Poster or Presentation Title

Child of Divorce

Access Type

Open Access

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

April 2019

Department

Communication Studies

Abstract

This research study is qualitative analysis on the effects of divorce on the child. Eight-three anonymous surveys asking questions about the effects of divorce on the offspring were passed out to a Research Methods Communications class, a Intro to Film class,and an Interpersonal Communication class at University of Lynchburg. After conducting this research analysis, there were many surprise when it came to the results and conclusions. Participants in at this college reported that children of divorce will not have positive thoughts on marriage, specifically the female. In addition, the data also reported that divorce will likely cause the child to have depression based on the classification. Based on the parental status, it was reported that children of separated parents believe that divorce can bring the parent and child closer.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Jimmy Roux

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Child of Divorce

This research study is qualitative analysis on the effects of divorce on the child. Eight-three anonymous surveys asking questions about the effects of divorce on the offspring were passed out to a Research Methods Communications class, a Intro to Film class,and an Interpersonal Communication class at University of Lynchburg. After conducting this research analysis, there were many surprise when it came to the results and conclusions. Participants in at this college reported that children of divorce will not have positive thoughts on marriage, specifically the female. In addition, the data also reported that divorce will likely cause the child to have depression based on the classification. Based on the parental status, it was reported that children of separated parents believe that divorce can bring the parent and child closer.