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Robert

This sits very well with a post I just read at Katy's about a couple breaking off their engagement just before the wedding.
http://everythingiselectric.blogspot.com/2007/08/sometimes-you-have-to-accept-that.html

I'm not sure I understand the leap between decline of marriage and declining social capital. If less people are taking on poor marriages, and if there are other alternatives to marriage for them that make them happier, then surely that's a good thing?

Or am I misunderstanding 'social capital'. just because people are not choosing traditionally sanctioned partnerships, that doesn't mean that they aren't building relationships.

I wonder whether changing 'civil partnerships' to 'marriage' for homosexuals would affect the divorce rate?

alfonso ramos

The figure is not totally accurate. It doesn't take into account global divorce rates which have gone up.


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