Christine Schwartz
Christine Schwartz
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Trends in educational assortative marriage from 1940 to 2003
CR Schwartz, RD Mare
Demography 42 (4), 621-646, 2005
10292005
Trends and variation in assortative mating: Causes and consequences
CR Schwartz
Annual Review of Sociology 39, 451-470, 2013
3402013
Earnings inequality and the changing association between spouses’ earnings
CR Schwartz
American journal of sociology 115 (5), 1524-1557, 2010
2882010
The reversal of the gender gap in education and trends in marital dissolution
CR Schwartz, H Han
American sociological review 79 (4), 605-629, 2014
1572014
Sexual frequency decline from midlife to later life
A Karraker, J DeLamater, CR Schwartz
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2011
1392011
Pathways to educational homogamy in marital and cohabiting unions
CR Schwartz
Demography 47 (3), 735-753, 2010
962010
Assortative matching among same-sex and different-sex couples in the United States, 1990–2000
CR Schwartz, NL Graf
Demographic research 21, 843, 2009
952009
The end of hypergamy: Global trends and implications
A Esteve, CR Schwartz, J Van Bavel, I Permanyer, M Klesment, J Garcia
Population and development review 42 (4), 615, 2016
792016
Neighborhood norms and substance use among teens
K Musick, JA Seltzer, CR Schwartz
Social science research 37 (1), 138-155, 2008
772008
The proximate determinants of educational homogamy: The effects of first marriage, marital dissolution, remarriage, and educational upgrading
CR Schwartz, RD Mare
Demography 49 (2), 629-650, 2012
73*2012
Educational assortative mating and the family background of the next generation
RD Mare, CR Schwartz
Sociological Theory and Methods 21 (2), 253-278, 2006
482006
The reversal of the gender gap in education and its consequences for family life
J Van Bavel, CR Schwartz, A Esteve
Annual Review of Sociology 44, 341-360, 2018
412018
Trends in relative earnings and marital dissolution: Are wives who outearn their husbands still more likely to divorce?
CR Schwartz, P Gonalons-Pons
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2 (4), 218-236, 2016
382016
Trends in economic homogamy: changes in assortative mating or the division of labor in marriage?
P Gonalons-Pons, CR Schwartz
Demography 54 (3), 985-1005, 2017
292017
Marrying Up by Marrying Down: Status Exchange between Social Origin and Education in the United States
CR Schwartz, Z Zeng, Y Xie
Sociological science 3, 1003-1027, 2016
222016
The uneven pace of change in heterosexual romantic relationships: Comment on England
NL Graf, CR Schwartz
Gender & Society 25 (1), 101-107, 2011
202011
The demography of families: A review of patterns and change
PJ Smock, CR Schwartz
Journal of Marriage and Family 82 (1), 9-34, 2020
162020
Hukou intermarriage and social exclusion in China
Y Wang, CR Schwartz
Research in social stratification and mobility 56, 28-39, 2018
9*2018
Income inequality and educational assortative mating: Accounting for trends from 1940 to 2003
RD Mare, C Schwartz
International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Durban …, 2006
82006
Can Differences in Partner Availability Explain Differences in Interracial/Ethnic Matching Between Same-and Different-Sex Couples?
CR Schwartz, NL Graf
Center for Demography and Ecology Working Paper 7, 2010
62010
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