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The Role of the Family:
in the Healthy Development of Children
The Importance of Fathers

 

#) Parental Importance to All of Life: 1-2 February 2013, Poll:

85% Parents are the most important factor in determining a child's happiness and success later in life.

5% Firends

3% Siblings

2% teachers

1% others,

5% undecided

The role of Government does not, thereby, intend happiness or success of a child, according to Poll Results. The reason why U.S.A. is a welfare state because the government placed restrictions on job securement and job retention. This is because the government needs a large peasant population to exist. Therefore, we now understand why government is replaced as the role model that belonged to God.

 

Wed. 18 September 2013: 6:55 p.m. went to my first interview of acting and of modeling talent agency. One Source Talent. Took shoe and height measurements and photo. They said they would direct me to their commercial department, and to expect a call back within a week.

Broken families (one parent in home, no parents, thus foster children or formally orphan children).

  • Does the type, timing and consistency of father involvement over time have an effect on child outcomes?

  • At what point in a child’s development does father involvement matter the most?

  • Is father involvement more important to child development in the first year of life or in the later years of life?

  • Is consistent father involvement associated with growth in cognitive and positive socioemotional and behavioral outcomes over time?

  • Does paternal involvement differentiate children with improving outcomes from those with stable or deteriorating outcomes?

  • Do fathers differ from mothers in the timing of their involvement in children’s lives?

  • How does this change as children grow up and as fathers move through various life cycle stages? (DADS.gov).

The Positive Impact of Father Involvement

In a study examining father involvement with 134 children of adolescent mothers over the first 10 years of life, researchers found that father-child contact was associated with better socio-emotional and academic functioning.

Children in father-absent homes are almost four times more likely to be poor. In 2011, 12 percent of children in married-couple families were living in poverty, compared to 44 percent of children in mother-only families.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Children’s Living Arrangements and Characteristics: March 2011, Table C8. Washington D.C.: 2011.

Even after controlling for income, youths in father-absent households still had significantly higher odds of incarceration than those in mother-father families. Youths who never had a father in the household experienced the highest odds.
Source: Harper, Cynthia C. and Sara S. McLanahan. “Father Absence and Youth Incarceration.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 14 (September 2004): 369-397.

 

Born at ST. Joseph’s Hospital, in Silverlake, California, United States of America,  which is about two miles from downtown Los Angeles, California, during the  month of March of the year of  1966.

 
 

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