Divorce: A Structural Problem not just a Personal Crisis by ProQuest


Family which is Arab world the basic social unit in the Arab world was also affected by education, economic development and labor market transformations (Badran, 2003; Barakat, 1985; Mogadham, 2003; Rashad et al., 2005). Instead of the husband being the sole bread winner, dual earner marriages became commonplace to keep up with the rising cost of living. Oil revenues facilitated economic growth as well as social development offering free education and health services, as the new wealth was seen as a national asset.

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