Marriage and Divorce

Marriage and Divorce - Marriage and Divorce Marriage is the...

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Marriage and Divorce Marriage is the legal union of a man and woman as husband and wife, til death do them part, for better for or for worse, through sickness and in health. But in today’s America those words seem to have almost no meaning to them anymore. Some people get married because they are in love, and truly want to spend the rest of their lives with a particular individual, while others may get married for money, or citizenship. Typically men are the bread winners and the women stay home with the children, but in many families both individuals work, with the women having a second job of house worker when she leaves her paying job. Sometimes men help around the house, but studies have found that once their child reaches the age of two, many men no longer find it necessary to assist in home duties. The men tend to have more leisure time than the women, and do less housework and childcare. African American men do more housework than white men do, many Latino households still hold to women home cooking and
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course ACCT 232 taught by Professor Hawk during the Spring '11 term at HCCS.

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