Leadership skills are, in many contexts—the workplace, schools and classrooms, politics, volunteer organizations, and even within families—fairly recognizable. People who take initiative, who have a vision, and who can strategize, plan, and accomplish goals to achieve their vision are considered good leaders.
Posted on July 14, 2019
Today, approximately 40 to 50% of first marriages and 60% of second marriages end in divorce in the United States.1 Divorce has been a popular topic in research for decades. Numerous studies have documented the greater risks of negative outcomes for individuals and families associated with divorce.
Posted on July 13, 2019
Led by Drs. Erin Holmes and Alan Hawkins, a team of Brigham Young University researchers conducted an FRPN-funded meta-analysis of studies of fatherhood programs targeting unmarried, never married and low-income fathers.
Posted on July 13, 2019
Posted on July 13, 2019
Posted on February 24, 2014
The following list contains various ideas and viewpoints about the topic.
Posted on January 17, 2014
Kristi Williams, associate professor of sociology at The Ohio State University, recently published a brief arguing that it is not necessarily beneficial for single mothers and their children for these women to marry. This in response to concerns over using taxpayer money to encourage marriage as one way to help single mothers and their kids climb out of poverty.
Posted on January 09, 2014