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Article One Effects of Divorce and Cohabitation Dissolution on Preschoolers LiteracyCite Fagan J 2013 Effects of divorce and cohabitation dissolution on preschoolers literacyJournal of Family Issues344 460-483 doihttpdxdoiorg1011770192513X12445164Key Research QuestionsThe key research questions of this particular study focus on whether children encounter negative effects in literacy due to the divorce of their parents or the fact that the mother of the child starts other cohabitant relationships with other men soon after separation with the father Also whether children whose mothers remained single still had a decrease in literacy scores Key FindingsThe key findings of the study show that children whose parents divorced but mothers remained single did not show a change or a decrease in literacy Whereas children whose parents divorced and the mother started seeing another man showed a significant decrease in literacy grades than mothers who remained married Also mothers in consistent relationships with men reflected poorly on the childs literacy as opposed to mothers in stable marriages The finding of this study show that it is not the divorce that poorly affects the childs literacy grades but rather the mothers decision of starting new cohabiting relationships with men soon after the divorce Article Two Childrens experiences and meaning construction on parental divorce A focus group studyCite Maes S D J De Mol J Buysse A 2012 Childrens experiences and meaning construction on parental divorce A focus group studyChildhood192 266-279 doihttpdxdoiorg1011770907568211421220Key Research QuestionsKey research questions studied in this case include whether it is the divorce itself or the divorce process that change the childrens perspective on changes in the family The study focus is determining how children feel about the divorce and what they do in order to adapt to the changes Key FindingsKey findings of this study suggest that it is not the divorce itself but rather the process of the divorce that triggers the children to feel the need to adapt to certain situations The findings display evidence that the
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