How Young Adults Perceive Parental Divorce

@article{Shulman2001HowYA,
  title={How Young Adults Perceive Parental Divorce},
  author={Shmuel Shulman and Miri Scharf and Daniel Lumer and Offer Maurer},
  journal={Journal of Divorce \& Remarriage},
  year={2001},
  volume={34},
  pages={17 - 3}
}
Summary The aim of this study was to examine the extent to which perception of parental divorce among young adults is related to their recounting of the relationships with their parents. Interviews were held with 51 (30 female and 21 male) Israeli young adults involved in a romantic relationship and whose parents had divorced. Participants were asked to talk about how they felt about and understood the divorce currently. In addition, subjects were asked to talk about their relationships with… 

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