Families Under Stress: An Assessment of Data, Theory, and Research on Marriage and Divorce in the Military
The authors estimate marriage and marital dissolution trends from 1996 to 2005, and the effects of recent deployments on risk of ending a marriage. Marital dissolution rates across services and components are currently similar to those seen in 1996, when the demands on the military were measurably lower. Service members who were deployed had a lower risk of subsequently ending their marriages than those who did not deploy or deployed fewer days.
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Developing Models of Military Marriage
Chapter Three Review of Empirical Research on Military Marriages
Reanalyzing Military Service Personnel Records
Chapter Five Evaluating Alternative Explanations for Rising Rates of Marital Dissolution in the Military
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