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Running head: SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT 1 Summary Assignment Darren Sanchez DeVry University of New York
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TEMPLATE FOR SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT 2 Theme: Family Topic: Children of Divorce Title: Proceed with Caution? Parents’ Union Dissolution and Children’s Educational Achievement Intended audience: The intended audiences for this clinical study are professionals in this field and scholars doing research in this area. This clinical study would not be intended for the general; public. Writer background: Wendy Sigle-Rushton is a professor of Gender and Family Studies at the London school of economic and political science her field of study consist of childcare and family studies, she has written journals and articles date back to 1998. Torklid Lyngstad and Patrick Andersen are professors of sociology and provide research in statics and youth education. Oystein Kravdal is a professor whose field of study consist of family behavior and public health. Writer’s angle : A form of research that compares statistical data is considered to be an arguable claim. Many studies have proven that children who witness parental dissolution can have many effects whether it be emotional, psychologically or academically, in this case it creates a debate of personal and informational facts.
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