Author: Alan J. Hawkins

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How Effective Are Programs Supporting Unmarried, Nonresidential Fathers?

Are Federally Supported Relationship Education Programs Working?

National Survey Reveals Generational Differences in Consensual Non-monogamy 

Viewing Relationship Education through the Lens of Social Poverty

Do Premarital Education Promotion Policies Work?

When Less Is More: Implications of the ‘All-or-Nothing Marriage’ for Relationship Education

Reducing Divorce Through Community-Level Marriage Initiatives

A New Government Study Finds Positive Impacts of Relationship Education Programs

Effective Marriage Preparation for the Next Generation Is More Important Than Ever

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