The paper "Economic Implication, Fathers Parenting Role and Behavior of Children " is a great example of a finance and accounting article. Growing up in single-parent families has an impact on the level of earnings of children in early adulthood as a result of the lower education they attained. Economic deficiency while growing up in this family structure is the main factor that brought about the negative impact of a single-parent family on children’ s socio-economic well being. Also, these children have a higher risk of committing delinquent behaviors in their adolescent years which affects their ability to pursue higher education and eventually highly accomplished jobs.
These delinquent behaviors can hamper the future opportunities that these children can explore particularly if they succumb to substance abuse, teenage marriage, and eventual divorce. Introduction This article reviews eight peer-reviewed articles and research-based articles related to single-parent families. There has been a continuing increase in the number of single-parent families in the United States from the 1960s to the present. In fact, selected areas in the country reported having a higher number of single-parent family population than two-parent family population.
This only means that single-parent families have become a crucial segment of the country’ s population and in moulding future members of the labor force and of society in general. Thus, it is only fitting to look into the situation of this family structure. It specifically answers the following questions: (a) What are the present and future economic implication of single-parent families to children? , (b) Can father led single parent families to equate mother led single-parent families in terms of household management and child relationship? , and (c) What is the impact of living in the single-parent family to the behaviors of adolescent children? Articles Journal Article by Krein, S.
(1986) entitled Growing-up In A Single-Parent Family: The Effects On Education and Earnings Of Young Men.
Devall, E., Stoneman, Z. & Brody, G. (1986). The impact of divorce and maternal employment on pre-adolescent children. Family Relations, 35(1), 1530159. Retrieved 04 December 2008, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/584294
Eitle, D. (2006). Parental gender, single-parent families, and delinquency: Exploring the moderating influence of race/ethnicity. Social Science Research, 35(2006), 727-748. Retrieved 03 December 2008, from http://www.elsevier.com/locate/ssresearch.
Hill, R. (1986). Life cycle stages for types of single parent families: Of family development theory. Family Relations 35(1), 19-29. Retrieved 02 December 2008 from http://www.jstor.org/stable/584278
Krein, S.F. (1986). Growing up in a single parent family: The effect on education and earnings of young men. Family Relations 35(1), 161-168. Retrieved 30 November 2008, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/584295
Lye, D. (June 1999). What the experts say: Scholarly research on post-divorce parenting and child well-being, [Report], Washington: Gender and Justice Commission and Domestic Relations Commission.
Mueller, D. & Cooper, P. (1986). Children of single parent families: How they fare as young adults. Family Relations 35(1). 169-176.
Page, M. & Stevens, A. (2005). Understanding racial differences in the economic costs of growing up in a single-parent family. Demography, 42(1), 75-90. Retrieved 30 November 2008, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/1515177.
Risman, B. J. (1986). Can men ‘mother”? Life as a single father. Family Relations 35(1), 95-102. Retrieved 01 December 2008, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/584288