Moving On: The Expansion of the Family Network After Parents Separate
Figure 1.6 Family pathways followed since birth and family environment in 1996–97, for 1000 children aged 6–13 years, whose parents were together (married or cohabiting) at their birth, NLSCY, Cycles 1 and 2
No family transitions accounts for 77.8%: Parents together (never separated) = 778. There are 210 separations. One family transition accounts for 8.0%: Parents separated - neither in new union = 68 and One parent died = 12. Two family transitions accounts for 7.8%: Parents reunied = 20, Father in new union = 35, Mother in new union = 20 and One parent died = 3. Three family transitions accounts for 4.9%: Parents separated = 4, Father separated = 10, Both parents in new union = 28 and Mother separated = 7. Four or more family transitions accounts for 1.5%: Father separated = 7, Both parents separated = 1 and Mother separated = 7.
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