I would suggest you use 3 methods to get this
information: 1) look in the marketing area of
extensive offline bookstores and online as well.
2) e/mail people who have sites or who might
be able to network online to find the right
professional who could direct you to the information.
3) And here are a FEW sites where you can start:
Researching takes a lot of time and so I will
have to give you a place to start digging. I
have enclosed the web sites in parenthesis. Of
course don't type the parenthesis; also i will
give you some search terms to use and please
type them just the way I give them with the
search engines recommended:
First: E/mail this contact at Journal Advancing
Consumer Interest: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask if they know of any particular person who
might have the info you need.
Next: try these sites: (www.consumer.gov/about.htm)
(www.miningco.com) do a search for divorce on
And one of the best sites on divorce where you
can begin networking to find the info is
If you do any websearches try the following
search engines: (www.dogpile.com) and (www.
nothernlight.com) On these engines use the
following boolean search terms.Please type it
just the way I list including quotation marks.
My recommendation: as a newbie learn how to do
boolean searches. Ok here are the terms:
"marital status" +"spending habits"
(make sure to put the plus sign right next to
the quotation mark;don't leave spaces)
Ok you are on your own...
not sure if I will do a research manual yet...
but consider this a Random Act of Kindness.
Good luck Tim.