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  • Troubled neighborhoods deter some fathers from child involvement

    Environmental factors such as crime and poverty rates in the neighborhood where children live influence nonresident fathers' engagement with their children, suggests a new study by Saijun Zhang, right, and Tamara Fuller, both faculty members in the School of Social Work.

    Environmental factors such as crime and poverty rates in the neighborhood where children live influence nonresident fathers' engagement with their children, suggests a new study by Saijun Zhang, right, and Tamara Fuller, both faculty members in the School of Social Work.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Environmental factors such as crime and poverty rates in the neighborhood where children live influence nonresident fathers' engagement with their children, suggests a new study by Saijun Zhang, right, and Tamara Fuller, both faculty members in the School of Social Work.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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