Google helps kids send videos to dads in prison for Father's Day
- June 18, 2016
- Kristin Turney, sociology associate professor, explains the behavioral effects parental incarceration has on children, courtesy of USA Today and Black Christian News Network One, June 18, 2016
Children with an incarcerated parent are more than three times more likely to have
behavioral problems or depression, according to a study by University of California,
Irvine associate professor of sociology, Kristin Turney.
For the full story, please visit http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/news/2016/06/18/google-helps-kids-send-videos-dads-prison-fathers-day/86050458/.
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