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Перспективы применения анализа последовательностей: пример перехода во взрослую жизнь

С. 9591-9600.

In the paper, we used only one instrument from the palette of Sequence Analysis methods, the chronogram. But it was enough to show a variety of interesting differences in transition to adulthood among generations and genders. We revealed that new generations have one “new” event – cohabitation. Previous generations had it, but not so commonly as youngsters do now. Previous generations tended to start all the biographies (socioeconomic and demographic) earlier than new ones. Women are more “experienced” than men in the demographic sphere: at the age of 35 they more often have a child but already cease to have a partner or spouse. Men at the age of 35 more often have children and a partner or spouse.