Paul Amato

Paul Amato is a professor of sociology, demography and family studies at Pennsylvania State University. His research interests include marital quality, the causes and consequences of divorce and subjective well-being over the life course.

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Bradley Wright

Bradley Wright, a University of Connecticut sociologist, is the author of Christians Are Hate-Filled Hypocrites … and Other Lies You’ve Been Told (2010). He asserts that infidelity occurs less frequently among churchgoers.

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W. Bradford Wilcox

W. Bradford Wilcox is director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia. He is co-editor of When Marriage Disappears: The New Middle America (2011).

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Elizabeth Marquardt

Elizabeth Marquardt is director of the Center for Marriage and Families at the Institute for American Values. She is co-editor of When Marriage Disappears: The New Middle America (2011) and author of Between Two Worlds: The Inner Lives of Children of Divorce.

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David Kinnaman

David Kinnaman is president of the Barna Group, which conducts research on religious life within the United States and around the world.

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William Frey

William Frey, a senior demographer at the Brookings Institution, analyzed the census data showing that for the first time fewer than half of American households are headed by married couples.

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June Carbone

June Carbone, a law professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, is co-author of Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture (2010). She has commented on demographic data involving marriage and families.

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Amy Burdette

Amy Burdette, a sociologist at Florida State University, has conducted research into whether infidelity, marijuana use and other behaviors are more or less common among churchgoers.

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