Wolchik, et al., 2002 also fails to enumerate conclusively the external problems facing divorced family and divorce related cases were not sufficiently covered. The researchers chose to dwell on internal factors and neglect external factors which closely contribute to the above mentioned problem.From this critique it can therefore be concluded that the research is generalized to mother child relationship and neglects concerns that relate to the father or male figure (father) in society. But even with these, it can be argued that the research is positive and offer insightful information in addressing contemporary issues of stress and negative societal impacts of divorce. It goes without saying that this paper exposes several issues within larger societal paradigm of family living, adolescents’ life, marriage and divorce and subsequently a recommendable reading.In order to eliminate the perceived weaknesses in this study, various recommendations are necessary; these include the research collecting a wide sample of participant to have true and an accurate representation of the articulated problems. Besides, the researchers should adequately address issues of participant confidentiality and privacy so that many participants would be willing to participate in this study. In the face of contemporary society, the researchers should be gender sensitive and therefore providing equal representation of both sexes in their study. It also becomes necessary that the researchers should conduct a similar test at higher age group apart from the teenage group. Six Year Follow up of Preventive Interventions for Children of Divorce.
BibliographyWolchik, S. A., Sandler, I. N., Millsap, R. E., Plummer, B. A., Greene, S. M., Anderson, E. R., et al. (2002). Six Year Follow up of Preventive Interventions for Children of Divorce: A Randomized Control Approach. JAMA 288(15) , 1874-1881.
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