Stewart Lawrence

Stewart Lawrence

Stewart Lawrence is a trained sociologist and political scientist and a regular columnist for the Washington Times and the Federalist. He is also a former feature contributor to Inside Philanthropy, Counterpunch and the Huffington Post. In 2012 and 2016, he covered the US presidential election campaign for the conservative news magazine Daily Caller. His work has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor and Washington Post.

Contributions by Stewart Lawrence

Unique Challenges Faced by Inter-Ethnic Marriages

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Unique Challenges Faced by Inter-Ethnic Marriages

Can partners with profound differences in their ancestry and cultural backgrounds still marry successfully? Won t love find a way in the end? In theory, ...
Is the Coronavirus Lockdown Spurring More Domestic Violence?

Domestic Violence

Is the Coronavirus Lockdown Spurring More Domestic Violence?

It was bound to happen, domestic violence experts say. A United Kingdom man is accused of killing his wife due to pressures arising from the current COVID ...
The Challenges of Domestic Violence: Relationships Fraught with Peril

Domestic Violence

The Challenges of Domestic Violence: Relationships Fraught with Peril

If domestic violence raises its ugly head, can an intimate partnership be salvaged? Probably not, experts say. Even more than infidelity, violence by one ...
A Perspective on the Increasing Number of Large Age Gap Relationships

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A Perspective on the Increasing Number of Large Age Gap Relationships

As American society ages, psychologists say there s a pressing need for older generations to receive sustenance from youngsters and for those who are young, ...
Can Someone Have an Amicable Divorce? A Remarkable Case Study

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Can Someone Have an Amicable Divorce? A Remarkable Case Study

Divorce for most people conjures up images of bitter feuds and angry discord. But some divorces can be quite amicable indeed, even beneficial not only ...