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  1. In patrilocal cultures, where the young bride dominated by a mother-in-law becomes, in middle age, a mother-in-law herself, will be positively associated with a shift in status (6)Bart, Pauline B. - Why women's status changes in the middle ages: the turns of the social ferri..., 1969 - 2 Variables

    This article focuses on the cross-cultural data comparing the relationship between changes in status and availability of important roles, with an emphasis on women. Cultural and structural aspects of society are examined to discover their relationship to the position of women after their child-bearing years.

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  2. The presence of a word for middle age (as distinguished from old age) will be positively associated with a higher status for women after menopause (6)Bart, Pauline B. - Why women's status changes in the middle ages: the turns of the social ferri..., 1969 - 2 Variables

    This article focuses on the cross-cultural data comparing the relationship between changes in status and availability of important roles, with an emphasis on women. Cultural and structural aspects of society are examined to discover their relationship to the position of women after their child-bearing years.

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