Marriage and divorce represent one of the most dominant forces in national social interactions and of the modern day. In US popular culture the divorce rate has been the subject of media discussions and generally societal for a decade, and with it comes supposed justification for a myriad of social change arguments and debates.
For this piece, I briefly outline the makings of a simple system dynamics model that aims to reproduce the marriage and divorce rate through simple stocks and flows, and with particular attention paid to basic population dynamics in the period from the year 2000 to the year 2014. I propose that much of the explanation for variance in [...]
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