Cohabitation, Divorce and Stepfamilies
This paper discusses cohabitation, divorce and stepfamilies based on the book "The Family" by Ross. J. Eshleman.
# 104123 | 995 words | 1 source | APA | 2008 |
Published on Jun 02, 2008 in Child, Youth Issues (Family Issues) , Child, Youth Issues (Effects of Divorce) , Women Studies (Marriage) , Sociology (General)
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This paper focuses on cohabitation, divorce and stepfamilies. The paper discusses each of these issues in relation to the impact that it has on the individuals within society and the facts that are connected to the life events. The paper uses the work of Ross Eshleman to explore each of these concerns, with the research offering facts that are connected to the most current state of cohabitation, divorce and stepfamilies
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From the Paper:"Eshleman (2003) states that all 50 states in the nation have divorce laws that are specific to the state . According to Eshleman (2003), the most common grounds for divorce include "breakdown of marriage. Incompatibility, cruelty, desertion...[or] irreconcilable differences." Children within a marriage will tend to have an affect on whether or not a divorce is pursued if the children are in their preschool years and born during the marriage. However, when children have been born previous to the marriage or are in the teen years the impact that they have on divorce in increased."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Eshleman Ross. J. (2003). The family (10th ed.). Boston: Pearson Education, Inc.
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