Initial Search Assignment

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Infidelity how does it affect a marriage and the people in it including only the children an parents.

Complete the following tasks.

  • List five key terms that are related to your research topic from DQ#1.
  • Perform a search, using at least three different databases, for scholarly journal articles on the topic using your key terms.
    • How many scholarly articles did you find with each database?
    • Did you find articles relevant for your research topic?
    • Do you need more articles or more specific results?
    • Modify your search to get better results.
  • List your new search terms.
  • Describe how you made the adjustments.
  • Which databases were most useful? Why?

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ProfessorEmily
School: New York University

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Running head: THE IMPACT OF INFIDELITY ON FAMILY COHESION

The Impact of Infidelity on Family Cohesion
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THE IMPACT OF INFIDELITY ON FAMILY COHESION

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The Impact of Infidelity on Family Cohesion
Infidelity affects the whole family, both immediate and extended. The impact on
extended family occurs if the couple has children and each partner has established a relationship
with the extended family (Schmidt, Green & Prouty, 2015). When children learn about the
unfaithfulness of their mother or father, they develop insecurity and suffer a loss of trust in their
parents. Even if parents do not inform them about the infidelity, they feel the tension that exists
between parents and this result in emotional distress (Erzar & Simonič, 2010). If this
unfaithfulness results in divorce, some children may feel responsible for the split, irrespective of
how the responsibil...

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