Becky Kelleman is a public policy student at Rutgers University's Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. She attended three sessions at the recent Spring Conference.
Authors Scott E. Carrell and Mark Hoekstra find that although children exposed to as-yet-unreported domestic violence reduce the achievement of their classroom peers, these costs disappear completely once the parent reports the violence to the court.
The authors simulate the effects of changes in contraceptive bhavior among unmarried young women and men on rates of nonmarital childbearing, abortion, and child poverty.
As an independent graduate institution, CGU is striking in its global linkages and partnerships, innovative in the ways it teaches, and responsive in its research to social issues and needs.
Featuring 33 papers, this online collection represents a selected cross-section of works first presented at the 2013 Fall Research Conference last November.
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