Spouses Living Apart

Note: The data-collection phase of this project has closed.  Thank you for your interest in being a part of this study. 

Are you a married person who lives apart from your spouse, some or all of the time, due to the demands of your jobs?  Or have you been in this situation in the past?  If so, you may qualify to participate in a study being conducted by a researcher at Vanderbilt University.  

The Study

The purpose of this study is to get some information about married people who live apart from each other because of their jobs.  You are eligible for the study if you are married and you live apart from your spouse some or all of the time due to work and you and your spouse have a separate home or apartment for this purpose.  You are also eligible if you don’t live that way right now, but you have lived that way in the past.  

Your Participation

You would be asked to participate in an in-person interview that would last between one and two hours.  Following that, you would be asked to fill out a short questionnaire, which should take no more than five minutes.  

Researcher Contact Information

This study is being conducted by Danielle Lindemann, a sociologist at Vanderbilt University.

Direct contact information for this researcher:
Curb Center
Vanderbilt University
1801 Edgehill Avenue
Nashville, TN 37212
(615) 936-7982

For further information about the study, or to enroll, please write to danielle.lindemann @ gmail.com (without the spaces)


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