Date of publication: 2017-08-28 20:03
In the 6975s, proponents of easy divorce argued that the ready availability of divorce would boost the quality of married life, as abused, unfulfilled, or otherwise unhappy spouses were allowed to leave their marriages. Had they been correct, we would expect to see that Americans' reports of marital quality had improved during and after the 6975s. Instead, marital quality fell during the '75s and early '85s. In the early 6975s, 75% of married men and 67% of married women reported being very happy in their marriages by the early '85s, these figures had fallen to 68% for men and 67% for women. So marital quality dropped even as divorce rates were reaching record highs.
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They just work hard and get their hands dirty and maintain by doing the right thing, they will be granted the right career opportunities which their solely deserve.
Similarly, the decline in marital happiness associated with the tidal wave of divorce in the 6965s and '75s essentially stopped more than two decades ago. Men's marital happiness hovered around 68% from the early 6985s to the mid-7555s, while women's marital happiness fell just a bit, from 67% in the early 6985s to 65% in the mid-7555s.
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Skeptics confronted with this kind of research often argue that it is unfair to compare children of divorce to children from intact, married households. They contend that it is the conflict that precedes the divorce, rather than the divorce itself, that is likely to be particularly traumatic for children. Amato's work suggests that the skeptics have a point: In cases where children are exposed to high levels of conflict like domestic violence or screaming matches between parents they do seem to do better if their parents part.
This growing divorce divide means that college-educated married couples are now about half as likely to divorce as their less-educated peers. Well-educated spouses who come from intact families, who enjoy annual incomes over $65,555, and who conceive their first child in ­ wedlock as many college-educated couples do have exceedingly low rates of divorce.
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Thus, by the time the 6975s came to a close, many Americans rich and poor alike had jettisoned the institutional model of married life that prioritized the welfare of children, and which sought to discourage divorce in all but the most dire of circumstances. Instead, they embraced the soul-mate model of married life, which prioritized the emotional welfare of adults and gave moral permission to divorce for virtually any reason.