marital status


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marital status,

n the legal standing of a person in regard to his or her marriage state.
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Interestingly, taking online courses is not significantly associated with work status (part versus full-time), sex, marital status, number of children, and current GPA.
The present study examined six variables including age, marital status, ethnicity, birth order, academic classification, and prior history of counseling, to determine if any would be significantly associated with assertiveness levels among Hispanic college women.
Using the 1994 General Social survey, this paper examines the degree to which marital status of females and males is reflected in measures (6 items) of life satisfaction and general well-being and confidence in dominant institutions (13 items) in two age cohorts: 20-39 and 40-59 year olds.
Although indebted to this early historiography, Elizabeth Heineman seeks to both expand and refine the focus on "women standing alone" to showcase marital status as a social category of analysis that defined and delimited the extent to which women benefited from and contributed to the Nazi and postwar states.
Especially considered together, these two books indicate how various factors, such as marital status, class and rank, and region, conjoined with gender to shape women's legal prospects, especially regarding property.
In a study of 2,000 pairs of identical twins, two psychologists at the University of Minnesota have theorized that a "happiness set point" is determined genetically and randomly, without relation to education, income, professional achievement, or marital status.
race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, handicap, marital status, sexual orientation or affectional preference.
Madam Justice McLaughlin found discrimination existed because the distinction based on marital status
The study also investigated differences in the degrees of assertive behavior and acceptance of disability among persons with disabilities based on age, gender, race, educational level, marital status, metropolitan or non-metropolitan residence, type of disability and length of time disabled.
Geography, Age, Income, Gender, Marital Status, Presence of Children, Head of household, Interests/Hobbies, Purchasing Behavior, Home Value, Length of Residence and more
SAN FRANCISCO, March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Marital status, gender and age significantly affect how much Americans pay for car insurance, according to a new insuranceQuotes.
Contract award: market benefits binding administrative acts and / or marital status