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Women with higher qualifications will be less likely to separate. 7. Women in work will be more likely to separate. More specifically, though, we are interested in the role of family migration, and we identify three hypotheses: 8. Migrants are more likely to separate than non-migrants. 9. Frequent movers are more likely to separate than less frequent movers. 10. Long distance migrants are more likely to separate than short distance migrants or non-migrants. Data and Methods The longitudinal data used in this analysis were drawn from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS).
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AN OUTSIDER ON THE INSIDE: HART’S LIMITS ON JURISPRUDENCE by Amanda Perreau-Saussine