spain: Class selectivity and deterioration of economic conditions. In: Andreß, H.J. and Hummelsheim, D (eds.). When Marriage Ends: Economic and Social Consequences of Partnership Dissolution. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 246–286.

Weblink doi:10.4337/9781848447202.00015
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Gabrielli, G. and Vignoli, D. (2013). The breaking-down of marriage in Italy: Trends and trendsetters. Population Review 52(1): 87–109.

Weblink doi:10.1353/prv.2013.0005
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Garriga, A. (2010). Consequences of Parental Divorce and Family Structure on Children’s Outcomes in European Societies: Individual, Cohort and Country Explanations. [PhD dissertation]. Barcelona: University Pompeu Fabra.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Goode, W.J. (1951). Economic factors and marital stability. American Sociological Review 16(6): 802–812.

Weblink doi:10.2307/2087507
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Goode, W.J. (1993). World Changes in Divorce Patterns. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Greene, W.H. (2012). Econometric Analysis (7th ed.). NJ, Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Härkönen, J. (2014). Diverging Destinies in International Perspective: Education, Family Structure, and Child Poverty in Europe and North America. [unpublished manuscript]. Stockholm: Stockholm University (working paper).

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Härkönen, J. and Dronkers, J. (2006). Stability and change in the educational gradient of divorce. A comparison of seventeen countries. European Sociological Review 22(5): 501–517.

Weblink doi:10.1093/esr/jcl011
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Iacovou, M. and Skew, A. (2010). Household structure in the EU. Essex: Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Essex, (ISER working paper series, No. 2010-10).

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Iacovou, M., Kaminska, O., and Levy, H. (2012). Using EU-SILC data for cross-national analysis: Strengths, problems and recommendations. Essex: Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Essex, (ISER working paper series, No. 2012-03).

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Istituto Nazionale di Stadistica, ISTAT (2010a). La vita quotidiana nel 2009. Indagine multiscopo annuale sulle famiglie "Aspetti della vita quotidiana" Anno 2009. Informazione -n. 5. Rome: Istituto nazionale di statistica.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Istituto Nazionale di Stadistica, ISTAT (2010b). La misurazione delle tipologie familiari nelle indagini di popolazione. Metodi e Normen. 46. Rome: Istituto nazionale di statistica.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Istituto Nazionale di Stadistica, ISTAT (2013). Gli stranieri al 15 censimento della popolazione. Rome: Istituto nazionale di statistica.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Jalovaara, M. (2001). Socio-economic status and divorce in first marriages in Finland 1991–93. Population Studies 55(2): 119–133.

Weblink doi:10.1080/00324720127685
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Kearney, M.S. and Levine, P.B. (2012). Why is the teen birth rate in the United States so high and why does it matter? Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, (NBER working paper 17965).

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Kennedy, S. and Thomson, E. (2010). Children’s experiences of family disruption in Sweden: Differentials by parent education over three decades. Demographic Research 23(17): 479–508.

Weblink doi:10.4054/DemRes.2010.23.17
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Kiernan, K. (2004). Cohabitation and divorce across nations and generations. In: Chase-Lansdale, P.L., Kiernan, K.E., and Friedman, R.J. (eds.). Human Development across Lives and Generations: The Potential for Change. New York: Cambridge University Press: 139–170.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Lesthaeghe, R. (1995). The second demographic transition in western countries: An interpretation. In: Mason, K.O. and Jensen, A.M. (eds.). Gender and Family Change in Industrialized Countries. Oxford: Clarendon Press: 17–62.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

López-Menchero, J.M. (2003). El descenso de la fecundidad y sus implicaciones territoriales en España: 1975–2000. In: Escolano-Utrilla, S. and de la Riva-Fernández, J. (eds.). Despoblación y ordenación del territorio. Institución Fernando el Católico: 27–76.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Lyngstad, T.H. (2006). Why do couples with highly educated parents have higher divorce rates? European Sociological Review 22(1): 49–60.

Weblink doi:10.1093/esr/jci041
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Matysiak, A., Styrc, M., and Vignoli, D. (2014). The educational gradient in marital disruption: A meta-analysis of European research findings. Population Studies 68(2): 197–215.

Weblink doi:10.1080/00324728.2013.856459
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

McLanahan, S. (2004). Diverging destinies: How children are faring under the second demographic transition. Demography 41(4): 607–627.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

McLanahan, S. and Percheski, C. (2008). Family structure and the reproduction of inequalities. Annual Review of Sociology 34(1): 257–276.

Weblink doi:10.1146/annurev.soc.34.040507.134549
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Meggiolaro, S. and Ongaro, F. (2008). Repartnering after marital dissolution: Does context play a role? Demographic Research 19(57): 1913–1934.

Weblink doi:doi:10.4054/DemRes.2008.19.57
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Moen, P., Erickson, M.A., and Dempster-McClain, D. (1997). Their mother's daughters? The intergenerational transmission of gender attitudes in a world of changing roles. Journal of Marriage and the Family 59(2): 281–293.

Weblink doi:10.2307/353470
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Moreno, L. and Marí-Klose, P. (2013). Youth, family change and welfare arrangements: Is the South still so different? European Societies 15(4): 493–513.

Weblink doi:10.1080/14616696.2013.836400
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Muñoz de Bustillo, R. and J.A., Antón (2010). De la España que emigra a la España que acoge: contexto, dimensión y características de la inmigración latinoamericana en España. America Latina Hoy 55: 15–39.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Musick, K. and Mare, R.D. (2006). Recent trends in the inheritance of poverty and family structure. Social Science Research 35(2): 471–499.

Weblink doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2004.11.006
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

OECD (2014). OECD Family Database, Paris.

Weblink www.oecd.org/social/family/database.htm
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Oppenheimer, V.K. (1988). A theory of marriage timing. The American Journal of Sociology 94(3): 563–591.

Weblink doi:10.1086/229030
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Oppenheimer, V.K. (1994). Women’s rising employment and the future of the family in industrial societies. Population and Development Review 20(2): 293–342.

Weblink doi:10.2307/2137521
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Pailhé, A., Mortelmans, D., Castro, T., Cortina-Trilla, C., Digoix, M., Festy, P., Krapf, S., Kreyenfeld, M., Lyssens-Danneboom, V., Martín-García, T., Rault, W., Thévenon, O., and Laurent Toulemo, L. (2014). Changes in the Life Course. A state of the art report. Families and Societies Working Paper Series #6.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Part, K., Moreau, C., Donati, S., Gissler, M., Fronteira, I., and Karro, H. (2013). Teenage pregnancies in the European Union in the context of legislation and youth sexual and reproductive health services. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand 92(12): 1395–1406.

Weblink doi:10.1111/aogs.12253
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Reher, D.S. (1998). Family ties in Western Europe: Persistent contrasts. Population and Development Review 24(2): 203–234.

Weblink doi:10.2307/2807972
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Schröder, C. (2006). Cohabitation in Italy: Do parents matter? GENUS LXII(3–4): 53–85.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Sigle-Rushton, W. and and McLanahan, S. (2004). Father absence and child well-being: A critical review. In: Moynihan, D.P., Smeeding, T.M., and Rainwater, L. (eds.). The Future of the Family. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation: 116–159.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Smock, P.J., Manning, W.D., and Gupta, S. (1999). The effect of marriage and divorce on women’s economic well-being. American Sociological Review 64(6): 794–812.

Weblink doi:10.2307/2657403
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Snyder, A.R., Brown, S.L., and Condo, E.P. (2004). Residential differences in family formation: The significance of cohabitation. Rural Sociology 69(2): 235–260.

Weblink doi:10.1526/003601104323087598
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Treviño, R. (2006). Estructura y dinámica de la monoparentalidad en España. [PhD thesis]. Barcelona: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Treviño, R. and Gumà, J. (2013). De la monoparentalidad a la reconstitución familiar: un análisis a partir de fuentes transversales. Revista de Sociología 98(2): 287–309.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Williams, R. (2012). Using the margins command to estimate and interpret adjusted predictions and marginal effects. Stata Journal 12(2): 308–331.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX