By some accounts, the institution of marriage is deteriorating; others say it’s adapting and changing with the times. A sociologist talks about a new study that used surveys of couples in 1980 and 2000 to assess how marriage is changing, for better or for worse, and what those changes mean for men, women, children, and American society as a whole.

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  • Paul Amato Professor of sociology at the Pennsylvania State University.

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