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Divorce and separation seem to be highly private decisions, based on considerations made by individuals and couples. The outcome of the research, presented in this special issue, shows that this is an incomplete view.
Psychosocial adjustment and physical health in children of divorce. Rui A. Nunes-Costa I ; Diogo J. Figueiredo III. OBJECTIVE: To review the literature on the effects of parental divorce over the psychological maladjustment and physical health problems in children of divorced parents, thus contributing to the integration of existing scientific knowledge based on the biopsychosocial model of the impact of divorce on children's physical health as proposed by Troxel and Matthews
In terms of divorce risks, the book contains new insights on Eastern European countries. These post socialist countries have evolved dramatically since the fall of the Wall and at present they show the highest divorce figures in Europe.
The book also provides explanations for the negative gradient in female education effects on divorce. It devotes three separate parts to new insights in the post-divorce effects of the life course event by among others looking at consequences for adults and children but also taking the larger family network into account.
Evidence from Russia. Coping Strategies of Migrant Ex-partners. Knotting the Safety Net. Childbearing Across Partnerships in Finland and Germany. Floor Effects or Compensation of Social Origin? About this book Introduction This open access book collects the major discussions in divorce research in Europe.
It starts with an understanding of divorce trends. Why was divorce increasing so rapidly throughout the US and Europe and do we see signs of a turn?
Do cohabitation breakups influence divorce trends or is there a renewed stability on the partner market? Divorce trends Risk factors of divorce Consequences of divorce Child well-being Intergenerational ties Family formation cohabition breakups Open Access. Editors and affiliations. His research concentrates on family sociology and sociology of labour.
He has published on divorce, new constituted families, gendered labour careers and work-life balance. He is also the main author of the Step in Statistics book series of which six volumes have been published in Dutch.
Divorce also known as dissolution of marriage , is the process of terminating a marriage or marital union. In most countries, monogamy is required by law, so divorce allows each former partner to marry another person. Divorce is different from annulment , which declares the marriage null and void, with legal separation or de jure separation a legal process by which a married couple may formalize a de facto separation while remaining legally married or with de facto separation a process where the spouses informally stop cohabiting. Reasons for divorce vary, from sexual incompatibility or lack of independence for one or both spouses to a personality clash. Countries that have relatively recently legalized divorce are Italy , Portugal , although from to was possible both for the civil and religious marriage , Brazil , Spain , Argentina ,  Paraguay ,  Colombia ; from was allowed only for non-Catholics ,  Andorra ,  Ireland , Chile  and Malta Grounds for divorce vary widely from country to country. Marriage may be seen as a contract , a status , or a combination of these.
PDF | This paper investigates “Divorce: Causes and Effects on Children.” Worthy of note is that the fact that, divorce is not an uncommon.
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It is commonly repeated that half of all marriages end in divorce. In fact, most marriages do not end in divorce, though the divorce rated is much higher now than before the introduction of no fault divorce laws in Permission is granted to reprint or broadcast this information with appropriate attribution to the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada.
Divorce and separation seem to be highly private decisions, based on considerations made by individuals and couples. The outcome of the research, presented in this special issue, shows that this is an incomplete view. Not only are the individual decisions on divorce and separation clearly influenced by the social characteristics of the involved individuals, but they are also influenced by the characteristics of their societies and their affiliation to certain marriage cohorts.
In terms of divorce risks, the book contains new insights on Eastern European countries. These post socialist countries have evolved dramatically since the fall of the Wall and at present they show the highest divorce figures in Europe. The book also provides explanations for the negative gradient in female education effects on divorce.
PDF | On Aug 18, , Jaap Dronkers and others published Causes and Consequences of Divorce: Cross-national and Cohort Differences.