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First, wives tend to be younger than their husbands, by an average of two or three years (Troll, 1975), and thus would naturally be expected to outlive them. Second, women have a longer life expectancy than men all over the world. Finally, elderly widowers are more likely to remarry than elderly widows. Widowers have more to gain from remarrying than widows because husbands often depend entirely on their wives for males, housekeeping, and homemaking, hence their lives are disrupted in major ways by loss of their spouse (Lopata, 1975). In addition, wives often are responsible for maintaining contact with relatives, hence the widower loses contact with them. Finally, husbands do not expect to outlive their wives, hence are not psychologically prepared-socialized-for the loss (Treas, 1975). お願いします。


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ATLAS 13 まず最初に、妻は、彼女らの夫より平均2か3歳(トロール、1975)若い傾向があって、その結果、彼らより長生きすると自然に予想されるだろう。 2番目に、女性は世界中に男性より長い平均余命を持っている。 最終的に、年配の男やもめは年配の未亡人より再婚しそうである。 男やもめには、夫が男性、家事、および家事のためにしばしば完全に彼らの妻に頼るので、得るためには未亡人より多くの再婚がある、したがって、彼らの人生は彼らの配偶者(ロパタ、1975)の損失で主要な方法で混乱させられる。 さらに、妻はしばしば相対的で接触を維持するのに責任がある、したがって、男やもめがそれらから連絡が絶える。 夫が、したがって、最終的に心理学的にである妻より長生きすると予想しない、準備、社交的にする、損失(Treas、1975)。



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