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Subject: Analysis of the Impact of Divorce on British Family and Society: A Survey on the Role of the British Administration
Author: Cao Ruichen
Keyword: single-parent family, divorce, welfare state
Newspapers published: Journal of China Women's University
Issue No. original: No.3, 2012
Rising divorce rates in Britain have challenged family and marriage, with the welfare state and divorce reform of 1969 having played an important role since the end of World War Ⅱ. The divorce rate has brought a series of complicated and serious social problems to modern Britain, and resulted in a proliferation of single-parent families, adversely affecting children's development and social stability. In the face of the marriage and family crisis, the modern British administration has made efforts to reduce the adverse impact of the rising divorce rate.
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