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Content Acknowledgments Part I: Forming and Maintaining Relationships Chapter One: Introduction: The Social Significance of Relationships John Ermisch & Malcolm Brynin Chapter Two: Living Apart Together John Ermisch & Thomas Siedler Chapter Three: Gender Differences in Close Friendship Networks over the Life Cycle Mich?le Belot Chapter Four: Leaving Home Maria Iacovou & Lavinia Parisi Chapter Five: The Social Significance of Homogamy Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longh & ?lvaro Mart?nez P?rez Chapter Six: How Close are Couples? Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longh & ?lvaro Mart?nez P?rez Part II: Relationships and Social Welfare Chapter Seven: Young Child-Parent Relationships John Ermisch Chapter Eight: Adult Child-Parent Relationships John Ermisch Chapter Nine: Gender and Time Use over the Life Course Man Yee Kan & Jonathan Gershuny Chapter Ten: Residential Mobility, Mobility Preferences and Psychological Health Priscila Ferreira & Mark Taylor Chapter Eleven: Early Labour Market Experience and the Timing of Family Formation Emilia Del Bono Chapter Twelve: Unemployment and Partnership Dissolution Morten Blekesaune Chapter Thirteen: Marital Splits and Income Changes over the Longer Term Stephen Jenkins Contributors Index Acknowledgements The support of the Economic and Social Research Council which has made this research possible is gratefully acknowledged. To the memory of Alasdair Crockett, whose research at ISER would have made an important contribution to this book.
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