Technology and Divorce: A Correlation?

Amy Lee, Huffington Post, 12/9/2010

These techno-distractions are at least one factor in the disintegration of civic engagement, and as a result, in the quality and stability of marriages, according to W. Brad Wilcox, editor of the most recent edition of "State of Our Unions," an annual report detailing the state of marriage in America. On Tuesday, Wilcox discussed the study's findings in New York with Elizabeth Marquardt, the director of the Center for Marriage and Families at the Institute of American Values at New York's Center for Public Conversation. The conversation hit on the major points of the study, mainly that divorce is rising and marital quality is dropping in middle America because of both economic and cultural causes...

Subjects: Marriage, Divorce


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