01--Divorce:  Technical, Psychological, Sociological, Theory

Ajai, Olawale, ed.  Rights of women and children in divorce.  Toyin Ipaye.  Lagos, Nigeria:  Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 1997.  256p.

Akpinar, Aylin.  Male's honour and female's shame:  gender and ethnic identity constructions among Turkish divorcées in the migration context.  Uppsala, Sweden:  A. Akpinar, 1998.  172p.

Albrecht, Stan L., Howard M. Bahr & Kristen L. Goodman.  Divorce and remarriage:  problems, adaptations, and adjustments.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1983.  211p.

Ambert, Anne-Marie.  Divorce in Canada.  Don Mills, Ontario:  Academic Press Canada, 1980.  235p.

Ames, Andrew.  Marriage, after sex.  Shrewsbury, NJ:  Jared March Publishing Group, 1995.  96p.

Andrew, Jan.  Divorce and the American family.  New York, NY:  F.  Watts, 1978.  138p.

Answer, marital dissolution:  question, what do lawyers, psychologists, mediators, accountants, and judges have in common?  Sponsored by Advanced Legal Education, Hamline University, School of Law.  St. Paul, MN:  The School, c1983.  358p.

Appel, Karen Waggoner.  America's changing families:  a guide for educators.  Bloomington, IN:  Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1985.  45p.

Ardener, Edwin.  Divorce and fertility, an African study.  London:  Published for the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research [by] Oxford University Press, 1962.  171p.  On the Kwiri, African people. 

Arnstein, Helene S.  Introduction by Alfred D.  Buchmueller.  What to tell your child about birth, death, illness, divorce, and other family crises.  In cooperation with the Child Study Association of America.  Indianapolis:  Bobbs-Merrill, 1962.  202p.

Bartlett, George Arthur.  Men, women and conflict;  an intimate study of love, marriage & divorce.  New York, London:  G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1931.  294p.

Binchey, William, et al.  Fusion or fission:  Ireland's option for the family?  Dun Laoghaire, Co.  Dublin, Ireland:  Brandsma Books for the Life Education and Research Network, 1988.  98p.

Bohannan, Paul.  All the happy families:  exploring the varieties of family life.  New York, NY:  McGraw-Hill, 1985.  262p.

Brayshaw, A. J.  Public policy and family life.  London:  Policy Studies Institute, 1980.  74p.

Breitowitz, Irving A.  Between civil and religious law:  the plight of the agunah in American society.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1993.  428p.

Butler, Christine L., et al.  Violence and divorce:  who is at risk?:  clients' and lawyers' safety in family practice.  Boston, MA:  Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1996.  102p.

Carson, William English.  The marriage revolt:  a study of marriage and divorce.  New York, NY:  Hearst's International Library Co., 1915.  481p.

Carter, Hugh, & Paul C. Glick.  Marriage and divorce:  a social and economic study.  Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1970.  451p.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 1976.  508p.

Chapon, Diana.  Divorce and fertility:  a study in rural Java..  Yogyakarta, Indonesia:  Population Institute, Gadjah Mada University, 1976.  115p.

Charlish, Anne.  Divorce.  Austin, TX:  Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1999.  Discusses divorce in today's world and in the past, the effects of divorce upon children and society, and includes case studies. 

Chatterjee, Gladys M.  A consideration of the problems of marriage and divorce and the Royal Commission.  Kennington:  Moore & Tomlinson, 1951.  28p.

Chervin, Ronda.  Holding hands with God:  Catholic women share their stories of courage and hope:  sexual abuse, child's death, hopelessness, widowhood, divorce, miscarriage.  Huntington, IN:  Our Sunday Visitor, 1997.  166p.

Chester, Robert.  Divorce in Europe.  Leiden, Netherlands:  Martinus Nijhoff Social Sciences Division, 1977.  316p.

Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1874-1936).  Brave new family:  G. K. Chesterton on men and women, children, sex, divorce, marriage & the family.  Edited and with an introduction by Alvaro de Silva.  San Francisco:  Ignatius Press, 1990.  279p.

Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.  Divorce versus democracy.  London:  Society of SS. Peter & Paul, 1916.  13p.

Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.  The superstition of divorce.  London:  Chatto & Windus, 1920.  151p.  New York, NY:  John Lane company, 1920.  150p.

Christian, Sandy Stewart.  Working with groups on family issues:  structured exercises for exploring divorce, balancing work and family, family problems, solo parenting, boundaries, intimacy, stepfamilies.  Duluth, MN:  Whole Person Associates, 1997.  184p.

Cockett, Monica, John Tripp.  The Exeter family study:  family breakdown and its impact on children.  Exeter, Enland:  University of Exeter Press, 1994.  96p.

Cohen, Ronald.  Dominance and defiance;  a study of marital instability in an Islamic African society.  Washington, DC:  American Anthropological Association, 1971.  213p.

Connally, Andrew M., & Olan Hicks.  The Connally--Hicks debate on divorce and remarriage:  a four-night oral debate held in Springtown, Texas, November 28-December 1, 1977.  Jonesboro, AR:  National Christian Press, 1979.  368p.

Convers, Duncan.  Marriage and divorce in the United States:  as they are and as they ought to be.  Philadelphia:  J. B. Lippincott Co., 1889.  266p.

Cook, Sherburne Friend (1896-1974).  The conflict between the California Indian and white civilization.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1976.  522p.  Including trends in marriage & divorce.

Cook, Sherburne Friend.  The conflict between the California Indian and white civilization.  Berkeley & Los Angeles:  University of California press, 1943.  4 volumes.  Including in volume 4 the trends in marriage & divorce since 1850.

Copley, Antony R. H.  Sexual moralities in France, 1780-1980:  new ideas on the family, divorce, and homosexuality:  an essay on moral change.  London;  New York, NY:  Routledge, 1989.  283p.

Cseh-Szombathy, László.  The Aftermath of divorce:  coping with family change:  an investigation in eight countries.  Budapest, Hungary:  Akadémiai Kiadó, 1985.  219p.

Day, Henry Cyril.  The new morality;  a candid criticism.  London:  Heath, Cranton, 1924.  126p.

De Soysa, Sharya.  Marriage breakdown and the duty of support:  the experience of South Africa and Sri Lanka.  Colombo, Sri Lanka:  De Soysa, c1984.  190p.

De Vecchi, Paolo.  A discourse on divorce and its shameful abuse.  New York, NY:  Privately printed, 1928.  68p. 

Desingu Setty, Erram.  The Valayar of South India.  New Delhi, India:  Inter-India Publications, 1990.  3 volumes.  Volume 3, “Sex and divorce.”  Originally presented as the author's Ph. D. thesis, Ranchi University, 1976.

DiFonzo, J. Herbie.  Beneath the fault line:  the popular and legal culture of divorce in twentieth-century America.  Charlottesville:  University Press of Virginia, 1997.  248p.

DiFonzo, J. Herbie.  Beneath the fault line:  the popular and legal culture of divorce in twentieth-century America.  Charlottesville:  University Press of Virginia, 1997.  248p.

Dornbusch, Sanford M., & Myra H. Strober.  Feminism, children, and the new families.  New York, NY:  Guilford Press, 1988.  366p.

Dreiser, Theodore.  Hey rub-a-dub-dub:  a book of the mystery and wonder and terror of life.  New York, NY:  Boni and Liveright, 1920.  312p.  Some aspects of our national character, ideals, problems, including marriage & divorce.

DuPree, Susan Fuller.  Effects of on-site school psychotherapy on children of divorce.  Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms International, 1990.  152p.

Economic issues in divorce:  presented March 30, 1990, Sonesta Hotel, downtown Portland.  Portland, ME:  Maine State Bar Association, 1990.  161p.

Economics of divorce:  a collection of papers.  Section of Family Law, American Bar Association.  Chicago:  American Bar Association, 1978.  153p.

Edgar, Donald Ernest, & Margaret Harrison.  Children's participation in divorce.  Melbourne, Australia:  Institute of Family Studies, 1983.  20p.  Papers presented at the Conference of Marriage Counselling Organisations held in Canberra, 16 Feb. 1982.

Eekelaar, John.  Family security and family breakdown.  Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1971.  304p.

Eekelaar, John.  Regulating divorce.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press;  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press, 1991.  190p.

Epstein, Joseph.  Divorce, the American experience.  London:  Cape, 1975.  318p.

Epstein, Joseph.  Divorced in America;  marriage in an age of possibility.  New York, NY:  Dutton, 1974.  318p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  Children of divorce:  developmental and clinical issues.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1989.  348p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  Divorce and remarriage:  international studies.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1997.  228p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  Marital instability and divorce outcomes:  issues for therapists and educators.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1991.  207p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  The Consequences of divorce:  economic and custodial impact on children and adults.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1991.  345p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  The Divorce process:  a handbook for clinicians.  New York, NY:  Haworth  Press, 1987.  261p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  The economics of divorce:  the effects on parents and children.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1994.  166p.

Everett, Craig A., ed.  Understanding stepfamilies:  their structure and dynamics.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1995.  196p.

Everett, Craig A., editor.  Minority and ethnic issues in the divorce process.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1988.  127p.

Farber, Bernard.  Family & kinship in modern society.  Glenview, IL:  Scott, Foresman, 1973.  179p.

Farber, Seymour M., & Roger H. L. Wilson, eds.  Teen-age marriage and divorce;  a symposium.  Berkeley, CA, Diablo Press, 1967.  154p.

Farid, Ibn-i.  A preliminary report of incidence of divorce among Indian Muslims.  New Delhi, India:  The Institute of Objective Studies:  Marketed by Qazi Publishers & Distributors, 1996.  672p.

Farjeon, Herbert, et al.  Sketches from "Nine sharp".  London:  S. French, c1938.  45p.

Fassler, David, Michele Lash & Sally Blakeslee Ives.  Changing families:  a guide for kids and grown-ups.  Burlington, VT:  Waterfront Books, 1988.  179p.

Fielding-Hall, Harold.  The soul of a people.  4th ed.  London, New York, NY:  Macmillan, 1903 (1st ed/ 1898).  314p. A study of the life and belief of the Burmese, including Buddhism, prayer, women, divorce & customs.

Fineman, Martha Albertson.  The illusion of equality:  the rhetoric and reality of divorce reform.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1991.  252p.

Fishbein, Morris, Ruby Jo Reeves Kennedy, eds.  Modern marriage and family living.  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press, 1957.  545p.  Interdisciplinary study, including cultural, racial & sexual issues;  courtship, marriage & divorce.

Fishman, Nathaniel.  Marriage, this business of living together;  the anomalies, curiosities and facts about marriage, divorce and separation in our 48 states.  New York, NY:  Liveright, 1946.  368p.

Fletcher, Ronald.  The shaking of the foundations:  family and society.  London;  New York, NY:  Routledge, 1988.  287p.

Freeman, Rhonda.  Successful family transition:  an evaluation of intervention strategies.  Toronto, Ontario, Canada:  Family Service Association of Metropolitan Toronto, 1995.  88p.

Furstenberg, Frank F., & Andrew J. Cherlin.  Divided families:  what happens to children when parents part.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 1991.  142p.

Gallagher, Maggie.  The abolition of marriage:  how we destroy lasting love.  Washington, DC:  Regnery, 1996.  300p. 

Ganong, Lawrence H., & Marilyn Coleman.  Changing families, changing responsibilities:  Family obligations following divorce and remarriage.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.  203p.

Garber, Marjorie.  Cannibals, witches, and divorce:  estranging the Renaissance.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.  216p.  On divorce literature in & aroung the Renaissance.

Gathorne-Hardy, Jonathan.  Love, sex, marriage, and divorce.  New York;  London:  J. Cape, 1981.  384p.  Marriage, sex & divorce customs.

Gibbons, Alice May.  Divorce & divorce factors:  subject analysis & research index with bibliography.  Washington, DC:  ABBE Publishers Association, 1987.  147p.

Gillis, Phyllis L.  Days like this:  a tale of divorce.  New York, NY:  McGraw-Hill, 1986.  302p.  Divorce & case studies on equitable distribution of marital property.

Gold, Judith H., ed.  Divorce as a developmental process.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, 1988.  166p.

Goode, William Josiah.  Women in divorce.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1978 (1st print 1956).  381p. 

Goode, William Josiah.  World changes in divorce patterns.  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1993.  354p.

Goodman, Arnold Goodman, Baron.  Not for the record:  selected speeches and writings.  New York, NY:  Norton, 1972.  172p.  Mostly having to do with Great Britain, including “Divorce reform.”

Gordon, Augusta.  Turn off the peas, I'm leaving.  London:  Tom Stacey Ltd, 1972.  89p.  On divorced women in Great Britain.

Gordon, Michael, ed.  The American family in social-historical perspective.  New York, NY:  St.  Martin's Press, 1973.  428p.  Several articles including “Divorce in the progressive era” by W. L. O'Neill.

Griffith, Edward Fyfe.  Marriage and the unconscious.  London:  Secker & Warburg, 1957.  221p.

Grossbard-Shechtman, Shoshana.  On the economics of marriage:  a theory of marriage, labor, and divorce.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1993.  349p.

Groves, Ernest Rutherford.  Conserving marriage and the family;  a realistic discussion of the divorce problem.  New York, NY:  Macmillan, 1944.  138p.

Grundy, Emily M. D.  Longitudinal study:  women's migration:  marriage, fertility, and divorce.  Emily M. D. Grundy.  London:  H.M.S.O., 1989.  42p.

Guttmann, Josef.  Divorce in psychosocial perspective:  theory and research.  Hillsdale, NJ:  L. Erlbaum Associates, 1993.  256p.

Hackstaff, Karla B.  Marriage in a culture of divorce.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 1999.

Hahlo, H. R., ed.  Studies on divorce.  Law Reform Commission of Canada.  Ottawa:  Information Canada, 1975.  329p.  On the Reform of the Divorce Act, 1968 and children of divorcing spouses.

Haigh, F. H.  Divorce, abortion, homosexuality.  Auckland, New Zealand:  New Zealand Democratic Rights Council, c196?.  35p.

Halkett, John G.  Milton and the idea of matrimony;  a study of the divorce tracts and Paradise Lost.  New Haven, Yale University Press, 1970.  162p.

Hamilton, Cosmo.  Everyman to his wife:  in which the causes for unhappiness in married life and the reasons for the necessity of a wider and more humane Divorce Bill are set out.  London:  Hutchinson & Co., 1938.  246p.

Hammerton, A. James.  Cruelty and companionship:  conflict in nineteenth-century married life.  London;  New York, NY:  Routledge, 1992.  236p.

Hansen, Marianne Nordli.  Class and inequality in Norway:  the impact of social class origin on education, occupational success, marriage and divorce in the post-war generation.  Oslo, Norway:  Institute for Social Research, 1995.  319p.

Harmon, Nolan Bailey.  Is it right or wrong? Sunday amusements, marriage and divorce, investment and gambling, church vs.  state, war, capital vs. labor.  Nashville, TN:  Cokesbury Press, c1938.  231p.

Harris, Louis.  Love, marriage and divorce in history and law.  Boston, MA:  Stratford, 1930.  150p.

Hart, Henry Harper.  Conceptual index to psychoanalytic technique and training.  Croton-on-Hudson, NY:  North River Press, 1972.  5 volumes.  1584p.  Including volume 4, “Marriage and divorce to repetition.”

Hart, Nicky.  When marriage ends:  a study in status passage.  London:  Tavistock Publications, 1976.  277p.

Haynes, Edmund Sidney Pollock, & Derek Walker-Smith.  Divorce and its problems.  London:  Methuen & Co., 1935.  183p.

Henderson, Ronald W., ed.  Parent-child interaction:  theory, research, and prospects.  New York, NY:  Academic Press, 1981.  335p.

Heyn, Dalma.  Marriage shock:  the transformation of women into wives.  New York, NY:  Villard, 1997.  206p.

Hine, James R.  Alternative to divorce;  a study manual to be used by marriage counselors and couples attempting to solve serious marital problems.  2d ed.  Danville, IL, The Interstate, 1957.  62p.

Hirschon, Renée, ed.  Women and property--women as property.  New York, NY:  St.  Martin's Press, 1983.  222p.  Gender relations, Islamic law, East Africa, India, Portugal, Tuerkey, the exchange of women and property.

Honeyman, Madeleine, et al.  Marital disruption in later life:  papers.  Ottawa, Canada:  National Advisory Council on Aging, 1994.  63p.

Howard, John, & Graham Shepherd.  Conciliation, children, and divorce:  a family systems approach..  London:  B.T.  Batsford in association with British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, 1987.  164p.

Hunt, Morton M.  The world of the formerly married.  New York, NY:  McGraw-Hill, 1966.  326p.

Hunt, Morton M., & Bernice Hunt.  The divorce experience.  New York, NY:  McGraw-Hill, 1977.  306p.

Inker, Monroe L.  Inker on divorce:  1984 MCLE expert in residence course materials.  Boston, MA:  Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1984.  200p.

Ireland, Gordon, & Jesús de Galindez.  Divorce in the Americas.  Buffalo, NY:  Dennis & Co., 1947.  306p.

Isaacs, Marla Beth, Braulio Montalvo & David Abelsohn.  The difficult divorce:  therapy for children and families.  New York, NY:  Basic Books, 1986.  302p.

Ishwaran, Karigoudar, ed.  Marriage and divorce in Canada.  Toronto, Canada;  New York, NY:  Methuen, 1983.  341p.

Jacobson, Gerald F.  The multiple crises of marital separation and divorce.  New York, NY:  Grune & Stratton, 1983.  357p.

Jacobson, Paul Harold.  American marriage and divorce.  New York, NY:  Rinehart, 1959.  188p.

James, Larry A.  Pioneers of the Six Bulls:  the Newton County, Missouri.  Neosho, MO:  L. A. James, 1986-1989.  10 volumes.  Various records including volume 4, “Divorce and naturalization records.”

Johnsen, Julia Emily, ed.  Selected articles on marriage and divorce.  New York, NY:  The H. W. Wilson Company, 1925.  293p.

Jones, Rex L., & Shirley Kurz Jones.  The Himalayan woman:  a study of Limbu women in marriage and divorce.  Palo Alto, CA:  Mayfield Pub. Co., 1976.  155p.

Kaslow, Florence Whiteman.  The dynamics of divorce:  a life cycle perspective.  New York, NY:  Brunner/Mazel, 1987.  329p.

Kitson, Gay C.  Portrait of divorce:  adjustment to marital breakdown.  With William M.  Holmes.  New York, NY:  Guilford Press, 1992.  438p.

Larson, David B., James P. Swyers & Susan S. Larson.  The costly consequences of divorce:  assessing the clinical, economic, and public health impact of marital disruption in the United States:  a research-based seminar.  Rockville, MD:  National Institute for Healthcare Research, 1995.  282p.

Lasch, Christopher.  The world of nations:  reflections on American history, politics, and culture.  New York, NY:  Knopf, 1973.  348p.  Many diverse articles like the “Origins of the asylum,”  “Divorce and the decline of the family” & “The woman reformer’s rebuke.”

Lawrence, Candida.  Reeling & writhing.  Aspen, CO:  MacMurray & Beck, 1994.  345p.  Case studies, divorced mothers, kidnapping in the United States.

Layish, Aharon.  Divorce in the Libyan family:  a study based on the sijills of the shari`a courts of Ajdabiyya and Kufra.  Foreword by Norman Anderson.  New York, NY:  New York University Press;  Jerusalem:  Magnes Press, the Hebrew University, 1991.  236p.

Layish, Aharon.  Marriage, divorce, and succession in the Druze family:  a study based on decisions of Druze arbitrators and religious courts in Israel and the Golan Heights.  Leiden, Netherlands:  Brill, 1982.  474p.  Domestic relations, marriage & divorce customs & law in Israel.

Lee, Margaret (1841-1914).  Divorce.  New York, NY:  J.W.  Lovell, 1882.  411p.

Leonard, Diana, & Sheila Allen.  Sexual divisions revisited.  New York, NY:  St.  Martin's Press, 1991.  Conference on Sexual Divisions and Society (1974:  University of Aberdeen).  198p.

Lichtenberger, James Pendleton (1870-1953).  Divorce;  a social interpretation.  New York, London:  Whittlesey house, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1931.  New York, NY:  Arno Press, 1972 [1st printed c1931].  472p.

Lichtenberger, James Pendleton (1870-1953).  Divorce;  a study in social causation.  New York, NY:  Columbia University, 1909.  230p.  New York, NY:  AMS Press, 1968.  230p.

Manting, Dorien.  Dynamics in marriage and cohabitation:  an inter-temporal, life course analysis of first union formation and dissolution.  Amsterdam, Netherlands:  Thesis Publishers, 1994.  223p.

Martin, Edward Sandford (1856-1939).  In a new century.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries Press, 1971 (1st 1908).  377p.  Articles including “Divorce” & “Woman suffrage.”

McGregor, Oliver Ross.  Divorce in England;  a centenary study.  London:  Heinemann, 1957.  220p.  Regarding the Matrimonial Causes Act, 1950.

Menefee, Samuel Pyeatt.  Wives for sale:  an ethnographic study of British popular divorce.  New York, NY:  St.  Martin's Press, 1981.  336p.

Montgomery, John Warwick.  Slaughter of the innocents:  abortion, birth control, and divorce in light of science, law, and theology.  Westchester, IL:  Cornerstone Books, 1981.  128p.

Mowrer, Ernest Russell.  Family disorganization;  an introduction to a sociological analysis.  New York, NY:  Arno Press, 1972 (1st c1927).  317p.  Including analysis of divorce.

Mulligan, William G., ed.  Matrimonial matters:  what the general practitioner should know about the latest developments under New York divorce law.  New York, NY:  Practising Law Institute, 1974.  344p.  1975, 376p.  1976, 400p.

Murch, Mervyn.  Justice and welfare in divorce.  London:  Sweet & Maxwell, 1980.  307p.

Neely, Richard.  The divorce decision:  the legal and human consequences of ending a marriage.   New York, NY:  McGraw-Hill, 1984.  207p.

O'Neill, William L.  Divorce in the progressive era.  New Haven, Yale University Press, 1967.  295p.

Oppenheimer, Helen.  The marriage bond.  Leighton Buzzard:  Faith Press, 1976.  110p.

Orbuch, Terri L., ed.  Close relationship loss:  theoretical approaches.  New York, NY:  Springer-Verlag, 1992.  233p.  Loss psychology, anxiety, separation & divorce.

Pam, Alvin, & Judith Pearson.  Splitting up:  enmeshment and estrangement in the process of divorce.  Foreword by James F. Masterson.  New York, NY:  Guilford Press, 1998.  448p.

Parker, William Riley (1906-1968).  Milton's contemporary reputation;  an essay, together with A tentative list of printed allusions to Milton (1641-1674), and facsimile reproductions of five contemporary pamphlets written in answer to Milton.  New York, NY:  Haskell House Publishers, 1971.  299p.  Including “An answer to The doctrine and discipline of divorce, 1644.”

Paterson, John G., James C. Hackler & Judith Emily Beach.  To have or to let go:  the challenge of conciliation:  an evaluation report on the Edmonton Family Court Conciliation Project for the Department of National Health and Welfare, Welfare Grants Directorate.  Edmonton, Canada:  [n.p.] 1974.  183p.

Perlette, John M.  Milton, Ascham, and the rhetoric of the divorce controversy.  Chicago, IL:  University of Chicago, 1976.  152p.  Ph. D. thesis, University of Chicago.

Phillips, John Burton.  The increase of divorce.  Boulder, CO:  1907.  216p.

Phillips, Roderick.  Divorce in New Zealand:  a social history.  Auckland, New Zealand;  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press, 1981.  154p.

Pineo, Peter Camden.  Dyadic and change analysis in a study of marriage and divorce.  n.p., n.d., c1960.  Thesis at University of Chicago.

Popenoe, David, & Barbara Dafoe Whitehead.  “The state of our unions:  the social health of marriage in America.”  The National Marriage Project, Rutgers University, 1999.

Post, Louis Freeland.  Ethical principles of marriage and divorce.  Chicago:  The Public Publishing Co., c1906.  138p.

Rheinstein, Max.  Marriage stability, divorce, and the law.  Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1972.  482p.

Riley, Glenda.  Divorce an American tradition.  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press, 1991.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1997.  262p.

Robillard, James Homer.  Abortion, divorce, vasectomy, extra-marital affairs, concubinage, promiscuity, sexuality, and their impact upon the management of the firm.  Albuquerque, N.M.:  Institute for Economic & Financial Research, 1980.  36p.

Robinson, John Leonard Richard.  Divorce costs.  London:  Solicitors' Law Stationery Society, 1951.  51p.

Rood, Royal Davenport.  Matrimonial shoals.  Detroit, MI:  Detroit Law Book Company, c1939.  424p.  Many problems of marriage, included a lawyer’s tabulated analysis of 270,000 divorces.

Ruth, Eversley.  Divorce, window on the gender war.  Subiaco, WA:  Evergreen and Associates, 1987.  165p.

Schram, Janice M. La Vine.  A study of the duration of personality factors related to birth order as measured by mid-to-late-life divorce.  Ph. D. thesis, The Professional School for Humanistic Studies, 1981.  Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms International, 1981.  117p.

Schroeder, Clarence Wesley.  Divorce in a city of 100,000 population.  Peoria, IL:  [n.p.] 1939.  129p.

Selderhuis, Herman J.  Marriage and divorce in the thought of Martin Bucer.  Translated by John Vriend and Lyle D. Bierma.  Kirksville, MO:  Thomas Jefferson University Press at Truman State University, 1999.  406p.

Simpson, Bob.  Changing families:  an ethnographic approach to divorce and separation.  Oxford;  New York, NY:  Berg, 1998.  181p.

Smart, Carol.  The ties that bind:  law, marriage, and the reproduction of patriarchal relations.  London;  Boston:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984.  273p.

Sugarman, Stephen D., & Herma Hill Kay.  Divorce reform at the crossroads.  Foreword by Franklin E. Zimring.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1990.  286p.

Tiemann, Adrian R., Bruce L. Danto & Stephen Viton Gullo.  Divorce shock:  perspectives on counseling and therapy.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1992.  188p.

Volgy, Sandra Sue, ed.  Women and divorce/men and divorce:  gender differences in separation, divorce, and remarriage.  New York, NY:  Haworth Press, 1991.  230p.

Vu, The-Ngoc.  Role conflict and divorce in the Vietnamese American community.  San Jose, CA:  International Books, 1997.

Wagner, Viqi, & Karin L. Swisher, eds.  The Family in America:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1992.  264p.  Presents differing views on such family-related topics as reproduction, divorce, working mothers, etc.

Walker, Mary Edwards.  Hit.  New York, NY:  The American News Company, c1871.  177p.  Love & marriage, dress reform, tobacco, temperance & other vogue topics.

Waller, Willard (1899-1945).  On the family, education, and war;  selected writings.  Edited by William J. Goode, Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., & Larry R.  Mitchell.  Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1970.  359p.  Including several chapters on marriage problems & divorce.

Wallerstein, Judith S., & Joan Berlin Kelly.  Surviving the breakup:  how children and parents cope with divorce.  New York, NY:  Basic Books, 1980.  341p.

Wallerstein, Judith S., & Sandra Blakeslee.  Second chances:  men, women, and children a decade after divorce.  New York, NY:  Ticknor & Fields, 1989.  329p.

Weitzman, Lenore J., & Mavis Maclean.  Economic consequences of divorce:  the international perspective.  Oxford, England:  Clarendon Press;  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press, 1992.  443p.

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