To evaluate this impact the authors draw on marital status data in service personnel records to estimate trends in marriage and marital dissolution between 1996 and 2005 and the specific effects of time deployed to afghanistan and iraq on subsequent risk of ending a marriage the results generally run counter to expectations. In the concluding chapter of their edited volumethe organization family work and family linkages in the us military bowen and orthner 1989 characterized the militarys family support programs as largely reactive developed primarily in response to specific problems and their symptoms p 180the underlying problem they argued was the lack of any articulated theory of how . Families under stress an assessment of data theory and research on marriage and divorce in the military karney benjamin r crown john s 9780833041456 books . Assessment of data theory and research on marriage and divorce in the military note prepared for the office of the secretary of defense access use copy restrictions unspecified reproduction electronic reproduction sl hathitrust digital library 2010 format master and use copy digital master created according to benchmark for . Families under stress an assessment of data theory and research on marriage and divorce in the military in surveys and qualitative studies spouses of service members strongly endorse this view describing their belief that the demands of military service and deployments in particular lead to divorce the assumption behind such statements is that the stresses associated with lengthy
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