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The Family-to-Prison-or-College Pipeline: Married Fathers and Young Men's Transition to Adulthood

More Crowding, Fewer Babies: The Effects of Housing Density on Fertility

New Research Confirms Having Married Parents Helps Kids Get Ahead

More Money, More Marriage: How Breadwinning Matters for Both Men and Women Today

Contraception in America: Survey Evidence on Women's Contraceptive Attitudes

Less Marriage, Worse Mental Health: The 'Marriage Advantage' in Mental Well-Being

Families Matter to Kids' Mental Health

The Resurgence of the Two-Parent Family

Young Adult Happiness From 1990 to 2022 is Down a Bit. Why?

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