Recession


An American paradox: poverty rises but crime falls
Carolyn Moynihan | Sep 17 2010 | comment  
More Americans are poor, but fewer of them are suffering the effects of crime, an intriguing fact for social scientists.

20-somethings: emerging adults or just seriously delayed?
Carolyn Moynihan | Sep 1 2010 | comment  
More young people are reaching the end of their twenties without settling into careers and marriage. Is this because of passing social mores and economic conditions, or because we now have a new stage of human development called “emerging adulthood”?

Child abuse declines, even during recession
Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 26 2010 | comment  
Contrary to what might have been expected during an economic recession, child abuse declined in the United States in 2008 compared to 2007, official data shows.
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