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Some working-class women, for instance, have revealed Martied interviews that they resist marriage because it is harder to exit than cohabitating relationships.

Further, they reported that men would expect a more traditional division of duties by gender in marriage than is expected in cohabitation. In other words, they reported that the men they knew would, indeed, change after getting married—but that the change would be negative for these women, so they resist marriage. Yet there is a potent counterweight to how far some things can change, and that Mzrried to do with the fundamental fact that women get pregnant and men do not.

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Media Kit. Lifespan is now Married male seeks female possible benefits as an outcome of complex processes with causes and consequences in all areas of life, in which different factors affect the individual lifespan simultaneously. Research focusing on nongenetic determinants of lifespan has suggested that socioeconomic status, education, and smoking and Married male seeks female possible benefits behavior have a major impact Married male seeks female possible benefits individual survival e.

Mortality of individuals is also affected by characteristics of their partnerships. Partnership, as a basic principle of human society, represents one of the closest relationships individuals experience during their lifetimes. Regarding predictors of their mortality, partners usually share many characteristics, such as household size, financial situation, number of children, and quality of the relationship, but several factors might affect partners differently—for example, education and social status.

A factor that might influence partners in different ways is the age gap between them. To describe age dissimilarities between spouses, three different theoretical concepts have evolved over recent decades. The most common concept is homogamy or assortative matingwhich presumes that people, predisposed through cultural conditioning, seek out and marry others like themselves. One assumption is that a greater age gap is associated with a higher marital instability.

A further prominent concept is marriage squeezewhich states that the supply and demand of partners forces the individuals to broaden or narrow the age range of acceptable partners. A third and less common concept is the double standard of agingwhich assumes that men are generally less penalized for aging than women.

The age difference between spouses at marriage has remained relatively stable for several decades in many countries, a fact that was described by Klein as an almost historical pattern. An example for such a stable pattern Married male seeks female possible benefits shown in Figure 1.

It shows that, considering all marriages, Danish men are, on average, three years older at the time of their marriage than women. If only first marriages are considered, the gap between the sexes is a little smaller. While the mean age at marriage increased by about six years during the twentieth century, especially since the end of the s, the age difference between the sexes increased only slowly in the first 50 years of Sex dating in Lost springs twentieth century and started to decrease again in the second half of the century.

Today, the difference between the mean Married male seeks female possible benefits at marriage of Danish men and women is only slightly smaller than it was at the beginning of the twentieth century. At the same time, marriage behavior in Denmark changed dramatically in nearly all other Pleasant unity PA sex dating, especially because cohabitation without marriage and divorce became more widespread.

Inthe Danish Statistical Office counted divorces. From then on, the number of divorces increased steadily and reached its benfeits in with 15, registered divorces. This increase in the number of divorces as an alternative to end a marriage is important because it reflects dramatic changes in the way marriages are dissolved.

This proportion decreased with time. Generally, most marriages that are dissolved by the death of one of the spouses end by the death of the husband. This is a universal Married male seeks female possible benefits because men are not only older at the time of marriage but also die younger as compared with women Luy eeeks In the course of the twentieth century, Danish life expectancy increased for both sexes but rose more quickly for women.

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Seels the difference in life expectancy between the mal at age 18 was about 2. Today, about two-thirds of all marriages that are dissolved by death end due Hot girls Jefferson City Missouri the death of the husband, and only one-third end by the death of the wife. Studies considering the impact of age differences Married male seeks female possible benefits the partners on their mortality are rare and relatively possinle.

The authors found a correlation between longevity and having a younger wife, which was the 13th highest Horny woman Fairbanks all 69 variables they studied in their analysis. The first study that considered the impact of an age gap on both sexes was conducted by Fox, Married male seeks female possible benefits, and Kinlen They speculated that this pattern might be driven by the different characteristics of those who form these unusual partnerships.

In the s, two studies provided further insights into this topic. Both studies used the same data and generally supported earlier findings. They conceded that results regarding larger age gaps should be interpreted with caution, mainly due to insufficient data. Because the direction of the observed effects sseks about the same, Foster et al.

The first possible explanation, that healthier or more active individuals are selected by younger men or women, was already mentioned by Fox et al.

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Such individuals would have lived longer whomever they married because physical vitality and health usually coincides with an increased longevity. Another possible outcome bejefits selection is that physical Married male seeks female possible benefits are better taken care of in later life for persons married to younger spouses.

The second possible explanation refers to spousal interaction. It is speculated that there might be Housewives wants hot sex Bath psychologically, sociologically, or physiologically beneficial about a relationship with a younger spouse.

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This explanation directly refers to psychological determinants of mortality such as social and interpersonal influences, happiness, self-concept, and social status. The major drawbacks beneffits all these studies are that their data were limited to five-year age groups, that the authors did not Married male seeks female possible benefits any information about additional variables such as duration of the marriageand that they were limited to married couples.

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The missing information on the duration of the marriage could lead to a selection bias because it is uncertain whether the marriages in the samples were of sufficient duration to allow for any effects on mortality. Foster et al.

In two more-recent Married male seeks female possible benefits, historical data were used to identify a mortality pattern by the age of a spouse.

Williams and Durm basically replicated the results of the Cranston Rhode Island male iso nice girl mentioned earlier, but their study also faced the same limitations. Kemkes-Grottenthaler used a set of 2, family-related entries dating from to from two neighboring parishes in Germany.

She showed that the mortality differentials Married male seeks female possible benefits not only determined by the age gap itself but were also affected by several covariates, such as socioeconomic status and reproductive output. Regarding socioeconomic status, she found that age heterogamy was much more prevalent in upper classes.

In contrast, the reviews of Berardo Hot in miles city al. However, although findings are mixed, research indicates that confounding factors like socioeconomic status are of critical importance for the analysis of the mortality differentials attributable to the age gap between spouses. In sum, previous research found that having a younger spouse is beneficial, while having an older spouse is detrimental for the survival chances of the target person.

The most common explanations refer to health selection effects, caregiving in later life, and some positive psychological and Married male seeks female possible benefits effects. In this section, I develop some hypotheses about the relationship between the spousal age gap and the risk of dying. Previous limitations are addressed by using detailed Danish register data in a time-dependent framework using hazard regression. For men, the findings regarding the age gap to the spouse are relatively consistent: Previous research also indicated that mortality by the age gap to the spouse differs between the sexes, but none of the authors proposed reasons for this effect Kemkes-Grottenthaler ; Williams and Durm The most common explanations of mortality differences by age gap to the spouse—health selection, caregiving in later life, and positive psychological effects of having a younger spouse—do not suggest large differences between the sexes.

Thus, I hypothesize a similar pattern for women: I also hypothesize that the duration of marriage has an impact on the mortality differentials by the age gap to the spouse. Previous studies speculated that marriages should be of sufficient duration to allow for any effects on mortality.

This reasoning suggests that the mortality advantage of individuals who are younger than their spouses should not be observable in marriages of short duration.

In addition, I analyze the impact of socioeconomic status.

Previous research e. Generally, more highly educated persons and individuals with greater wealth Naughty girls Shakopee known to experience lower mortality, but no study has analyzed whether these socioeconomic variables might have an impact on the survival differentials by the age gap to the spouse.

If the frequency of age heterogamy differs by social class, it could partially explain these survival differentials. Previous research has argued that social norms and cultural background can explain the mortality differentials. Although Denmark is known to be a very homogeneous country, it is likely that social norms may differ between Danish and non-Danish as well as between rural and urban areas.

Thus, I hypothesize that mortality by age gap to the spouse might differ by place of residence and by citizenship of the target person. Denmark is among the countries with the most sophisticated administration systems worldwide Eurostat All persons living in Denmark have a personal identification number that is assigned Mrried birth or at the time of immigration. This personal identification was a crucial part of the Population Registration Act, which introduced a computerized Central Population Register.

This femael serves as malw source register for almost all major administrative Madried in Denmark, which means Tampa of a man needed most Woman looking real sex Beeville can be linked by using the personal identification number. Today, many Married male seeks female possible benefits authorities maintain about 2, public personal registers on almost all aspects of life.

While the majority of these registers are administrative, a small proportion can be used for statistical or research purposes. Generally, the Danish registers are considered ma,e source of detailed and exact information with a seekd low percentage of missing data. For this study, individual-level data from five different registers are linked with one another through the personal identification number.

An overview of registers that are used for this analysis is shown in Table 1. The register Married male seeks female possible benefits I use here feamle the period between and The information from the Register of Deaths and the Migration Register are given on a daily basis, meaning that the exact day of the event is known.

The variables personal identification number of the partnerwealthmunicipality of residenceand citizenship were coded as time-varying covariates. The ffemale age gap to the spouse is also time-varying but Santa clarita sex Santa clarita computed from existing variables. The Mraried sex is a time-constant covariate by nature, while education was assumed to be time-constant despite benefitd inherently time-varying nature.

My data set includes only people aged sees and Married male seeks female possible benefits. At these advanced ages, education is unlikely to change, so this approach should give approximately the same results.

The remaining variables, marital statusdate of migrationand type of migrationas well as date of birth and Meet local singles Chippewa of deathseks used to define the time periods under risk.

The base population of my analysis is all married people aged 50 years and older living in Denmark between January 1,and December 31, There are three ways for individuals to enter the study: There are five possible ways to exit the study: Hazard regression, also called event-history analysis or survival analysis, represents the most suitable analytical framework for studying the time-to-failure distribution of events of individuals over their life course.

The general proportional hazards regression model is expressed by. Since the failure event in our analysis is the death of the individual, the baseline hazard of our model h 0 t is age, measured as time since the 50th birthday.

It is assumed to follow a Gompertz distribution, defined as. The Gompertz distribution, proposed by Benjamin Girls wanting sex Bridgeport inMarried male seeks female possible benefits been widely used by demographers to model human mortality data. The exponentially increasing hazard of the Gompertz distribution is a Married male seeks female possible benefits approximation for ages between 30 and For younger ages, mortality tends to differ from the exponential curve due to infant and accident mortality.

For advanced ages, the increase in the risk of death tends to decelerate so that the Gompertz model seems mortality at these ages Thatcher, New Masterton singles, and Vaupel I assume Married male seeks female possible benefits the impact of this deceleration on my results is negligible because the number of married people over age 95 is extremely low. The research plan was to test whether the age difference between the femape affected both sexes in the same way.

Therefore, all regression models were calculated for females and males separately. It should be noted that the male and female models do not necessarily include the same individuals. If both spouses are aged 50 or older, a couple is included in all models. femaoe

If only the husband is 50 years or Married male seeks female possible benefits, a couple is included only in the male models.

Correspondingly, a couple is only included in the female models if the wife is 50 years Married male seeks female possible benefits older and the husband Madried 49 years or younger. In total, 1, married individuals aged 50 and older are included in the data set;of them are male,female. The distribution of all persons beneftis the data set by age Marrried to the spouse is presented in Figure 2.

It shows that most men are between two Local horney girls Tijuana head three years older than their wives, while most women are two years younger than their husbands. Table 2 gives descriptive information on all covariates. It shows the distribution of time at risk measured in days for men and women. In total, I observed 3, million person-days for men and 2, million person-days for women.

The proportion of missing information is highest for duration of marriage. This is because the date of marriage is unknown for all couples who married before January 1, A large number of missing values is also found for the variables benefjts achieved education and highest achieved education of the spousewith the proportion missing data increasing for older cohorts.

I find no indication that this effect influenced the outcome of the regression models. In the following paragraphs, I present the results of four estimated hazard regression models. For men, the relative risk of dying by the age gap to the spouse and the standard errors of the fourth model are shown in Figure 3. The corresponding results for women are shown in Figure 4.

Married male seeks female possible benefits Both figures consist of four separate curves showing the relative risk of dying by age gap to the spouse. The reference category, represented by a dotted vertical line, includes all persons who are less than one year younger or older than their spouses.

The part of each curve to the left of the reference category relates to individuals with older spouses, the right part relates to individuals with younger spouses. I show only the standard errors of the fourth model because they were virtually the same for all four models.

For both sexes, the results of the additional covariates are presented in Table 3.