2/16 GRNT 2124-001
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marisa Abate on Friday February 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GRNT 2124-001 at University of North Carolina - Charlotte taught by Maria-Carl Chiarella in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see Psychology of Adult Development and Aging in Public Health at University of North Carolina - Charlotte.
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Date Created: 02/19/16
Same sex couples- Similar to heteros Parenting: -No signiﬁcant differences -Research comapres children…all children show good psych -Longitudinal study comparing young adult children of lesbian and heterosexual mothers -Variables Studied -depression and anxiety -seeking professional help -peer hostility -sexual attraction -sexual identity NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE KIDS Life long singles -single: someone who is not married -subgroups -divorced -widowed -legally separated -lifelong single-I do not want to be in a relationship -numbers- double what it use to- now 40% -we are spending more of our lives single -men get remarried faster -implication of deﬁnition -not committing -deﬁnited by what you're not -Among older single adults, lifelong singles report the most satisfaction with being single and have the best health -Well-being single men and women -No difference Happiness Singles vs. Married couples -No difference -who had more sources of happiness, singles Health Married couples vs. Single subgroups -married couple tend to edge out when it comes to health -of the subgroups, the lifelong singles are healthier Social Networks size- Size doesn't differ. intentional communities- people you choose and maintain, keep up Singlism: Anti-singles sentiment; stigmatized group married men and single women were the most harsh interpersonal rejection -3rd wheel invisibility -ignoring single people economic disadvantage -taxes -insurance -employment beneﬁts discrimination -stereotypes -
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