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divorce and its effects on children

Title: divorce and its effects on children
Category: /Social Sciences/Controversial Issues
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divorce and its effects on children
After long consideration, also taking your advice about a topic, I chose Divorce and its Effects on Children. I explored divorce and it effects on children using the findings of three studies; Karl Zinsmeister (1996), Michael E. Lamb and Kathleen J. Sternberg (1997), Ensign, Scherman, and Clark (1998) and statistical information was taken from a study done by Kitson and Sussman (1988). I also searched Proquest, a program offered to us complimentary of the school, and came up with …showed first 75 words of 1392 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1392 total…like the United Kingdom where there are 41% divorce within 14 years (Lamb and Sternberg, 1997). Below are the statistical pie charts of the study done by Kitson and Sussman (1988) of the states with the highest divorce rates. To conduct their study they used four common reasons why people divorce. They are (1) personality problems, (2) home life (3) auhtorizationism, and (4) differing values. The four list are true, but since this was done 1988 there are other existing reason why people divorce.

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