Divorce demography is the measurement of the frequency of marriage and divorce. It is most commonly measured in three different ways: the current marriage to current divorce ratio, the crude divorce rate, and the refined divorce rate.
The current marriage to current divorce ratio measures the divorce rate by comparing the number of marriages to the number of divorces in a given year.
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