When did it become socially acceptable, or at least not unacceptable, for a young couple to have children out of wedlock?
The answer is at some stage during the 1990s.
What events and value-shifts have had the most influence on us as a nation? Can the Fella Filter save us from the man drought? Is food the new sex for the over-40s? What is the chaperone syndrome? At what age do you cease being young?
In his groundbreaking new book, bestselling author Bernard Salt tackles these & other social and demographic questions facing Australia. Articulate, chatty & witty, it interprets the factors that have a bearing on where we live, when we marry & how we will work. This is a book that looks at the motivational forces that shape the Australian community. .