student behavior, attitudes, threat assessment
The report summarizes the findings from a two-year follow-up study examining the current well being and future hopes and aspirations adolescent girls living in families receiving TANF. This mixed-method longitudinal study includes two phases. Phase 1 involved face-to-face interviews using various standardized measures with 125 mothers who were receiving TANF in 2002 and their daughters while Phase 2 included in-depth qualitative interviews with a random sample of 20 adolescent girls participating in Phase 1. The two-year follow-up interview rates were 86% for Phase 1 interviews and 95% for Phase 2 interviews.
Scholar Commons Citation
Boothroyd, Roger A.; Armstrong, Mary I.; Gomez, Angela; and Diane, Haynes, "Welfare reform-Adolescent girls in transition: A two year follow-up study" (2004). Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications. 141.