Growth in singlehood

Joy Lewry
Mind Map by Joy Lewry, updated more than 1 year ago
Joy Lewry
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A level Sociology (Trends) Mind Map on Growth in singlehood, created by Joy Lewry on 12/09/2016.
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Growth in singlehood
1 Emancipation of women
1.1 Wilkinson
1.1.1 'Genderquake' allows women more freedom of choice.
2 Changes in social attitudes
2.1 Giddens
2.1.1 Living alone has increased and become a 'valued option', wanting independence and identity
3 Delaying in marriage
3.1 Equality Act 2010 and the Equal Pay Act 1970
3.1.1 Makes the workplace fairer for women
4 Key information
4.1 Hall et al 1999
4.1.1 Defined single-hood as living alone out of choice.
4.2 Percentage of households where people are living alone
4.2.1 1961 = 12% 1981 = 22% 2011 = 29%
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