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Nicholas H Wolfinger
Professor at the University of Utah. Written some books about marriage & divorce. Liberal. NAGA winner. Pot-bellied pig owner.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 8h
Has official policy changed, or just rhetoric & sentiment in response to Trump? Virtue-signaling minority-part legislation never intended to pass doesn’t count as policy.
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Pat Sajak 24h
In order to save time, Florida election officials have announced that the 2020 recount will begin immediately.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 10h
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 10h
Replying to @carmella_nicole @NRO
Are you referring to 's "Ocasio is mostly right" article from yesterday?
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 10h
My analysis of the General Social Survey didn't find any evidence of an increase in affairs, but a big generation gap:
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 10h
But I could make an identical claim about immigration and, say, education. Educated immigrants are less likely to end up on welfare. Also, "nothing but benign" is a straw man akin to "open borders."
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 11h
A bunch of interesting data about sex differences. Not all social scientists reject the possibility of innate differences. Nor does its acceptance make us irrelevant, nor somehow justify an inequitable society.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 11h
How is it misleading? Without disaggregating by ethnicity, it's just an average; conversely, it could be argued that anyone looking at ethnicity without disaggregating by nativity is painting a similarly misleading picture.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 15h
Pace , questions the notion that screen time and social media affect well-being. Be sure to see Pat's next tweet in this thread.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 15h
Replying to @SilvermanJacob
Thanks Jacob. He did a lot for the University of Utah. And I'm sorry for your loss.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 15h
Never mind... I see what wrote.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 15h
Replying to @LiglyCnsrvatari
Source on this? Curious.
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U.S. Census Bureau Nov 9
! Learn about the age of first marriage in 1960 v. 2018 and more from our new “America’s Families & Living Arrangements: 2018” data during our Instagram Q&A at noon on 11/15!
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 20h
New study shows that pregnancy has the largest impact on the odds of marriage or cohabitation when the mother is a teenager.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger 21h
An annual ritual for us family demographers: when releases data on families & living arrangements.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger Nov 13
Replying to @uberfeminist
That brought me pleasure, so I thank you.
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Nicholas H Wolfinger Nov 13
New study finds consistently higher poverty rates for 1st generation immigrants (& their kids) than for subsequent generations, providing evidence of economic assimilation. NB
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Nicholas H Wolfinger Nov 13
Kate threads her new article on the decline in sex among young people. I’ll add that sex among married people has also become less frequent, as I described in this article:
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Pamela Paresky Nov 13
Young ppl today are “obsessed with safety, troubled by a pervasive sense of threat [so] understandably, they’re anxious and depressed” Brilliant piece by Mentions & , and echos themes of &
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Nicholas H Wolfinger Nov 13
This could be part of it, but I’d want evidence that many men are conforming to the Gen Soy stereotype. But here’s some evidence:
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