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  • Karl Zinsmeister's Research Paper: Taking Sides: Divorce

    Taking Sides Paper Laura Stapley Brigham Young University SFL 210, Section 003 Taking Sides: Divorce The world today is filled with so much information, opinions and controversy on endless issues and subjects that it is difficult to differentiate between what is accurate and what is contrived. Therefore, it is important to be able to decipher a credible source of information from a lacking one, especially in published articles. An article written in 1996 by Karl Zinsmeister discusses…

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  • Arab Gulf Family Structure

    Presentation The Gulf social orders have been experiencing radical changes since the finish of the 1970s. The Arab Gulf family is going through a quick progress that influences its capacities, parts, specialist, and structure. One must begin with an essential speculation that surveys the Arab Gulf family as a fundamental unit that broadens its social segments from Arab Islamic sources; and as a monetary unit that plays out various financial parts to the advantage of its own individuals and of…

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  • Mothers Cohabitation Behavior

    An interesting finding from their study was that gender plays a role in how children could potentially feel about cohabitation and marriage when their mothers raise their children in either family setting. This was referred to when the text stated, “An important gender difference appeared in the relationship between mother’s attitudes and their children’s cohabitation behavior: Mother’s attitudes have more influence on their daughters’ cohabitation behavior than on their son’s behavior, and…

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  • Why Is It Hard To Reduce Divorce?

    Every year 2.3 million of couples get married but 1.2 get divorce too. It’s too easy to get married that people married just cause and divorce immediately. Marriage should be harder to be obtain because it will make marriages longers, reduce the divorce rate and domestic abuse. If we make marriages harder to obtain , it will result in marriages lasting longer and will truly live up to their “till death do us part” vows. In a research they found “(PREP) strongly suggest that couples can learn…

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  • Functionalism And Divorce Analysis

    “For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and health, until death do us part”. These traditional wedding vows seem to have less and less of a meaning as time goes on and as divorce rates increase. “Slightly more than forty percent of contemporary first marriages are likely to end in divorce” (Wilcox). Divorce is a social problem that affects many and does not seem to be slowing down. Wilcox talks about how due to men and women 's faith in marriage being shaken because of the…

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  • Everlasting Relationships

    Have you ever wondered what makes a good relationship? Why certain marriages fail and others flourish? Many of us can make predictions to these questions by reflecting on our previous and/or current relationships. But in the end what is the true secret to everlasting love? Is there a criterion that can predict happiness within a relationship? In a captivating new study scientists have answered a question many of us have pondered about. The research conducted concluded that lasting relationships…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Effects Of Divorce On Children

    The Effects Divorce Leaves on Children Ever hear of the saying, “the children come first” or “no matter what the children are the most important”? Well that may not be the case when it comes to divorce. According to D. Wayne Matthews, “Every year, over 1 million children under age 18 are involved in a divorce” (para 3). When at that moment, all the parents’ concerns are about themselves and their marriage; not what they are putting their children through or what effect it is having on them.…

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  • Divorce Rate In America

    Approximately fifty percent of marriages in the United States of America ended with divorce. Most of the times couples separate or get divorce for things that they have done. However, most of these things could and can be avoid to lower the divorce rate in our country. However, six factors that are associated with low marital satisfactions are committing adultery, financial difficulties, addictions, work stress and obligations, depression as well as lack of communication, just to name a few…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Cohabitation Or Marriage?

    The debate on marriage versus cohabitation has always been a controversial topic. However, in recent years this issue has been exceedingly reported on by the media because cohabitation, from traditional viewpoint, is a crisis that leads to immorality. Cohabitation, contrary to marriage, does not provide a permanent, healthy, and stable environment for all directly and indirectly involved within this type of relationship. I believe that marriage provides a better relationship than cohabitation.…

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  • When People Fall In Love Research Paper

    Numerous people look down upon those who believe in love at first sight, or those that believe they are in love after only a few days or weeks. They believe it takes time for someone to fall in love, that only with time can a person fall in love so intensely and greatly. It has become ever so much easier to get a divorce after 1969, when a was law passed stating that infidelity charges or physical abuse did not have to be present in order to get a divorce (Evolution). This would eventually lead…

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