This report considers the factors that influence how a father supports his noncustodial children, with attention both to fathers’ economic resources and to multiple-partner fertility. Data come from the Time, Love, Cash, Caring, and Children (TLC3) project, a longitudinal, qualitative study of 75 romantically involved couples who also participated in the Fragile Families survey. In 2002, at the time of the first survey, all couples had just had a child, and yearly data collection continued until the child was approximately 3 or 4 years old. The author considers the amount of money and goods that fathers provided for their noncustodial children from two perspectives. (author abstract)
Explaining the patterns of child support among unmarried low-income noncustodial fathers in Chicago, Milwaukee and New York
The SSRC is here to help you! Do you need more information on this record?
If you are unable to access the full-text of the article from the Public URL provided, please email our Librarians for assistance at email@example.com.
In addition to the information on this record provided by the SSRC, you may be able to use the following options to find an electronic copy from an online subscription service or your local library: