EVALUATING THE RISING TRENDS OF DIVORCES WITHIN MALAYSIAN COMMUNITY
Keywords:divorce, trends, discrimination, lack of education, economic factors
The concerned research evaluates the increasing divorce trends among the Malaysian community and seeks to highlight the main reason behind it. In research background, earlier situations and comparative displays of societal values and factors behind divorce have been provided. It has shown the present situation in Malaysia behind continuous divorce cases. It has also shown specific details related to factors and reasons for rising divorce trends along with female and male discrimination in the society. A brief has been provided in the methodology section to understand the tools this research used to evaluate the divorce trends such as secondary research. Lastly, key research findings have described the relationship between lack of education and increased divorce rate, role of economic factors in influencing increased divorce rate and others for enhancing the main views.
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