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"The Legacy of Divorce" by Judith Wallerstein, et al.
This paper presents unexpected findings in "The Legacy of Divorce" by Judith Wallerstein, et al. .
# 71799 | 1,350 words | 1 source | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (American) , Child, Youth Issues (Effects of Divorce)


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This paper critiques o the book, "The Legacy of Divorce" by Judith Wallerstein, et al... The author points out that the book undermines the notion that children of divorce bounce back and grow into adulthood relatively unaffected.

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"The conventional wisdom or paradigm concerning children of divorce maintained that children of divorce were better off away from bickering parents and an unhappy environment after divorce. In "The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce", Judith S Wallerstein et al shatter this paradigm in the third work based on their study of children of divorce since ... These children are now between the ages of .... through and the impact of childhood divorce on their development and present lives has not been good. As Wallerstein et. ..."

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