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by W. Bradford Wilcox and Kathleen Kovner Kline
by Kay Hymowitz
by Scott M. Stanley
World Family Map 2014
The ‘dad bod,’ quantified
Our aging population will undermine women’s careers
What it takes to lift families out of poverty
The hands-off grandma
In the field with mom bloggers
Five articles that Bill Coffin recommends from around the web.
Gender and Parenthood: Biological and Social Scientific Perspectives
The Power of Commitment: A Guide to Active, Lifelong Love
The New Unmarried Mom
Marriage and Caste
World Family Map 2013
Summit on Overcoming Poverty
Washington, DC / May 11-13, 2015
Friday Five: Mormons more likely to marry, have more children than other U.S. religious groups, @MikeLipka reports http://t.co/zX84LWiFD7
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