The Institute for Family Studies (IFS) is dedicated to strengthening marriage and family life, and advancing the well-being of children, through research and public education.
by W. Bradford Wilcox and Kathleen Kovner Kline
by Kay Hymowitz
by Scott M. Stanley
World Family Map 2014
Will the U.S. birthrate recover?
How the Census Bureau defines “family”
What both sides get wrong about single-earner families
Childhood food insecurity: especially vulnerable populations
Stay-at-home parents: economics and fairness
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
Home Truths: Why Marriage and Family Matter
Anaheim, CA / January 24, 2015
Friday Five: In 2014, an estimated 16 million children, or about one in five, received food stamp assistance http://t.co/62Q1Yaa2EO
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