Homeownership and parenting practices: Evidence from the community advantage panel.

@article{GrinsteinWeiss2010HomeownershipAP,
  title={Homeownership and parenting practices: Evidence from the community advantage panel.},
  author={Michal Grinstein-Weiss and Trina R Williams Shanks and Kim R Manturuk and Clinton C Key and Jong-Gyu Paik and Johann K P Greeson},
  journal={Children and youth services review},
  year={2010},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={774-782}
}
This study examines whether there is a significant relationship between homeownership and engaged parenting practices among low- and moderate-income households. Using analytic methods which account for selection effects and clustering, we test whether homeownership can act as a protective factor against parental disengagement from children. Controlling for individual characteristics, analyses demonstrate that homeowners are more likely than renters to demonstrate engaged parenting behaviors… CONTINUE READING