household dynamics

A reference both to changes in households (for example, changing household composition) and to the reasons for and patterns of such changes in terms of relations between household members. Research seeking to explain the timing and reasons for young people leaving their parental home would, at least in part, be a study of household dynamics.

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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