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three following social problems that impact families, assignment help

Question Description

Throughout this unit, you have learned about many changes and social problems that impact families. In this Assignment, you will choose one of the three following social problems that impact families: divorce, one-parent families, family violence.

Project Specifics:

  • Your paper should be between 800 and 1000 words, double spaced, not including your title and reference page.

  • Use the textbook and at least three outside references from the library or other reputable sources to support your project.

  • Please use the Research, Citation, and Plagiarism document found in Doc Sharing to help you with formatting your project, or ask your professor for assistance.

Part I: Begin your paper with a discussion of the social problem you have chosen and explain why you have chosen this particular social problem.

Part II: As human services professionals, it is important to be able to view social problems from multiple perspectives. There are often many people involved in a social problem. Some of the different people involved in social problems like divorce, one-parent families, and family violence are the mother, the father, and children. All of these people will be impacted by the problem in a unique way, and they may have different perspectives about what is occurring. With Part II, you are going to have the opportunity to examine the social problem you chose from multiple perspectives.

If you chose divorce or one-parent families, discuss how the parents and the children involved view the issue. If you chose family violence, discuss how the abused woman, and the children involved view the issue.

Part III: Conclude your paper by discussing how society views the social problem that you wrote about. In addition, discuss your role as an advocate. How can you work to create awareness and teach others about diversity and multiculturalism


Final Answer

Okay here it is!Sincerely,Pam

Running head: HOW DIVORCE AFFECTS FAMILIES

How Divorce Affects Families
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HOW DIVORCE AFFECTS FAMILIES

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Divorce has a huge effect on families and especially on children psychologically. The
cost of a divorce is astronomical for the parents. The effects of a divorce on the children in the
family are very psychologically severe. Nowadays, divorce is a very common thing to happen in
families. Just because it is more common than it used to be does not mean that the effects are
any less severe. Divorce has a detrimental effect on the parents and the children involved in the
separation.
In the United States today, “Fifty percent of marriages end in divorce. Sixty-seven
percent of all second marriages end in divorce” (O’Connell Corcoran 1997). Those are such
high numbers, and from an outsider, it seems like “Why should I get married if it is just going to
end anyway?” Even with the aftereffects, people still have that positive belief in true love.
From a woman’s perspective, “During the first six months of separation, women are more
prone to symptoms of depression, poor health, loneliness, work inefficiency, in...

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