Women who reject their husband's surname make them look 'feminine' and less able to look after them, say scientists



While taking their husband's surname was once the norm, women are increasingly choosing to keep their maiden name after marriage.
And a new study suggests that this choice could change the way that people look at the husband.
Men whose wives decide not to change their surname are perceived as being more feminine and having less power in the relationship as well as being less able to look after them, according to the study.
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THE STUDY  The researchers carried out studies in the US and UK.
The first study asked 139 undergraduate students to answer an online survey, in... read more

 
21 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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