Denver, CO (PRWEB) July 17, 2008
International Relations and GoodWife.com announce the most important new initiative since IMBRA. To put to rest many of the nagging and unanswered questions raised by various feminist organizations, and others with ignorant or malicious agendas, the first comprehensive Mail Order Bride Survey is now accepting respondents to address issues of Cross-Cultural Marriage and Divorce. The online URL where the survey may be found is here -- Mail Order Bride Survey on Marriage and Divorce
Survey Design and Construction
While the survey requires only 15 minutes to complete the questions, the survey design required several months of meticulous attention and re-design. It involved professional researchers from three universities - Depaul, Georgia State University, and Notre Dame, as well as review by several notable immigration attorneys and others active in the field of international dating and marriage. Do not be fooled by the economy of questions. With only 20 questions, we will be able to address issues such as:
- Divorce rate of cross-cultural marriages.
- Top 'N' causes of divorce in cross-cultural marriages
- Age difference contribution to divorce rate
- Education level influence on divorce rate
- Income level influence on divorce rate
- Influence of children of a former marriage on divorce rate
- Influence of youth on divorce rate (if younger when married, it increases divorce rate - maybe)
- Mean, Median, Mode of length of cross-cultural marriages that fail
- Influence of short courtship on divorce
- Influence of IMB (International Marriage Broker) on divorce rate
- Many other answers
The 'End Game'
We are currently working with international marriage agencies from across the globe as well as numerous immigration attorneys, to encourage their support in generating a sufficient number of responses. We welcome Men's Rights advocates, Women's Rights organizations, and all others with a vested interest in the results of this survey to disseminate the survey URL to their constituencies and encourage participation.
Once a sufficient number of valid responses are received, results of the survey will be independently validated. Upon certification of the validated results, a final report will be released.