The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in the world, with more than 2 million people currently behind bars. How this affects their families is the subject of a new UC Irvine study, which found significant health and behavioral problems in children of incarcerated parents. The most striking finding is that in some cases parental incarceration can be more detrimental to a child’s well-being than divorce or the death of a parent.
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Married, two-parent households not always best for children, UCI researcher concludes.
OC Weekly, Sept. 22, 2015 UCI law school summit addresses problems of “Women and Mass…
Book co-authored by social ecology dean sheds light on the inmate grievance process in California
UCI study finds incarceration more detrimental than divorce or death of mother, father
EVENT: UC Irvine’s Center for Psychology & Law and the Newkirk Center for Science & Society…
Professor is internationally known and widely cited for his research on children and young adults raised in immigrant families of diverse nationalities and socioeconomic classes.
Talk is part of a weeklong schedule of speakers and volunteer opportunities
New UCI study finds minority dropout rates decrease when more fathers are incarcerated.
Students in UC Irvine’s master of urban & regional planning program are finalists in Bank of America’s annual Low-Income Housing Challenge.