ns that people can get ever closer to their idols and spend considerable amount of their savings to imitate them (‘Celebrity’s impact on the media’, 5). As this paper intends to research on the impact of celebrity culture on society with an analysis of divorce rates in celebrity rates and its possible impacts; it is important to mention that in societies, where rates of divorce are high, and where the future of the nuclear family is in doubt, celebrities are notable ‘significant others’ in the public management of emotions (Rojek, 70).
According to Kothari (2008) research is a scientific and systematic process of finding answers to the questions and analyzing the findings to propose certain recommendations for future studies. As divorce is a social and intrigue topic, it is evident that the incident is increasing. The impact of celebrity is evident in every sect of lives and it is noteworthy that people follow their lifestyles and way of living. Therefore it is hypothetically assumed that the incidence of divorce among celebrity couples does influence the lives of common people. Most instances of action research in social studies have focused on methods courses and field studies (Barton, 77).
In order to test the hypothesis, quantitative approach of research will be used to get information from divorced single parents, both male and female, equally while qualitative approach will implemented by focusing on younger people below the age of 35 to 40 years. Descriptive research techniques will be employed by preparing a detailed questionnaire to be filled in by the respondents while analytical research techniques will be used to make assumptions, analysis and evaluate the findings which will lead to the conclusion. The United States of America is aptly selected for this study because of the Hollywood, its culture, and tops the list of divorce rate with 4.95 per 1000 people (Divorce Rate) and nearly 50 percent of Americans divorce at some point in their life