The Social Construction of the Divorce ‘‘Problem’’: Morality, Child Victims, and the Politics of Gender

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Although divorce rates have been stable or dropping for two decades, Americans seem anxious about the state of marriage. Drawing on the sociology of knowledge and a social constructionist approach to the study of social problems, we examine reasons for this collective anxiety, documenting how the divorce ‘‘problem’’ has been framed by organizations… (More)

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