Marriage Research


Resources on this page will help you to find out more about marriage.

  

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

  • KUOW: Marriage in Washington State - This is a public radio discussion on marriage and how it is shaped by living in the Pacific Northwest. Specific issues covered are same-sex marriage, cohabitation, planning for success in marriage, polyamory, as well as immigration and marriage. These stories are largely personal and local not a lot of law is discussed here.(Podcast)

 

COUNSELING AND EDUCATION ON MARRIAGE

 

SOCIETY

  • The PEW Forum on Religion & Public Life - There is some great information on this site relating to society and marriage because it is both a social and religious issue in our country.
  • Traditional Values Coalition - This is the main website of an organization that works to define marriage, family and law on a specific set of values centered around fundamental Christian teaching.
  • Alternatives to Marriage Project - This website is mostly about polyamory and how people of this lifestyle choose to experience their relationships both inside and outside the conventions of marriage. This is a nice place to find out about legal issues facing people who choose not to marry.

 

SAME SEX MARRIAGE

 

HISTORY OF MARRIAGE

 

INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE

  • FindLaw: The Fortieth Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia - Loving v. Virginia is the court case that ended prohibitions against same sex marriages. This article discusses the legacy of the case and how it affects marriage today.
  • Loving Day - Loving Day is a celebration of the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, the court case that helped legalize interracial marriage. This is a great place to get educated on issues facing interracial couples.

 

MARRIAGE, CHILDREN, FAMILY

 

TRADITIONS

 

DIVORCE

  • DivorceNet - DivorceNet claims to be the net's biggest source of information on divorce. Mostly this is a great place to find general advice on divorce.
  • Smartmoney article: Supporting the Ex Husband - This brief and one-sided article discusses how one woman supported her ex-husband after the dissolution of their marriage.

 

MARRIAGE AND WORK

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