W. Bradford Wilcox | Institute for Family Studies
Family structure accounts for real differences in school conduct and school suspensions, helping explain the racial divide in school discipline rates.
By Steven Kessler on Dec 01, 2019 10:01 pm
Traditionally, the type of men that women wanted to marry embodied all of the classic standards of male achievement: educated, physically fit, the ability to hold down a job. But in 1960, everything changed. A watershed moment produced an oral contraceptive known as “the pill.” No innovation has fundamentally altered the premises of civilization ...
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In this volume, scholars and practitioners write from a variety of worldviews and experiences about how qualitative research and ethnography can help us understand drivers of poverty and barriers to social mobility.