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Premarital sexual behavior and attitudes toward marriage and divorce among young women as a function of their mothers marital status

Journal of marriage and the family 48(4): 757-765

Premarital sexual behavior and attitudes toward marriage and divorce among young women as a function of their mothers marital status

Accession: 016732228

DOI: 10.2307/352568

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