coresidential

coresidential

(ˌkəʊrɛzɪˈdɛnʃəl)
adj
relating to joint residency
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Thus, fathers who are married to or cohabiting with mothers may be more involved than fathers who are not in coresidential relationships with mothers.
A "union" refers to a coresidential romantic relationship, which may be a marriage or a cohabitation.
Indeed, says the journal Vital Health Statistics, "cohabitation is increasingly becoming the first coresidential union formed among young adults.
When a coresidential union ends, women end up in strikingly similar
The consistent variation in family forms received empirical support from the work of Roberts and Braithwaite (1961), whose demographic analyses showed that child-bearing occurred within a range of conjugal unions, legal and non-legal, coresidential and non-residential.
18) In addition, the relationship status of unmarried mothers at the time of birth varies by race and ethnicity; more than 60% of nonmarital births to white and Hispanic women occur in cohabiting unions, while 70% of all births to black women occur outside of coresidential unions.
For example, some older adults reside with their children or grandchildren in coresidential situations or in the same community.
15) There are also different implications for parents based on whether they are a coresidential parent or non-coresidential parent.
Consisting of four complementary clusters namely a COResidential CommunityCO, an COIndustrial ParkCO, a COHajj OasisCO, and a COSkill Development CenterCO, the MaCOan Development Area (MDA) is set to become a regional hub for industrial activity and a centre of excellence for vocational training, as well as a religious landmark for pilgrims on their way to the Holy cities, offering them the ideal environment for their rest, relaxation and prayer.
The focus is on socio-economic and demographic characteristics, as well as coresidential patterns, of the elderly persons.
Similarly, coresidential grandparenting among African Americans has been fairly extensively investigated in situations of adolescent motherhood and parental crises such as illness, drugs, or incarceration (Hunter & Taylor, 1998).
First, historically, in some parts of the United States particularly in the South, Black living arrangements resembled African compounds where coresidential extended families were the norm.