Children of Divorce Essay

655 Words Dec 1st, 2013 3 Pages
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Terrill Ray
DeVry University
ENGL 135

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Theme: Family
Topic: Children of Divorce
Title: Consequences of parental divorce for child development. Hyun Sik Kim is likely against too much government influence on schools and feels that government control is detrimental.
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However, I found no negative consequences of parental divorce for reading test scores, nor did I find an increase in externalizing behavior problems in any stage. Additionally, I did not find statistically significant estimates of a pre-divorce effect, a resilience parameter at the population level, or a total divorce effect as defined herein. Part 3: The multiple-paragraph summary
Hyun Sik Kim (2011) To summarize, I found setbacks among children of divorce in math test scores during and after the experience of parental divorce (i.e., significant combined effects of the in- and post-divorce effect), a negative in-divorce effect on interpersonal skills and negative combined effects during the in- and post-divorce periods, and a pronounced in-divorce effect on the internalizing behavior dimension. However, I found no negative consequences of parental divorce for reading test scores, nor did I find an increase in externalizing behavior problems in any stage. Additionally, I did not find statistically significant estimates of a pre-divorce effect, a resilience parameter at the population level, or a total divorce effect as defined herein. A discussion of several limitations of this article is necessary to properly evaluate its contributions and to delineate future tasks for a
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