Support from black dads living in or out of house helps teen sons, study says

January 1996
Jet;1/22/96, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p25
Reports on a study on the effects of the emotional support given to Afro-American teenage boys by their fathers in Baltimore, Maryland. Importance of support in preventing delinquency.


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