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Johnson W. Brad, 1993
Other
Peer Reviewed
A critique of Louise Silverman's article, Transforming the debate about child care and maternal employment, that challenges her portrayal of absent fathers and encourages research on fathers' roles within family systems
Silverstein Louise, 1993
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A summary of recent social policy revisions in both primate research and sociobiological theory on male parenting behaviors
Lamb Michael E., 1993
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A commentary on misinterpretations of sociobiological perspectives, particularly regarding male primate involvement in child care
Belsky Jay, 1993
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A critique concerning the neoconservative, sociobiological and theory of socialization perspectives on father involvement in primates and in today's society
Sperling Susan, 1993
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A critique on the use of recent data on evolutionary biology and male parental behavior
Phares Vicky, 1993
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A commentary regarding human fathers' involvement with their children
Shuster Claudia, 1993
Reports & Papers
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A study of mothers? feelings about combining motherhood, employment, and child care during their firstborns? infancy and the quality of mother-infant interactions
Henderson Laura W., Birdsall William C., Lee Valerie E., 1993
Reports & Papers
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A discussion of attitudes towards maternal employment, child care and implications on policy
Levine James A., 1993
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A review of father involvement and other males in the lives of young children in Head Start
Ahmeduzzaman Mohammad, Roopnarine Jaipaul L., 1992
Reports & Papers
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A study of forty-five African-American fathers from intact two-parent families interactions with their preschool-age child against the backdrop of select sociodemographic variables, such as fathers? functional styles, and available social support
Peterson Richard R., Gerson Kathleen, 1992
Reports & Papers
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An analysis of the human capital and social-structural explanations of men?s and women?s responsibility for child arrangements and household labor
Blau David M., Robins Philip K., 1991
Reports & Papers
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A study of maternal employment, child care and fertility decisions over time using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of youth
Silverstein Louise, 1991
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A critique of the conflict between government policy and social interest that results from society?s idealized image of motherhood and a research agenda that searches for negative consequences of maternal employment