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Meeting, mating and the Web

Claude Fischer, professor of sociology | August 7, 2012

Marriage is ancient and universal. But even in the short history of the United States, who, when, where, how and why we marry has varied significantly. For instance, Americans began marrying across racial lines at noteworthy rates in just the last couple of generations. Also, the typical age at which Americans  marry has fluctuated up … Continue reading »