Divorce and Effects on Children

Divorce and Effects on Children


Divorceand Effects on Children

Clarke-Stewart,A., &amp Brentano, C. (2006). Divorce:Causes and consequences.New Haven [Conn.: Yale University Press

Thisbook offers a balanced outline of the current research on divorce andits consequences on couples and their children. The authors inspectthe scientific evidence to unearth what can be said about divorce andwhat remains to be learnt about this politically and sociallyelectric issue. This book gives a vivid description of the effects ofmarital breakup on couples, children and the society in general.Clarke and Cornella synthesize the latest information on divorce froman array of disciplinary standpoints with attentive examination ofpsychological issues. The authors convey the real-life impacts ofdivorce with excerpts from autobiography from children and youngadults, and they also encompass guiding principle for social policiesthat would assist to lessen the damaging impacts of divorce.

Everett,A.C. (2004). TheEconomics of Divorce: The Effects on Parents and Children.Journal of Divorce &ampRemarriage Vo. 21-22

EverettCraig is the director of the Arizona Institute of Family Therapy andalso the editor of the journal of divorce and remarriage. Thisarticle identifies the decisive role economic elements play duringand after divorce. This article focuses on factors, particularlyapplicable to the economic variables of divorce.

Hetherington,M.E and Arasteh, D.J. (2014). Impactof Divorce, Single Parenting and Step parenting on Children: A CaseStudy of Visual Agnosia.Psychology Press.

Amato,Paul R. &amp Keith, B. (1991). Parental divorce and adultwell-being: A meta-analysis. Journal of Mar&shyriage and theFamily,53, 43-58

Everett,C. (2014). Divorce and the Next Generation: Effects on Young Adults’Patterns of Intimacy and Expectations for Marriage. Routledge

Everett,C.A. (2009). Children of Divorce: Developmental and Clinical Issues.Journal of Divorce, Vol. 12: 2-3

Hetherington,E. M. (2009). Coping with family transitions: Winners, losers, andsurvivors. Child De&shyvelopment, 60, 1-14.

Matthews,D.A. (2010). LongTerm Effects of Divorce on Children.North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. Retrieved from:http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/pdfs/fcs482.pdf

Miller,T. W. (2010). Handbookof stressful transitions across the lifespan.New York: Springer.

Wallerstein,J.S. (2009). Whatare the possible consequences of divorce for children? Retrievedfrom: http://www.divorce.usu.edu/files/uploads/Lesson5.pdf