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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kirill Morozov
Possible Outcomes of Divorce for Well-being of Children
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Despite the fact that the stability of family institution is of top priority for state, divorces in Russia have become more frequent. Earlier, couples tried to save their family and break up in court was rare even in extreme cases, today this judicial procedure turns into a routine. According to the latest statistics released by Rosstat the number of divorces in Russia continues to grow. Thus the immediate aim of the research is to cover the major issues of parental divorce concerning future child development and material security. Though the topic ranks among traditional studies – there are numerous theoretical and empirical works on the study in question – it seems to be always challenging for scholars. The point is that different aspects of well-being of children change in time and it is important therefore to bring investigations up-to-date. This study attempts to become one of such analyses and aims at considering the modern Russian post-divorce child material security and welfare using the latest panel data available, which was brought out by the Independent Institute for Social Policy.

As it has been already said, this research has been conducted in order to shed the light on the possible divorce outcomes for well-being of children, since this is of great importance for child’s development. This study can be divided into 3 main parts. First of all, it is vital to discuss the main theoretical and empirical approaches representing the theoretical basis, which is crucial for further development of the present study. Afterwards, the main research objectives, hypotheses will be presented. Then the description of the research methodology and database will be highlighted. Main results of the analysis and key findings of the research will be discussed in the end of the present paper.

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