The Implications of Complex Families for Poverty and Child Support Policy [Webinar slides and recording].

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Year Published
2012
Author (Individual)
Cancian, Maria.
Meyer, Daniel R.
Author (Organization)
University of Wisconsin--Madison. Institute for Research on Poverty.
Resource Type
Other
Resource Format
Audio Visual
The first webinar in the 2012-2013 IRP series, The Implications of Complex Families for Poverty and Child Support Policy, was presented by two national experts in the field, Maria Cancian and Daniel R. Meyer. We often think of families with children as including a mother, father, and their children in common. However, about 40 percent of children are now born to unmarried parents, and estimates suggest that more often than not, one or both of these parents will go on to have children with other partners--that is, the mother will go on to have a child with a different father and/or the father will go on to have a child with a different mother. The complex families that result raise important challenges for poverty and child support policy. (Author abstract modified)

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