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Understanding Differences between Divorced and Intact Families

Stress, Interaction, and Child Outcome (Understanding Families series)

by Ronald L. Simons

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Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child welfare,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Sociology,
  • United States,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • Sociology - Marriage & Family,
  • Single-parent families,
  • General,
  • Family & Relationships / General,
  • Family,
  • Divorce & Separation,
  • Children of divorced parents

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7908554M
    ISBN 100803951620
    ISBN 109780803951624

    Divorced and Intact Families in Rural Areas With divorce on the rise, the issue of how divorce affects children has been the topic of interest over the years. Research indicated that divorce has long-term effects on children. According to Whitehead (), children do not recover after divorce and the disturbance of the family can have long-term psychological effects.   The Family: A Proclamation to the World teaches the vital role of the family “as the fundamental unit of society.” Yet an important personal and family strength is the ability to adapt to less than ideal circumstances, such as those surrounding divorce.

    children from divorced families show poorer adjustment; children in divorced families have academic problems, to show externalized problems (acting out and delinquency) &internalized problems (anxiety and depression), less socially responsible, less competent intimate relationships, drop out of school,become sexually active at early age, take drugs, associate w/ antisocial peers, low self.   Divorced Families and the Programs That Work for Them. By. N., Pam M.S. - role assignments, sibling conflict, and moving between families for visits are just some of the issues families at this stage encounter. The third category, Understanding differences between .

      Pennsylvania State University sociologist Paul Amato has had a vital impact on my own research. I spent the first decade of my career studying the divorce cycle, the tendency for divorce to run in families. This work culminated in my book, Understanding the Divorce Cycle: The Children of Divorce in Their Own Marriages. When I began my research, Paul was already an established expert . Frank () selected young adults from divorced and intact families, who completed varieties of questionnaires as well as measures of sibling relationship and parent-child relationships. Parental divorce may disrupt not only ties between parents and children, but also between the children themselves.


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Simons SAGE Publications, - Family & Relationships - pages. Understanding Differences between Divorced and Intact Families by Ronald L. Simons,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Understanding Differences Between Divorced and Intact Families. Ronald L. Simons & Associates.

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Hardcover ISBN $ cloth. Softcover ISBN $ paper. They emphasize the ways in which family structure, differences in stress and parental adjustment account for the fact that children of divorced parents show more conduct and emotional problems than do those from intact families.

The subsequent chapters test the various components of the model. (source: Nielsen Book. Understanding Differences Between Divorced and Intact Families offers valuable insights on these and other important questions.

The research team behind this volume has assembled and analyzed data from two large-scale studies of midwest families--one examining intact families, the Format: Paperback. Understanding differences between divorced and intact families.

Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald L Simons. 'Understanding Differences Between Divorced and Intact Families is a significant and provocative contribution to the literature.

Unlike most studies of single parent families, Ronald L. Simons and colleagues designed an imaginative study capitalizing on diverse methods, reliable measures, and multiple informants to gather rich information on.

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Title: Sociology of marriage and the. The results show significant differences between the divorced and intact groups on several measures of intimacy and adjustment. Most of these differences, however, are found to be small (as.

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Barber, “A Person-Centered Approach to the Multifaceted Nature of Young Adult Sexual Behavior,” Journal of Sex Resea no. 4 ():A provider can help children understand the similarities and the differences and appreciate the uniqueness of their family, by displaying materials and books that depict different family structures.

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AN EXAMINATION OF THE DIFFERENCES IN MARITAL EXPECTATIONS OF YOUNG ADULTS FROM INTACT AND DIVORCED FAMILIES Except where reference is made to the work of others, the work described in this thesis is my own or was done in collaboration with my advisory committee. This thesis does not include proprietary or classified information.

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Page Flip View:. Behavioral and emotional differences between children of divorce and children from intact families: Clinical significance and mediating processes *This study is part of a dissertation (Schick Author: Andreas Schick. Understanding Differences Between Divorced and Intact Families; Ronald L.

Simons and Associates; Adolescents, Work, and Family: I am grateful to David M. Klein and Bert N. Adams, editors of the Sage series, “Understanding Families.” This book is as much a product of their keen insight and advice, as it is of my labor. Understanding. "Between Two Worlds" is written in the perspective of how children of divorce viewed their lives while growing up.

This book is written by Elizabeth Marquardt, who herself is a child of divorce. She Interviews both children from intact and divorced families to show the effects of divorce on children/5. Becoming a father.

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Simons Snippet view. • The conflict between parents does not always end when they get divorced. • If there is conflict between divorced parents, the children may feel caught in the middle.

For example, adolescents become particularly upset when parents try to get them to take sides or to find out about the other parent.indicate clear developmental differences in children's understanding of these issues and in their opinions about marriage, divorce, and stepfamilies.

No differences were found, however, between the understanding of children with divorced and non- divorced parents, or between boys and girls.Start studying Chapter 8. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Search. Are children better adjusted in intact, never-divorced families than in divorced families? Most researchers agree that children from divorced families show poorer adjustments than their counterparts in non-divorced families.