Harsh or Absentee Dads Lead to Delinquent Kids: Study

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In a study of 1,216 first-time young offenders, researchers found that teenage boys who said their fathers were absent or harsh were more likely to engage in delinquent behavior. The mother-child influence was found to have no effect on the results . . .

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