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2000
Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Beyond the intergenerational transmission of divorce: Do people replicate the patterns of marital instability they grew up with?. Journal of Family Issues. 21, (8), 1061-1086.
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2007
Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Does the rebound effect exist? Time to remarriage and subsequent union stability. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage. 46, (3/4), 9-20.
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2001
Wolfinger, Nicholas H. The effects of family structure of origin on offspring cohabitation duration. Sociological Inquiry. 71, (3), 293-313.
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2003
Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Family structure homogamy: The effects of parental divorce on partner selection and marital stability. Social Science Research. 32, (1), 80-97.
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1997
McKeever, Matthew,  Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Reexamining the economic costs of marital disruption for women. American Sociological Association.
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2001
McKeever, Matthew,  Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Reexamining the economic costs of marital disruption for women. Social Science Quarterly. 82, (1), 202-217.
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2002
Mason, Mary Ann,  Harrison-Jay, Sydney,  Svare, Gloria Messick,  Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Stepparents: De facto parents or legal strangers?. Journal of Family Issues. 23, (4), 507-522.
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2000
Wolfinger, Nicholas H.,  Mason, Mary Ann,  Jay, Sydney H.,  Svare, Gloria . Stepparents: De facto parents or legal strangers?. American Sociological Association.
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1998
McKeever, Matthew,  Wolfinger, Nicholas H. Trends in the Economic Well-Being of Single-Mother Families. Society for the Study of Social Problems.
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