Divorce Its History Legislations and Modern Reality By Samir El-Atar
Author: Samir El-Atar
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
"Divorce: Its History, Legislations, and Modern Reality" by Samir El-Atar is a comprehensive and insightful exploration of the multifaceted aspects of divorce, tracing its historical roots, examining legislative frameworks across cultures, and addressing its contemporary implications. El-Atar, a seasoned researcher, walks readers through the evolution of divorce, offering light on the social, legal, and cultural factors that impact our understanding of this complicated and often painful subject.
Unraveling Divorce's Historical Context
El-Atar embarks on a historical quest to discover the origins of divorce and its evolution across cultures. The book provides readers with a sophisticated understanding of how divorce has been understood and performed throughout different epochs by digging into historical narratives and cultural contexts, adding to a holistic viewpoint on its history.
Legislative Frameworks in Different Cultures
One of the book's strengths is its discussion of divorce in the context of various legal systems and cultural standards. El-Atar investigates the legal structures that govern divorce in many civilizations, stressing the global differences and similarities. The book offers a great resource for those seeking a comparative grasp of divorce laws by studying the legal complexities.
Modern Facts and Social Implications
"Divorce: Its History, Legislations, and Modern Reality" examines the current divorce environment, taking into account the sociological, psychological, and familial ramifications. El-Atar navigates the difficulties of contemporary relationships, providing insights into the elements that contribute to divorce in the current period. The book serves as a guide for understanding the challenges and dynamics that individuals and families encounter after a divorce.