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Research an article from a recent newspaper or magazine that makes the sociological claim of marriage based on quantitative statistics. Summarize the key points focusing on the statistics presented and the author's interpretation of these numbers. Analyze and critique the article providing a reference and a link for the article.

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â?¢ Article: Marriage by the numbers
â?¢ Publisher: CBC/Radio-Canada
â?¢ URL: http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/marriage/
â?¢ Author: CBC Editorial team
â?¢ Year: 2005

The article indicated above has been chosen as it presents sociological claims about marriage based on quantitative statistics. It is not an investigative piece that exposes neither a problem nor a human interest story that presents a life-experience. The article is purely a release of statistical description which becomes the basis of sociological claims. So, what are these claims? The article is divided into 5 main sections, each taking a specific aspect of marriage descriptive data based on the ...

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