SAGE Journal Articles
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Summary: Why do people defend the institution of marriage and related beliefs about committed romantic relationships? Why do they sometimes stereotype and discriminate against single people?
Summary: The author engages with narratives of graduate single Indian Singaporean women based in global cities for work.
Article 3: Simpson, R. (2016). Singleness and self-identity: The significance of partnership status in the narratives of never-married women. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 33(3), 385–400. doi: 10.1177/0265407515611884
Summary: In this article, the author draws on in-depth qualitative interviews with never-married single women in Britain to examine the single self-identities evident in their narratives.