Become your own marriage and family expert by browsing our various materials below on such trending topics as Divorce, Cohabitation, Dating, Fatherhood, Family Structure, Marital Health, and Parenting.
Below are a variety of video resources featuring IFS Experts discussing important marriage and family topics:
IFS senior fellow Laurie DeRose and IFS research fellow Lyman Stone discuss their new report, More Work, Fewer Babies, with Brad Wilcox
Brad Wilcox featured in a new documentary film following five working families across America
Jean Twenge discusses the IFS/Wheatley Institutution report, Teens in Quarantine
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox is quoted in this TV news spot on the divorce rate.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox talks with Professor Eli Finkel, author of The All-or-Nothing Marriage
Psychologist Jean Twenge discusses the latest research on how screen time impacts teens, and offers tips for parents during this pandemic
IFS research fellow Lyman Stone discusses the impact of COVID-19 on fertility rates in a special IFS webinar.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox explains the state of marriage and family life in the United States during his keynote address to the SVDP-St. Louis.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox explains why cohabitation is still not the ideal environment for raising children.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox is interviewed in this segment of The Bolt Report about a recent ABC-Australia article on domestic violence and the church.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox is interviewed about the importance of preparing for marriage in this report by CBN News.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox is interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about how following the "success sequence" (that is, earning at least a high school degree, getting a job, and marrying before having children—in that order) is linked to financial success for Millennials.
IFS senior fellow W. Bradford Wilcox explains the Millennial "success sequence" in 60 seconds in this video produced by the American Enterprise Institute.
Is bachelor life really the good life? Playing the field, traveling the world, and focusing on career sounds better than tying the knot. But is it possible that married men have more sex and make more money than their single counterparts? Brad Wilcox, sociologist at the University of Virginia, explains.
An interview with Brad Wilcox, AEI visiting scholar and director of the National Marriage Project at University of Virginia, on the importance of marriage for social mobility, the growing marriage divide, and how to build successful marriages.
Prof Brad Wilcox discusses the findings of his new study that reveals that the United Kingdom has one the highest rates of family instability in the developed world.
An interview with Brad Wilcox discussing study revealing how marriage helps a man's career.
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