|Source: Kelly, J.B., & Emery, R.E. (2003). Children’s adjustment following divorce: Risk and resilience perspectives. Family Relations, 52, 352-362.
Reviewer: Nicki Dunks , Fall
The best part about this article is that it mentions the different problems that children of divorced parents encounter. This is important because these problems affect the interactions that take place between children and their parents. This article takes things to an extreme, but would be very useful for someone studying the problems that children face while being raised in a single parent household rather than with both parents.
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