What's wrong with the way sociology journals do "policy implications." With data, examples, and recommendations.
It's vile and inhumane. No one has to tolerate this system of atrocities, and that includes all of us.
Maybe Brad Wilcox didn't want you to follow the links. Here's why.
Generations of applying the "three somethings" formula to a basic idea: the problem with poor people is that they’re doing life wrong.
A review of the Family Inequality record.
I don't favor using delayed parenthood as an approach to poverty reduction. Here's some of the reasons why.
How much would you pay to stop having to listen to rich people tell poor people how to run their families? If my calculations are correct, we can end child poverty for $62 billion per year. Is that a lot? No, it's not. It's $578 per non-poor family -- but (if Twitter analytics are to…
We could lift 3.5 million single mothers (with 7.1 million children) out of poverty by changing the anti-marriage views of selfish, rich, single men.
Growing inequality and changes in family structure make the job of reducing poverty more difficult, and more important.
Giving poor people money -- or in-kind benefits -- to help them survive is not a solution to poverty, it's a treatment for poverty. If we had more decency we'd do more of it.