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File Troff document (with manpage macros)Parental involvement, child effort, and the development of immigrant boys’ and girls’ reading and mathematics skills: A latent difference score growth model
U.J. Moon and Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland // Keywords: academic achievement, gender differences, immigrant children, parent involvement, longitudinal study; 2016-006
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File Troff document (with manpage macros)Parenthood and Leaving Home in Young Adulthood
Frances Goldscheider, University of Maryland // Keywords: Nestleaving, parent-child relationships, parenthood, transition to adulthood; 2013-007
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Philip Cohen appears in radio panel discussion
Are women becoming the dominant gender?
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Philip Cohen comments on Americans' dropping divorce rate on NPR
Divorce has become more acceptable, less stigmatized, but also less common
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Philip Cohen comments on American's new marriage trend in NBC News
Social media adds to the pressure of a perfect marriage
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Philip Cohen comments on birth rate anxiety
Less Sex, Fewer Babies, Blame - no, wait . . .
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Philip Cohen comments on birthing age
Highest median age on record
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Philip Cohen comments on declining divorce rate in Michigan in Lansing State Journal
Dropping divorce rate among women age under 45 in Michigan may indicate later but stabler marriage
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Philip Cohen comments on Possible Baby Boom after COVID-19 Quarantine on USA Today
The stay-at-home coronavirus orders are unprecedented in America but the speculation about a possible baby boom afterward has generated heat discussion on social media
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Philip Cohen comments on U.S. women's selectivity in marriage
Well educated women tend to choose long lasting marriages
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