An Assessment Of Divorce Among Women And Educational Attainment Of Children (A Case Study Of Oredo Local Government Area Of Edo State)

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An Assessment Of Divorce Among Women And Educational Attainment Of Children (A Case Study Of Oredo Local Government Area Of Edo State)


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This study was an assessment of divorce among women and educational attainment of children in Oredo Local Government Area of Edo State.

In carrying out this study, participatory observation and questionnaires were used to collect data for this study. The data collected were analyzed using percentages. The results and the analyzed findings revealed that most of the children who are divorce victims or from divorce homes suffer parental care as a result of living with either the father or the mother.

The researcher went ahead to give a number of recommendations which if adhered to could serve as a check to the rate of divorce in our present day society.


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Frequently Asked Questions


How does parental divorce affect children’s educational attainment?

Previous research has found parental divorce to have negative effects on children’s educational attainment; in addition, it has been noted that the effects of divorce are not the same in all western societies. However, research on Catholic and southern European countries is missing.

How is parental divorce measured?

Parental divorce is measured as divorce that occurred when children were 0 to 17 years old. Factors refer to mothers unless otherwise specified. All factors are measured prior to the divorce interval (i.e., at the time of child’s birth or earlier).

How does family divorce affect family income in adolescents?

The mediating influence of family income is high for all levels of educational attainment (accounting for about 30 to 40 percent of the total effect) but particularly high for college completion among adolescents whose parents divorced (accounting for 67 percent of the effect).

What drives the axis of variation in parental divorce?

One principal axis of variation is race: Studies of parental divorce have consistently documented a stronger association between parental divorce and children’s education for white than for nonwhite children (Amato 2001; McLanahan and Sandefur 1994). 

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