Hello , thank you for these few answers.
To clarify, we are two behind the avatar, we do our research together. We are at the Catholic University of Louvain- La-Neuve in Belgium (sector: Humans Sciences) and we study this in the context of our university seminar third year. We have already made some observations on Second Life, but to open all the doors of the information we are also trying to find on the forums.
Our study is expected to last throughout the year. Our topic focuses on divorces taking place in Seconf Life. That is to say, people who have been married in the game but have finished divorced in games (at the base we aren’t interested in real life, but only in life in Second Life) . No importance for the duration of their marriage or the name, or if they are still single or relationship in Second Life. Our concerns about divorces in Second Life, why , how is this happening ? .... In our study , we need to find people (to do interviews ) or places (eg law firms if it happens like in real life). In short, our research question is " In virtual worlds such as Second Life , what are the reasons for a divorce between two avatars and what is the impact on the individual ? "