Is Remarriage Good for Mothers and Their Children?

Pasley, Kay
September 2001
SAA Families;Fall2001, Vol. 20 Issue 3, pP1
Focuses on the behavior of mothers and relationship between mother and child during remarriage. Study of single women preferring to marry or co-habit; Reduction in the supervision of children compared with mothers remaining single; Improvement in the mother child relationship for remarried women.


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