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 ====1.1 Related American Demographics==== ====1.1 Related American Demographics====
  
-According to the General Social Surveys (GSS), 12 percent of adults who attended religious services at least monthly and lived in an intact family through adolescence have ever been picked up or charged by police, compared to 21 percent of adults who attended religious services less than monthly and lived in a non-intact family as adolescents.((This chart draws on data collected by the General Social Surveys, 1972-1987. The sample size averaged 1,500 each year. No GSS was conducted in 1979 or 1981. \\ Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, "​Intergenerational Links to Being Picked Up or Charged by Police: Religious Attendance and Family Structure,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF09F72.pdf]])) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF09F72.pdf|Chart]] Below)+According to the General Social Surveys (GSS), 12 percent of adults who attended religious services at least monthly and lived in an intact family through adolescence have ever been picked up or charged by police, compared to 21 percent of adults who attended religious services less than monthly and lived in a non-intact family as adolescents.((This chart draws on data collected by the General Social Surveys, 1972-1987. The sample size averaged 1,500 each year. No GSS was conducted in 1979 or 1981. \\ Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, "​Intergenerational Links to Being Picked Up or Charged by Police: Religious Attendance and Family Structure,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-55-57-167.pdf]])) (See [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-55-57-167.pdf|Chart]] Below)
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF09F72.pdf|{{ :picked_up_or_charged_by_police_religion_and_fs.png?500 |Percent Who Have Ever Been Picked Up or Charged by Police}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-55-57-167.pdf|{{ :picked_up_or_charged_by_police_by_family_structure_and_religious_practice.jpg?500 |Percent Who Have Ever Been Picked Up or Charged by Police}}]]
  
 =====2. Child Development===== =====2. Child Development=====
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 ====2.1 Related American Demographics==== ====2.1 Related American Demographics====
  
-According to the General Social Surveys (GSS), 10 percent of adults who lived in an intact family as adolescents have ever been picked up or charged by police, compared to 17 percent of those who lived in a non-intact family.((This chart draws on data collected by the General Social Surveys, 1972-1987. The sample size averaged 1,500 each year. No GSS was conducted in 1979 or 1981. \\ Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, "​Intergenerational Links to Being Picked Up or Charged by Police:​Family Structure,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF09F58.pdf]])) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF09F58.pdf|Chart]]).+According to the General Social Surveys (GSS), 10 percent of adults who lived in an intact family as adolescents have ever been picked up or charged by police, compared to 17 percent of those who lived in a non-intact family.((This chart draws on data collected by the General Social Surveys, 1972-1987. The sample size averaged 1,500 each year. No GSS was conducted in 1979 or 1981. \\ Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, "​Intergenerational Links to Being Picked Up or Charged by Police:​Family Structure,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-55-57-167.pdf]])) (See [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-55-57-167.pdf|Chart]]).
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF09F58.pdf|{{ :intergenerational_links_to_being_picked_up_or_charged_by_police_family_structure.png?400 |Percent Who Have Ever Been Picked Up or Charged by Police}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-55-57-167.pdf|{{ :picked_up_or_charged_by_police_by_family_structure.jpg?500 |Percent Who Have Ever Been Picked Up or Charged by Police}}]]
  
-The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth showed that 5 percent of youths who grew up in an intact married family had ever been arrested, followed by youths from married stepfamilies and families with intact cohabiting partners (8 percent), single divorced parent families (9 percent) and cohabiting stepfamilies and always single parent families (13 percent).((Patrick F. Fagan and Scott Talkington, "'​Ever Been Arrested'​ by Current Religious Attendance and Structure of Family of Origin,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11D19.pdf]])) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11D19.pdf|Chart]] Below)+The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth showed that 5 percent of youths who grew up in an intact married family had ever been arrested, followed by youths from married stepfamilies and families with intact cohabiting partners (8 percent), single divorced parent families (9 percent) and cohabiting stepfamilies and always single parent families (13 percent).((Patrick F. Fagan and Scott Talkington, "'​Ever Been Arrested'​ by Current Religious Attendance and Structure of Family of Origin,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-102.pdf]])) (See [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-102.pdf|Chart]] Below)
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11D19.pdf|{{ :ever_been_arrested_by_structure_of_family_of_origin.png?500 |"Ever Been Arrested"​}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-102.pdf|{{ :arrests_by_family_structure.jpg?500 |"Ever Been Arrested"​}}]]
 =====3. Forming Attachments===== =====3. Forming Attachments=====
  
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 ====3.1 Related American Demographics==== ====3.1 Related American Demographics====
  
-According to the Adolescent Health Survey, adolescents who live in an intact married family are less likely to steal than those living in step-families,​ those whose parents are divorced, or those raised by cohabiting parents.((This chart draws on a large national sample (16,000) from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. This work was done by the author in cooperation with former colleagues at The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C. \\ Patrick F. Fagan, "​Family Structure and Theft,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF08J04.pdf]])) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF08J04.pdf|Chart]]) ​+According to the Adolescent Health Survey, adolescents who live in an intact married family are less likely to steal than those living in step-families,​ those whose parents are divorced, or those raised by cohabiting parents.((This chart draws on a large national sample (16,000) from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. This work was done by the author in cooperation with former colleagues at The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C. \\ Patrick F. Fagan, "​Family Structure and Theft,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-22-24-156.pdf]])) (See [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-22-24-156.pdf|Chart]]) ​
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF08J04.pdf|{{ :family_structure_and_theft.png?500 |Theft by Family Structure}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-22-24-156.pdf|{{ :theft_by_family_structure.jpg?500 |Theft by Family Structure}}]]
  
-The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth showed that 12 percent of adults who grew up with both biological parents married committed assault in their lifetime, followed by those who grew up in an intact, cohabiting family (14 percent), those who grew up in a divorced single-parent family (22 percent), those who grew up in a married stepfamily (23 percent), those who grew up in an alternate family structure [i.e. with grandparents,​ in foster homes, etc.] (26 percent), those who grew up with an always-single parent (29 percent), and those who grew up in a cohabiting stepfamily (34 percent).((Patrick F. Fagan and Scott Talkington, "'​Ever Assaulted Someone'​ by Current Religious Attendance and Structure of Family of Origin,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11H11.pdf]])) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11H11.pdf|Chart]]) ​+The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth showed that 12 percent of adults who grew up with both biological parents married committed assault in their lifetime, followed by those who grew up in an intact, cohabiting family (14 percent), those who grew up in a divorced single-parent family (22 percent), those who grew up in a married stepfamily (23 percent), those who grew up in an alternate family structure [i.e. with grandparents,​ in foster homes, etc.] (26 percent), those who grew up with an always-single parent (29 percent), and those who grew up in a cohabiting stepfamily (34 percent).((Patrick F. Fagan and Scott Talkington, "'​Ever Assaulted Someone'​ by Current Religious Attendance and Structure of Family of Origin,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-106.pdf]])) (See [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-106.pdf|Chart]]) ​
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11H11.pdf|{{ :ever_assaulted_someone_by_structure_of_family_of_origin.png?500 |"Ever Assaulted Someone"​}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-106.pdf|{{ :assaulted_someone_by_family_structure.jpg?500 |"Ever Assaulted Someone"​}}]]
  
-Analysis of the Adolescent Health Survey showed that youth who lived in an intact married family were least likely to get into a fight.((This chart draws on a large national sample (16,000) from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. This work was done by the author in cooperation with former colleagues at The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C. \\ Patrick F. Fagan, "​Family Structure and Fighting,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF15A11.pdf]])) (See [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF15A11.pdf|Chart]])+Analysis of the Adolescent Health Survey showed that youth who lived in an intact married family were least likely to get into a fight.((This chart draws on a large national sample (16,000) from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. This work was done by the author in cooperation with former colleagues at The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C. \\ Patrick F. Fagan, "​Family Structure and Fighting,"​ Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-13-15-153.pdf]])) (See [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-13-15-153.pdf|Chart]])
  
-[[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF15A11.pdf|{{ :a_consolidation_of_mapping_americas_family_structure_live_and_let_live_fighting.png?500 |Ever Got into a Fight}}]]+[[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-13-15-153.pdf|{{ :adolescent_who_have_been_in_a_fight_by_family_structure.jpg?500 |Ever Got into a Fight}}]]
  
 =====4. School Adjustment and Achievement===== =====4. School Adjustment and Achievement=====