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 =====1. Index of Belonging===== =====1. Index of Belonging=====
  
-Tennessee has a Family Belonging Index of 39.5 percent. In other words, 39.5 percent of Tennessee teenagers aged 15 to 17 have lived with their always-married parents since their birth, whereas 65.5 percent of these adolescents were raised in a non-intact family. Tennessee ranks 43rd on the [[state_of_the_family_across_the_states|state ranking]] of the Index of Belonging and Rejection.((This entry draws heavily from original research found in [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF12A45.pdf|Index of Family Belonging and Rejection: State by State (2011)]], [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF12G39.pdf|Family Intactness: ​ Influence on Major State Social Policy Outcomes]], and [[http://​marri.us/​index-2013/states|Family Intactness and Public Policy Outcomes by State]].))  ​+Tennessee has a Family Belonging Index of 39.5 percent. In other words, 39.5 percent of Tennessee teenagers aged 15 to 17 have lived with their always-married parents since their birth, whereas 65.5 percent of these adolescents were raised in a non-intact family. Tennessee ranks 43rd on the [[state_of_the_family_across_the_states|state ranking]] of the Index of Belonging and Rejection.((This entry draws heavily from original research found in [[http://marri.us/research/​research-papers/​index-of-belonging-and-rejection-state-by-state/|Index of Family Belonging and Rejection: State by State (2011)]], [[http://marri.us/research/​research-papers/​family-intactness-influence-on-major-state-social-policy-outcomes/|Family Intactness: ​ Influence on Major State Social Policy Outcomes]], and [[http://​marri.us/​family-demographics/​family-intactness-and-public-policy-outcomes-by-state/|Family Intactness and Public Policy Outcomes by State]].))  ​
  
 {{ :​tennessee_state_ranking.png?​direct&​600 |Tennessee State Ranking}} {{ :​tennessee_state_ranking.png?​direct&​600 |Tennessee State Ranking}}
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 {{ :​tennessee_youth_outcomes.png?​direct&​600 |Tennessee Youth Outcomes}} {{ :​tennessee_youth_outcomes.png?​direct&​600 |Tennessee Youth Outcomes}}
  
-=====3. Mapping =====+=====3. Mapping ​Tennessee=====
  
 //See [[effects_of_family_structure_on_policy_outcomes|Effects of Family Structure on Policy Outcomes]]//​ //See [[effects_of_family_structure_on_policy_outcomes|Effects of Family Structure on Policy Outcomes]]//​
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 {{ :​tennessee_choropleth_male_social_security_disability_income_[SSDI].png?​direct&​700 |Tennessee Male Social Security Disability Income (SSDI)}} {{ :​tennessee_choropleth_male_social_security_disability_income_[SSDI].png?​direct&​700 |Tennessee Male Social Security Disability Income (SSDI)}}
 **Average Supplemental Security Income (SSI) per 25- to 54-year-old male** **Average Supplemental Security Income (SSI) per 25- to 54-year-old male**
-{{ :_choropleth_male_supplemental_security_income_[SSI].png?​direct&​700 |Tennessee Male Supplemental Security Income (SSI)}}+{{ :tennessee_choropleth_male_supplemental_security_income_ssi_.png?​direct&​700 |Tennessee Male Supplemental Security Income (SSI)}}
 **Average Supplemental Security Income (SSI) per 25- to 54-year-old female** **Average Supplemental Security Income (SSI) per 25- to 54-year-old female**
 {{ :​tennessee_choropleth_female_supplemental_security_income_[SSI].png?​direct&​700 |Tennessee Female Supplemental Security Income (SSI)}} {{ :​tennessee_choropleth_female_supplemental_security_income_[SSI].png?​direct&​700 |Tennessee Female Supplemental Security Income (SSI)}}