A Study of Divorce in Kuwait

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Divorce in Kuwait Introduction: Background: Theoretical Considerations The Structural-functional Approach: Research Questions: What are the causes for divorce? Who is most responsible for divorce; man or woman? Who is more likely to be disadvantaged and at risk after divorce? What are the effects that women and men get after divorce? How do societies look at women after divorce? What is the role of family members to help avoiding divorce? What are the problems that the children may face after their parents’ divorce? And how can we use these problems to encourage parents to stay together? What are the main factors that would help couples to have a sound marriage with no place for divorce? *Research M*ethods: I will use a survey method to ask some questions related to my topic to conclude the basic causes and solutions of the divorce cases. When I use the survey method, I will get a lot amount of data to build useful information that can help me to conclude the main reasons for divorce and put the best solutions to avoid it. Also, I should be more careful when I contact with people who have experienced it, tell them the purpose of my research, and give them freedom to answer the survey. Whenever I collect information for specific purpose, I should keep it confidential and do not use it for other purposes or make some others use it for their purposes. In addition, I should document the sources of secondary data that I use for my research. Conclusions: From my research, I can find that the divorce is a result of one or more of the following reasons: Conflicts with in-laws and other family members leading to a divorce. Conflict in personal beliefs and opinions. Feeling that living together becomes difficult due to continuous fighting and anger. Love and sentiments that they had when they first married has...
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