March 4, 2015 A contextual characteristics file with Census tract-level data that correspond to the current residence of respondents at each wave (including Years 5 & 9) is now available through our restricted data use contract process.
The Russell Sage Foundation has released three new research briefs on the Great Recession using Fragile Families data. These briefs highlight research by Irwin Garfinkel, Natasha Pilkauskas, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and other FF research associates.
Check out FFCWS presentations at the PAA 2015 Annual Meeting, or visit our exhibit booth to learn more about the study. We're looking forward to seeing you April 30th - May 3rd in San Diego!
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Fragile Families Working Group seminars are open to Princeton and Columbia University graduate students and faculty. Spring seminars will be held on: 2/19, 4/2, 4/16, 4/23, and 5/12. Click here for a list of the upcoming seminars titles.
2014-09-FF "An Epidemiological Study of Children's Exposure to Violence in the Fragile Families Study" by Sara McLanahan, Thema Bryant-Davis, Caroline Holcombe, Sarah James, Tyonna Adams and Anthea Gray
2014-08-FF "Punished for their Fathers: School Discipline Among Children of the Prison Boom" by Wade Jacobsen
2014-07-FF "Nonresident Fathers’ Involvement after a Nonmarital Birth: Exploring Differences by Race/Ethnicity" by Calvina Ellerbe, Jerrett Jones and Marcia Carlson
2014-06-FF "Patterns and Predictors of Coparenting after Unmarried Parents Part" by Julia Goldberg and Marcia Carlson
2014-05-FF "Fathers' Investments of Money and Time across Residential Contexts" by Marcia Carlson, Alicia VanOrman and Kimberly Turner