Obie Clayton

Obie Clayton
Obie Clayton, Ph.D., Asa Edmund Ware Chair, Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Clark Atlanta University
Education: 
Education: B.A., Millsaps College, M.A. and Ph.D., Emory University

Obie’s interest in fatherhood dates back over 20 years when he first began investigating the effects of mass incarceration on family formation. His current research focuses on reentry and assisting fathers in adjusting to family life when they return home from prison. Additionally, Obie is working with fathers on ways to assist their children through non-financial means.

Publications:
Clayton, O. & Hopps, J. (2012). It’s Not All about Money: Non-Financial Ways Non-Custodial Parents Can Help Their Families (Tip Sheet). Fairfax, VA: National Resource Center for Healthy Marriage and Families.

Black Fathers in Contemporary American Society: Strength, Weaknesses, and Strategies for Change. eds. O. Clayton, R. Mincy and D. Blankenhorn. 2003. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

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