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Families | Feb 12, 2014

Military Spouse Employment Report

The overarching objective of this project was to evaluate the cumulative economic impact on Armed Forces spouses who may be unable to sustain employment due to Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves,...

Families | Sep 16, 2014

2014 Military Family Lifestyle Survey

The Military Family Lifestyle Survey takes a comprehensive look at the current needs and priorities of military families and service members and identifies key aspects of military life to effectively...

Families | Oct 28, 2015

2015 Military Family Lifestyle Survey

The Military Family Lifestyle Survey takes a comprehensive look at the current needs and priorities of military families and service members and identifies key aspects of military life to effectively...

Families | Nov 14, 2014

Fathering after Military Deployment: Parenting Challenges and Goals of Fathers of Young Children

Abstract “Although often eagerly anticipated, reunification after deployment poses challenges for families, including adjusting to the parent-soldier’s return, re-establishing roles and routines,...

Families | Jul 24, 2015

The Impact of Multiple Deployments and Social Support on Stress Levels of Women Married to Active Duty Servicemen

Abstract “Using a large-scale survey, we examined the relationship between number of deployments experienced by female spouses of active duty military members and these spouses’ perceived stress....

Families | Feb 01, 2013

Meeting Family and Military Needs Through Military Child Care

Abstract “This article summarizes results from a child care survey of military families conducted by the RAND Corporation in 2004 and draws policy implications for the military child care system. Th...

Families | Sep 20, 2013

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans’ Experiences Living with their Parents after Separation from the Military

Abstract “When military service members separate from the military, many return to their families of origin, living with their parents for a period of several weeks to years. While research with vet...

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