February 2016

Anne Pitcher was cited by The International Business Times in “Can Angola’s New Steel Mill Save Its Economy? As Oil Prices Plunge, Luanda Looks To Diversify”.

Brian Min was mentioned by NDTV India in “US Scholar Maps Progress in India’s Night Lights”.

Miles Kimball was mentioned by Bloomberg News in “Japan Experiments With Interest Rates of Less Than Zero”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Life Goes On: A New Journey Begins”.

Robin Jacob was quoted by National Public Radio in “The Science of Getting Kids Organized”.

Business Insider quoted Michael Traugott in “Here’s why Donald Trump suffered a stunning Iowa upset when the polls suggested he’d win”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by Bloomberg News in “Polls That Showed Trump Ahead Before Caucus”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV – Online in “How honesty and reputation may have hurt Clinton in Iowa”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Flint Crisis Could Help Fight An Injustice Plaguing Minority Communities”.

The Atlantic quoted Mary Gallagher in “Starbucks the Benevolent?”

The Huffington Post quoted Paul Mohai in “The Worst Polluters Are In The Most Vulnerable Neighborhoods”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by Fortune in “Poor Minorities More Likely To Live in Seriously Polluted Communities”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by Fortune in “If You’re a Minority and Poor, You’re More Likely to Live Near a Toxic Waste Site”.

Daniel Kruger and Jaikob Djerf were cited by The Telegraph in “Do you have ‘ringxiety’? Anxious loners hear phantom phone calls”.

Bridge published Reynolds Farley’s article titled “EM law had unintended racial consequences in Flint and Detroit”.

Richard Miech was quoted by Psychiatric News – Online in “Survey Finds U.S. Teens Continue to Decrease Alcohol, Cigarette Use: Psychiatric News: Vol 51, No 3”.  

The Detroit News published Shawna L. Lee’s “Time to end emergency manager law”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by TMC Customer in “Elsevier and the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) Announce Data Linking)”.

The New York Times cited the Institute for Social Research in “Opening Up About Depression”.

Trina Shanks was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Flint Water Crisis: Victims Deserve Compensation Fund”.

USA Today cited Frank Stafford in “How to deal with the wealth effect’s opposite as stocks fall”.

James S. Jackson was quoted by BCNN1 in “Eat, Pray, Gain: Church Meals Served After Services Blamed for High Obesity”.

The New York Times quoted Kenneth Langa in “Education May Cut Dementia Risk”.

Kenneth Langa was quoted by National Public Radio in “Can Dementia Be Prevented? Education May Bolster Brain Against Risk”.

Vox cited Miles Kimball in “The next recession could be around the corner, and the Fed isn’t ready for it”.

Us. News & World Report cited the Institute for Social Research in “5 Baby Boomer Retirement Trends”.

The Guardian cited Kenneth Langa in “GM worm study provides ‘powerful first step’ towards preventing Alzheimer’s”.

Mic quoted H. Luke Shaefer in “Marco Rubio’s Debate Answer on Poverty Made No Sense”.

The Atlantic cited Scott E. Page in “Why Elite-College Admissions Need an Overhaul”.

The Washington Post published an article titled “Were there irregularities in Turkey’s 2015 elections? We used this new forensic toolkit to check.” by Walter r. Mebane, Jr., Allen Hicken, and Ken Kollman.

Chicago Tribune quoted Cleopatra Caldwell in “African-American fathers, sons to strengthen bonds in Washington Park project”.

Kenneth Langa was quoted by The Globe and Mail in “Education tied to lower dementia risk”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Associated Press in “Variety of factors prevent some workers from working longer”.

The New York Times cited Susan Murphy in “Early Behavior Therapy Found to Aid Children With A.D.H.D.

Frank Stafford was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Husbands Create 7 Hours Of Extra Housework For Their Wives”.

Terri Orbuch was quoted by Reading Eagle Online in “Here are the in-law bylaws”.

The New York Times cited the Institute for Social Research in “How Society Pays When Women’s Work Is Unpaid”.  

FOX News Channel cited the Institute for Social Research in “Here’s why you think your phone is buzzing when it’s not”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The American Conservative in “Are Trump Supporters Authoritarians?

The Washington Post cited Luke Shaefer in “Did Bill Clinton’s welfare law double extreme poverty?

The Washington Post cited Michael Robbins in “Can you trust international surveys?

Ethan Kross was quoted by NBC News Channel in “Talk to yourself out loud? Here’s why experts say that’s a good thing”.

January 2016

The Institute for Social Research was cited by the Chicago Tribune in “Winning the war against teen smoking”.

Yahoo Finance cited the Institute for Social Research in “What will inflation cost you in 2016?

Harvard Business Review cited Wayne Baker and Jane Dutton in “To Motivate Employees, Do 3 Things Well”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Kaiser Health News – Online in “Using Patients’ Cells For Research; Fighting Opioid Addiction”.

Verona-Cedar Grove Patch, among several other outlets, cited the Institute for Social Research in “NJ Preps For New Cough Medicine Laws: Minors Can’t Buy Nyquil, Robitussin, Other Meds”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Observer & Eccentric Newspapers – Online in “70% of teens have seen ads for e-cigarettes 7 minutes ago”.

The Daily Journal – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “70% of teens have seen ads for e-cigarettes”.

Sayeh Nikpay was quoted by IT Business Net in “Fast & sharp: Medicaid expansion gives hospitals immediate relief from uninsured care”.

USA Today cited the Institute for Social Research in “70% of teens have seen ads for e-cigarettes”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Mary Gallagher in “Beijing says pollution is down, despite ‘red alerts’ – or maybe because of them”.

The Huffington Post quoted Michael Traugott in “Democrats Don’t Seem Excited About Voting In 2016, But That Doesn’t Mean They’re Bound To Lose”.

Jerry Davis was quoted by the Los Angeles Times in “How the Uberization of work is rooted in the cult of ‘shareholder value’”.

Helen G. Levy was quoted by Healthcare Drive in “Uninsured hospital stays fell sharply in states that expanded Medicaid, study finds”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Appeal-Democrat Online in “Other Views: Winning the war against teen smoking”.

Bustle cited the Institute for Social Research in “Working Too Much Doesn’t Ruin Your Relationship, New Study Says, But These Things Can”.

Business Insider quoted Michael Traugott in “High-profile polling analyst explains why Donald Trump is in a better position than you think”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Yahoo Health in “40 Tips for Motivation That Actually Work”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by Bloomberg News in “How Central Banks Gained More Control Over The World’s Major Currencies”.

Jerry Davis was cited by The Atlantic in “The Age of the Ghost Company”.

Mic quoted H. Luke Shaefer in “Jeb Bush Calls for Eliminating Federal Food Stamp Program for the Poor”.

Journal of Aging and Health – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Age Differences in the Association Between Body Mass Index Class and Annualized Medicare Expenditures”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Annals of Family Medicine – Online in “Findings From a Population-Based Survey”.

USA Today quoted Josh Pasek in “The state of the State of the Union address: Is it broken?

News Journal Online quoted Josh Pasek in “The State of the Union address: Is it broken?

Wellington Enterprise – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “OUR VIEW: Teen smoking: ‘Winning’ not same as ‘won’”.

David Weir was quoted by Bridge in “Death rates among Michigan’s middle-age whites is rising”.

Bustle cited Terri L. Orbuch in “9 Daily Habits of Successful & Happy Couples”.

The Huffington Post mentioned H. Luke Shaefer in “There Must Be Better Ways To Fight Poverty. The White House Wants To Find Them.

Jerry Davis was cited by The Atlantic in “Immigrants or Executives: Who’s to Blame for Wage Stagnation?

Lloyd Johnston was quoted by Tampa Bay Times Online in “PolitiFact Florida: Jeb Bush says he helped reduce youth heroin use as governor”.

Salem News Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “TheSeries – Is it time for an Investigation into Drug-Free Kids and their Finances?

Wicked Local – Hanover cited the Institute for Social Research in “LIVING WELL: New year, same health concerns”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by South China Morning Post in “China, Saudi Arabia upgrade diplomatic ties as Riyadh seeks new allies”.

Bloomberg News cited the Institute for Social Research in “Students Studying Abroad Get Drunker, Do New Drugs”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Jenna Bednar in “Flint water crisis reveals limits of running a state as a business”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by PBS in “Facing skepticism, colleges set out to prove their value”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by Associated Press in “Would Flint crisis happen in wealthier, whiter community?

The Atlantic cited the Institute for Social Research in “Learning Empathy Through Dance”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by The Washington Post in “Flint’s water crisis reveals government failures at every level”.

Business Insider cited the Institute for Social Research in “5 psychological tricks that could help you get ahead at work”.

Phoebe Ellsworth was cited by The Atlantic in “The Countries Where People Are the Most Emotionally Complex”.

Terri Orbuch was cited by Free Lance-Star Online in “Keys to becoming a great in-law”.

The International Business Times quoted Michael Traugott in “Who Will Win The Iowa Caucuses And Does It Matter? The Problem With Polls And Hawkeye State Voters”.

USA Today published William H. Frey’s article “Boomers at 70 will change America –again”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Equities.com in “RBCC: Survey Show Teen Substance Abuse Falling, But Much Work Remains”.

The Huffington Post quoted Elizabeth Armstrong in “In Responding to Survey Complaints, USC Shoots Itself in the Foot”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Psychiatric News – Online in “Antipoverty Experiment Boosts Subjective Well-Being”.

Business Insider cited Miles Kimball in “This is how a central bank could kill of cash with negative interest rates”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Paul Mohai in “Flint’s lessons for America’s children”.

December 2015

James Lepkowski was quoted by Associated Press in “From AIDS to x-rays, survey’s questions covered the gamut”.

FOX News Channel quoted James Lepkowski in “From AIDS to X-rays, survey’s questions covered the gamut”.

Robert Willis was cited by MSN in “5 Reasons to Start a Business After You Retire”.

Terri Orbuch was cited by Houston Chronicle Online in “In-law bylaws: Keys to getting along well”.

Oscar Ybarra was quoted by MSN News in “Terror attacks have cost the travel industry $8.2 billion”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by Business Insider in “Two new Iowa polls showed wildly different results for Donald Trump”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by TIME in “The Myth of ‘Retirement Planning’”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in “Less Than Zero: Living With Negative Rates”.

Yvonne Terry-McElrath was quoted by Reuters in “Kids eat more veggies when salad bar is in lunch line”.

The Detroit News quoted Christian Davenport in “Trump’s Muslim ban finds supporters in Michigan”.

Neslihan Uler was cited by The Wall Street Journal in “The Surprising Relationship Between Charitable Giving and Taxes”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in “Beijing eyes pollution, but is the government transparent enough?

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by The Scientist in “Earnings for New PhDs”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by Bloomberg in “China’s Biggest Polluters Face Wrath of Data-Wielding Citizens”.

Rowell Huesmann was quoted by The Washington Post in “Why violence is so contagious”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by News Journal Online in “Survey: Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

The Daily Journal – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Survey: Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

KXTV-TV Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Survey: Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

Equities.com cited the Institute for Social Research in “Drug Use Declines Among American Youth: Teen Use of Ecstasy, Heroin, Synthetic Marijuana, Alcohol, Cigarettes All Decreased”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Equities.com in “National Survey: Teen Abuse of OTC Cough Medicine Remains at Lowest Level”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Observer & Eccentric Newspapers – Online in “5 things you need to know Wednesday”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The Wall Street Journal in “Cigarette Smoking Down Among High School Students, Study Finds”.

The New York Times quoted Lloyd Johnston in “Report Finds Less Misuse of Painkillers by Teenagers”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by NCBI in “High School Seniors Now More Likely to Smoke Pot Than Cigarettes”.

The Washington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “High school students are using drugs and alcohol at near record low levels”.

Lloyd Johnston was quoted by the Detroit Free Press in “Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

Fort Worth, Texas: The City’s Magazine – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Curiosity is primary motivation behind trying e-cigarettes among teenagers: Survey”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Reuters Online in “National Survey Shows Youth Cigarette Smoking Again Falls to Record Low, but E-Cigarettes and Cigars Threaten Progress”.

CBS News Online, among several other news outlets, cited the Institute for Social Research in “Survey reveals new trends in teen drug and alcohol use”.

Detroit News Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “UM survey: National teenage use of illegal drugs falls”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Mary Gallagher in “Is China cracking down on pollution violators?

Scott Atran was quoted by NPR in “The Psychology Of Radicalization: How Terrorist Groups Attract Young Followers”.

Yvonne Terry-McElrath was quoted by MSN in “How To Get Kids To Eat Their Veggies In School”.

Phoenix New Times Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Legalization Sparks No Significant Increase in Teen Marijuana Use”.

Detroit Free Press cited the Institute for Social Research in “Population estimates would cost Mich. seat in House”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Detroit News Online in “Mich. population rebound is slowing, Census shows”.

November 2015

David Weir was quoted by The Denver Post Online in “Segment of middle-aged whites in U.S. are dying at startling rate”.

The Washington Post cited David Weir in “A group of middle-aged whites in the U.S. is dying at a startling rate”.

David Weir was quoted by 10 publications, including the Chicago Tribune Online, in “One group of middle-aged whites in the U.S. is dying at a startling rate”.

Terri Orbuch was quoted by Chicago Tribune Online in “In-law bylaws: Keys to becoming a great mother- and father-in-law”.

Miles Kimball was cited by Business Insider in “This is how a central bank could kill of cash and bring in negative interest rates on your savings”.

Taipei Times quoted Mary Gallagher in “US welcomes meeting, despite reservations”.

ETtoday quoted Mary Gallagher in “U.S. scholars said Ma should be cautious about meeting with Xi”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited 91 times, including by CBS News Online in “Adults over 30 may be losing the ‘happiness advantage’”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by Associated Press in “Historic meet realizes hopes for Taiwan, China”.

TIME cited the Institute for Social Research in “Being an Introvert Can Make You Rich”.

Business Insider quoted Michael Traugott in “Here’s why polls might be ‘ruining democracy’”.

TIME mentioned Richard Nisbett in “9 Books That Everyone Should Read, According to Malcolm Gladwell”.

Terri Orbuch was quoted by seven publications, including The Sacramento Bee Online in “In-law bylaws: Keys to becoming a great mother- or father-in-law”.

Youth Today Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Prevention is Key”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by MetroWest Daily News Online in “Drug abuse expert to speak on marijuana at Concord-Carlisle High”.

William Axinn was cited by MLive in “Sexual assault ‘no big deal’ survey response baffles those addressing it on Michigan campuses”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by MSNBC in “Fed’s pace is big unknown”.

Arthur Lupia was quoted by Inside Higher Ed in “Political scientists seek delay of transparency standards for publications”.

Business Insider quoted Michael Traugott in “’I’m pretty worried’ about the state of polling”.

Miles Kimball was cited by Chicago Tribune in “Japan is locked in a struggle to spark inflation”.

Bloomberg News cited Miles Kimball in “Japan’s Endless Struggle to Spark Inflation”.

Luke Shaefer was cited by The Huffington Post in “Let’s Make Black Friday Thankful Friday”.

NBC Television Network quoted Arthur Lupia in “The presidential candidate you’d most want to have a drink with is…

The Institute for Social Research was cited by five publications, including the East Valley Tribune Online in “College football coaches grapple with marijuana ‘epidemic’”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The Wall Street Journal in “The Doctor the NFL Tried to Silence”.

Daniel Kruger was quoted by MSN in “The Science Behind Why We Love Celebrity Gossip So Much”.

William H. Frey was quoted by The New York Times in “Marco Rubio Bets the Grand Old Party Is Ready for His Younger Face”.

The New York Times mentioned Arthur Lupia in “Polls Can Give People a Stronger Voice”.

October 2015

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by six publications, including The Fiscal Times in “Obamacare not spurring more early retirements yet despite predictions”.

The Economist cited Gerald Davis in “Capitalism and its discontents”.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Michael Traugott in “McCarthy’s Benghazi Gaffe Won’t Sink His Speaker Chances”.

TIME mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Calling Your Grandma Doesn’t Cut It”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by five publications, including The Sacramento Bee Online in “Some e-cig smokers are vaping active ingredient in marijuana”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by five publications, including the Detroit News Online in “Study: E-cigs draw young smokers to regular cigarettes”.

The Globe and Mail mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Why it’s time to put your smartphone down”.

Wayne Baker was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Why You Can Thank Mom and Dad for Your Work Ethic”.

Terri Orbuch was quoted by Detroit Free Press in “How one woman found her place in life”.

FOX Business Network cited the Institute for Social Research in “This Latest Study Suggest That Marijuana May Be in a No-Win Situation”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by MLive in “Exploring the public health consequences of Detroit’s water shutoffs”.

Metro Parent – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Drug Guide: Definitions and Effects of Popular Types”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by four publications, including the Orlando Sentinel Online, in “College football coaches grapple with ‘marijuana epidemic’”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Canton Citizen – Online in “Man About Canton: Don Rodman”.

KQED-FM Online quoted Deborah Loewenberg Ball in “What Core Skills Do Teachers Need To Be Effective?”

NPR quoted Michael Traugott in “Canada’s 11-Week Campaign Reminds Us That American Elections Are Much Longer”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by Fortune in “Ben Bernanke sees the upside of negative rates”.

Yahoo News cited the Institute for Social Research in “The Drug Burning Up College Campuses”.

The Washington Post published an article by Arthur Lupia and colleagues titled “What the Canadian and British election polls tell us about Donald Trump”.

Washington Times Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Marijuana use among adults doubled in a decade: study”.

Deborah Ball was quoted by twelve publications, including WNIJ-FM Online in “Teaching Teachers To Teach: It’s Not So Elementary”.

Bloomberg Businessweek quoted Richard Curtin in “America’s Well-Off Show An Aversion to Debt”.

Forbes cited Vicki Freedman in “The Challenges of Caring For A Loved One With Dementia”.

MLive cited the Institute for Social Research in “Teens prescribed opioids more likely to abuse drugs as adults”.

The New York Times cited Reynolds Farley in “Has ‘Diversity’ Lost Its Meaning?”

Richard Miech was cited by Psychiatry Advisor in “Legitimate Use of Opioids By Teens Can Lead to Abuse”.

The Detroit News cited Deborah Ball in “Labor Voices: Kiss love affair with tests goodbye”.

U.S. News & World Report cited the Institute for Social Research in “Marriage May Aid Recovery From Heart Surgery”.

The Washington Post cited Reynolds Farley in “Why visibility isn’t the same as diversity when it comes to characters on TV”.

Al Jazeera America cited Abigail Weitzman in “End of one-child policy won’t end bias against girls in China”.

Luke Shaefer was cited by The Washington Post in “Take a hard look at what it means to be poor in America, and ask how to help”.

The Wall Street Journal cited the Institute for Social Research in “China’s Bid to Alter Demographic Trend Will Be Tough”.

Deborah Ball was cited by the Detroit Free Press in “Education in Michigan can improve, if it’s done right”.

Lloyd Johnston and Richard Miech

Lloyd Johnston and Richard MiechMore teens are smoking electronic cigarettes than traditional cigarettes, according to the latest Monitoring the Future survey. The survey, released at a D.C. press conference in mid-December, received widespread news coverage, with articles by the Associated Press and others appearing in the International Business Times, NBC News, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Global Post and many other print, broadcast and online media around the world. ISR researchers Lloyd Johnston and Richard Miech also reported that marijuana use by teens appeared to level off, despite legalization of that drug in several states in 2014. Binge drinking and abuse of prescription painkillers also dropped. Read more about the latest Monitoring the Future findings and watch videos on the findings at http://bit.ly/MTF-1 and http://bit.ly/MTF-2.

Richard Curtin

Richard CurtinConsumer confidence reached the highest point in eight years in December, according to ISR economist Richard Curtin, who directs the U-M Surveys of Consumers, now sponsored by Bloomberg. The good economic news from the Surveys, reported in late December, spurred major news coverage by NPR, The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report and other media in the U.S. and around the world. “Consumers have much to be thankful for in this holiday season: renewed job growth, larger anticipated wage gains, and the steep decline in gasoline prices,” said Curtin. “Importantly, rather than basing their renewed optimism on volatile oil prices, consumers have become convinced that growing strength in the national economy will result in continued gains in jobs and wages during the year ahead. Learn more: http://bit.ly/UM-surveys.

Vicki Freedman

Vicki FreedmanNo matter where they may live, older adults with limitations are likely to have unmet needs for help with daily living and personal care, according to a study by ISR researcher Vicki Freedman and Brenda Spillman of the Urban Institute. But according to Freedman, some needs, like those related to grocery shopping, laundry, and making hot meals, are more likely to go unmet for those in retirement or senior housing communities. The study, funded by the National Institute on Aging, highlighted research findings from the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS), based on data from more than 8,000 Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 and older. The findings were covered by a number of news media, including The New York Times “New Old Age” blog, written by journalist Paula Span.

Helen Levy and Kenneth Langa

Helen Levy and Kenneth LangaThe Internet has evolved into a potent tool for providing information on health. But according to a recent study featured Nov. 14 in Medical News Today, elderly Americans who are rarely or never online may be left at a disadvantage as different kinds of medical information migrate to the Internet. A study by ISR researchers Helen Levy and Kenneth Langa found that of Americans aged 65 and over, those with low health literacy were also the least likely to use the Internet. When they did go online, they generally didn’t use the computer to look up health information. Levy and colleagues analyzed data from 1,400 participants in the 2009 and 2010 Health and Retirement Study. Almost 32 percent of participants with good health literacy got health information from the Internet, in contrast with fewer than 10 percent of those with low health literacy. The findings suggest that other ways should be found to boost health literacy among the elderly, Levy said.

Pamela Smock

Pamela SmockThe American family is changing, and the biggest change is the number of women having babies outside marriage. That’s what ISR researcher Pamela Smock told Michigan Radio’s Cynthia Canty in a Nov. 18 interview on Stateside. Once the sexual revolution removed the stigma attached to premarital sex, new family structures began to emerge. Now more than 40 percent of births occur outside marriage, Smock told Canty, and a majority of those are born to cohabiting couples. “The connection between childbearing and marriage… sort of got decoupled, so people were more accepting of different kinds of family formation patterns,” Smock said. Some 70 percent of people who get married live together first, she said, and that figure is likely to rise to 80 percent, with only those with strict religious convictions not cohabiting. Smock’s research appeared in an article on the evolving American family featured in ISR’s Sampler newsletter and in Michigan Today.