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Divorce and Age

The earlier the age of marriage, the more likely it is to end in divorce.
The bride is more likely to be pregnant which places a strain on the marriage
Money problems ­ young people are more likely to be low paid or unemployed
Lack of experience…

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DIVORCE AND CHILDREN (The Micro Approach)

Some see the effects of divorce on children as harmful and that parents should
stay together for the sake of the children. Others, however, argue that if divorce
frees children from a bitter and hostile family environment, then it is beneficial
and parents should…

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DIVORCE AND SOCIETY (The Macro Approach)



New Right Perspective: high divorce rates and lone parent families that result from
divorce are a serious threat to society. This is because most lone parent families
are female headed, and therefore, lack a male role model who can provide discipline




This can result…

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