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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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Michele Dillon. Debating Divorce: Moral Conflict in Ireland. University Press of Kentucky. 1993. 218pp.

Craig A. Everett (editor). The Consequences of Divorce: Economic and Custodial Impact on Children and Adults. Haworth Press. 1992. 345pp.

George Feifer. Divorce: An Oral Portrait. W. W. Norton & Co.. 1995. 322pp.

Esther Oshiver Fisher (editor). Impact of Divorce on the Extended Family. Haworth Press. 1982. 171pp.

Harald Fuess. Divorce in Japan: Family, Gender, and the State, 1600-2000. Stanford University Press. 2004. 226pp.

William J. Goode. World Changes in Divorce Patterns. Yale University Press. 1993. 354pp.

John Mordechai Gottman. What Predicts Divorce? The Relationship Between Marital Processes and Marital Outcomes. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1994. 521pp.

Pierre Hegy; Joseph Martos (editor). Catholic Divorce: The Deception of Annulments. Continuum International Publishing Group. 2000. 230pp.

David Instone-Brewer. Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible: The Social and Literary Context. William B. Eerdmans Publishing. 2002. 355pp.

Leah Leneman. Alienated Affections: The Scottish Experience of Divorce and Separation, 1684-1830. Edinburgh University Press. 1998. 354pp.

J. P. Lichtenberger. Divorce: A Social Interpretation. Whittlesey House/McGraw-Hill. 1931. 472pp.

Glenda Riley. Divorce: An American Tradition. University of Nebraska Press. 1997. 262pp.

Lawrence Stone. Road to Divorce: England, 1530-1987. Oxford University Press. 1990. 460pp.

Lawrence Stone. Broken Lives: Separation and Divorce in England, 1660-1857. Oxford University Press. 1993. 355pp.

Barbara Dafoe Whitehead. The Divorce Culture: Rethinking Our Commitments to Marriage and Family. Vintage Books. 1998. 224pp.



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