As intimate relationships become more and more disposable,
governments around the world are increasingly concerned about the
changing rates of these personal matters. Can governments influence
the progress of blossoming relationships? Is it possible for them
to encourage couples to work on their intimate relations before
problems arise? Why is marriage the last area of family life to
enter the realm of national family policy? This book examines the
role that governments in the UK, Australia and the US play in
managing policy challenges in response to social changes in
marriage. Elizabeth van Acker analyses marriage education policies
that attempt to foster lasting and satisfying marriages, whilst
examining a range of challenges that governments face in
implementing these policies, including factors such as religion,
romance, gender relations, same-sex marriages and privacy
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Elizabeth Van Acker
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