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Table 2.

Proportion of Total Sample Included in the Analysis (co-heads) and Correlation Between Woman’s and Spouse’s Educationa By Union Type -- Nine Latin American Countries Circa 1980

%

r2

Argentina 1981

75

.50

Brazil 1980

88

.51

Chile 1982

79

.40

Colombia 1985

71

.56

Costa Rica 1984

89

.46

Dom. Rep. 1981

87

.43

Ecuador 1982

81

.56

Panama 1980

79

.61

%

r2

71

.65

91

.60

75

.53

75

.70

91

.63

86

.59

81

.71

82

.66

In Consensual Union

Married

Paraguay 1982

83

.33

84

.59

Education is a six category variable where 1=illiterate/no school; 2=less than all of primary school; 3=primary graduate; 4=some high school or middle school; 5=high school graduate; 6=more than high school a

All correlations were significant at p<.001.

Source:

From in-house calculations of census microfiles of the Changing

Household in Latin America at the University Center for Demography and Ecology.

of

Wisconsin-Madison’s

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