The following links are studies that support core GPW content, similar or like-minded organizations.
External resources for information about family matters
- Lerman, Robert, I. & Wilcox, Bradford, W. For Richer, For Poorer: How Family Structures Economic Success in America
- Brookings: Center on Children and Familes
- DeLeire, Thomas and Ariel Kalil. “Good Things Come in 3’s: Single-Parent Multigenerational Family Structure and Adolescent Adjustment.” University of Chicago. (2001).
- Fact Sheet on Intergenerational Opportunities in Early Childhood Settings
- Family Matters: Public Policy and the Interdependence of Generations
- United Nations
- 20th Anniversary of International Year of the Family, 2014
- Families in the Process of Development: Major Trends Affecting Families A Background Document
- Family Social Policy and Development Division
- Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Social Policiy and Development: Family-Oriented Policies For Poverty Reduction, Work-Family Balance and Intergenerational Solidarity
- World Family Map: Mapping Family Change and Child Well-Being Outcomes
External resources on gender
- Autor, David & Wasserman, Melanie. Wayward Sons: The Emerging Gender Gap in Labor Markets and Education
- Geary, David C. (March 2006). Sex differences in social behavior and cognition: Utility of sexual selection for hypothesis generation. Hormones and Behavior 49(3). 273-275.
- Conner, Michael, G. Understanding The Difference Between Men and Women
- Why Gender Matters (2005) by Leonard Sax, M.D., Ph.D. For an update on the research discussed in his book, visit www.whygendermatters.com
- World Health Organization: Gender, Women and Health
- World Health Organization. (November 2009). Women and health: today’s evidence tomorrow’s agenda
External resources on community service and volunteering