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This study uses data from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study to examine associations between mothers’ partnership instability and children’s school readiness, differences between coresidential and dating transitions, and the moderating role of child gender.Mothers’ partnership transitions are negatively associated with children’s verbal ability and positively associated with boys’ behavioral problems at age five.Separation tends to lead ex-partners with lower moving costs and fewer resources to move from the joint home, and tends to lead to a longer lasting decrease in housing quality, particularly for women.
There is a strong tendency for married couples and prospective families to move into home ownership and higher quality homes.Conclusions: Parental housing of good quality keeps specific categories of potential nest-leavers in the parental home, but is also positively associated with the likelihood of young adults starting their housing careers as homeowners.The connections between housing and marriage and between housing and parenthood can be characterized using the concepts of housing space, quality, and safety or security – all three of which married couples and families need more than singles – and flexibility, which couples and families need less., Andrew Cherlin described how Americans’ high marriage rates, high divorce rates, and unstable cohabiting relationships “create a great turbulence in American family life, a family flux, a coming and going of partners on a scale seen nowhere else.” “There are more partners in the personal lives of Americans,” he wrote, “than in the lives of people of any other Western country.” Cherlin concentrated on marriage and live-in unions, but his observation might extend to less formal romantic relationships as well. Drawing from the 2006–2010 National Survey of Family Growth, a large and nationally representative survey, Sassler and colleagues restricted their sample to adults ages 18 to 39 who began a sexual relationship with an opposite-sex partner in the 12 months leading up to the survey.
Background: In this reflection I discuss my conceptual ideas and the latest empirical findings regarding the connections between leaving the parental home, marriage, parenthood, and separation on the one hand, and housing on the other.
I also discuss the limitations of the research and directions for future research.