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The Disenfranchised Father
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Dr. Robert E. Fay discusses the issues of father child relationships. Keywords: fathers; children; divorce; mothers; baby; nurture; custody; visitation; child support; Robert Bork; parenting; unwed; Dr. Mom; Wallerstein and Kelly; stepfathers; stepparents;
Keywords: fathers, children, divorce, mothers, baby, nurture, custody, visitation, child support, Robert Bork, parenting, unwed, Dr. Mom, Wallerstein and Kelly, stepfathers, stepparents,
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2006 journal article on paternity fraud. Keywords: fathers; mothers; children; unwed; child support; courts; custody; default judgments; Bradley Amendment; Kirk Kerkorian; welfare
Keywords: fathers, mothers, children, unwed, child support, courts, custody, default judgments, Bradley Amendment, Kirk Kerkorian, welfare
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Reprinted with permission of the author. Sacks examines the contributions that fathers make to the family and to their children.
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Gladys M. Martinez; NCHS Data Brief; No. 204; June 2015; National Survey of Family Growth; NSFG; Hispanic; black; cohabiting; mothers; children; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; National Center for Health Statistics; United States
Keywords: Gladys M. Martinez, NCHS Data Brief, No. 204, June 2015, National Survey of Family Growth, NSFG, Hispanic, black, cohabiting, mothers, children, Centers for Disease Control and
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