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‘Life Without Father’: Less College, Less Work, and More Prison for Young Men Growing Up Without Their Biological Father

Is Remote Work Behind the Spike in U.S. Birth Rates?

The Power of the Success Sequence for Disadvantaged Young Adults

No Honey, No Baby: The Relational and Economic Factors Associated With Having Children in America

The Mr. & Mrs. Degree: Which Colleges Have the Highest Marriage Rates?

Policy Brief: Exploring Parents' Perspectives on Paid Leave

Who Asked Whom: Does it Matter Who Makes the First Move in a Relationship?

The Decline in Church Attendance in COVID America

Number 2 in 2021: The Religious Marriage Paradox: Younger Marriage, Less Divorce

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