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Marriage And Divorce
Transcript of Marriage And Divorce
2. What is one very important factor that has caused an increase in divorce rates?
3. Are humans meant to be together
for such a long period of time?
4. If the parents are constantly agreeing, would it be better to divorce or continue the marriage for the kid(s).
5. What are some factors that may make a person think twice before getting a divorce?
6. How long can divorce affect a person?
- Sociological point of view
- Anthropological point of view
- Psychological point of view
- Discussion Questions
-Conclusion Sociological Point Of View Marriage And Divorce Anthropological Point Of View From an anthropological point of view, marriage and divorce is a hard coded aspect of everyone's life. Everyone must have experience with divorce or have known of someone had or had been affected by one. Psychological point of view From a psychological perspective it is understood that divorce can result in negative effects on children and adults which can lead to further emotional problems.
Divorce hurts children greatly and leads to many insecurities and self- esteem issues within the individual
Some of these issues include feeling abandoned by the parent, guilt, depression, losing contact with a side of the family etc.
Children are vulnerable and depend on the nurture and care of both parents in order to achieve well being and security By Amandip Minhas,Omar Alsayyid, William Yang and Zachary Henry Why Divorce rates have risen-
The divorce rate has been steadily rising. Following the first major change in the divorce law in 1968, there was a sharp increase (from 54.8 divorces per 100 000 population in 1968 to 124.2 in 1969). Since that time the increase has continued at an accelerated pace with a second peak in the late 1980s following another revision of the Divorce Act.
Changes in law
Changing social attitudes
Changing roles of women
Rising expectation of women
The declining of marriage first began in black communities. For a practical reason, married women received less state support than unwed women.
The younger generation is avoiding marriage in order to take advantage of tax breaks afforded to single mothers. A poor young couple can qualify for state subsidies for healthcare, but a two-income household usually cannot, and the majority of young women now work just like the men.
In Canada between 1960 and 1980, fertility rates dropped by more than 50% in all age categories and by 2003 the birth rate was 10.6 per 1000 people. While the average number of children per woman was 3.9 in 1960, within 40 years that figure had dropped to 1.5. Marriage VS Divorce Rates In Canada Conclusion oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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To get married you need to be in a psychological state that allows you to be ready to make that commitment
If the woman is already bearing a child, they have more psychological benefits as opposed to if they do not have a child. Interesting Facts! -Belgium currently have the highest divorce rate in the world, its divorce rate is %75.
-Some causes of divorce can be : boredom, age difference, incompatibility, sick of mind, religion, culture, adultery, abuse, poor communication, money, sexual problems, lifestyle and more
-In a lot of the cases, couples that were divorced often marry again after 3 years.
-People that were divorced often suffer from illnesses because of the higher levels of stress. Table Of Contents Adults are also affected emotionally by divorce and can experience anxiety, depression, loneliness etc.
Divorce can lead to a strong feeling of rejection
confusion and uncertainty surround the decision of divorce