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Living Together Apart in France and the United States
Using data from exploratory surveys conducted in parallel in the United States and France among two different socioeconomic groups, this article examines why certain couples continue to share the same home after their relationship has broken down. The authors explore how the specific features of these contemporary living arrangements differ from similar situations in the past, and propose several hypotheses about the current signification of cohabitation and the family bond (as a combination ofdoi:10.13016/m2zfsj-rel7 fatcat:3pofvx5htbh7tmhzptu4liezuq