Sheraton Uptown, Albuquerque, NM, USA
Sunday, April 23 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
E3A-Financial Correlates in Young Adults’ Choice to Marry, Cohabit or Live apart

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To understand how young adults balance two important milestones of young adulthood (i.e., financial self-sufficiency and romantic relationship commitment), it is crucial to differentiate between two distinct dimensions of a relationship: (a) the interpersonal process of the relationship (e.g., love, warmth, affection), and (b) the management process of the relationship (e.g., social norms, structural barriers, legal status). Whereas the extant literature has focused on the interpersonal processes of relationships and finances, the present study focuses on the management process in relationships to examine how finances influence young adults’ choice to marry, cohabit or live apart from their romantic partner.

Speakers & Presenters

Jennifer K. Rea

Graduate Student, University of Minnesota
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Joyce Serido

Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
Dr. Joyce Serido is a Associate Professor & Extension Specialist, Family Social Science, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and a leading expert in financial behavior at the intersection of family processes and personal well-being, with particular focus on youth and young adults... Read More →

Sunday April 23, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm

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