Glenn Stanton aims to determine whether or not the trend of divorce, which became popular in the late 1960's, had a positive effect on child development. Long-term studies performed by social scientists such as Judith Wallerstein seem to indicate a "brooding, building sadness." While Wallerstein and her contemporaries do face certain criticisms, it is hard to ignore the idea that divorce can have an enduring and pervasive effect on children. This article is made available by The World & I Online.
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