Family Structure

Family structure refers to the composition of children and parental figures in a family. Family complexity is used to describe families that are not composed only of two biological parents and their joint children and in which neither parent has experienced multiple-partner fertility.

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Satisfaction with Placement Arrangements Among Divorced Wisconsin Families with Sole Mother and Shared Placement Orders

  • Lawrence M. Berger, Quentin H. Riser, Judith Bartfeld, and Trisha Chanda
  • Report
  • June 2021
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Supporting the Inclusion of Fathers in Child and Family Services

  • Tova Walsh, Kaleem Caire, Darryl Davidson, and Nucha Isarowong
  • Webinar
  • March 24 2021
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Increasing Engagement of Fathers in Services Through Father-Specific Programming

  • Tova Walsh, Darryl Davidson, Brooks Griffin, and Jennifer Bellamy
  • Webinar
  • December 2 2020
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Sarah Halpern-Meekin on “Social Poverty”

  • Sarah Halpern-Meekin
  • Podcasts
  • April 2020
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Strategies for engaging fathers in family services

  • Fast Focus Policy Brief
  • March 2020
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Many Rural Americans Are Still “Left Behind”

  • Fast Focus Policy Brief
  • January 2020