Research Blog #8

“Boomers Face A ‘Divorce Revolution,’ But Some Can Learn From Happy Couples” In the special series featured on “All Things Considered,” host Michel Martin and author Barbara Bradley Hagerty speak about the trending phenomenon known as the Gray Divorce Revolution. This refers to the exponential growth in divorce rates from couples over 50 years old.… Continue reading Research Blog #8

Research Blog #6

“Then comes marriage? Religion, race, and marriage in Urban America” In his article for Social Science Research, Wilcox focuses on the role that religion plays in encouraging marriage on new parents in America. While some urban mothers have children outside of marriage, many will eventually go on to marry in the future. This article assesses… Continue reading Research Blog #6

Research Blog #4

“Religion, infidelity, and divorce: Reexamining the effect of religious behavior on divorce among long-married couples” In Shannon Davis and Joshua Tuttle’s journal article, “Religion, infidelity, and divorce: Reexamining the effect of religious behavior on divorce among long-married couples,” they claim to address the common mistakes of typical infidelity and divorce studies. They decided to focus… Continue reading Research Blog #4