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Doherty William J., Kouneski Edward F., Erickson Martha F., 1996
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A study of the factors that influence fathering, presenting a contextual framework which highlights multiple interacting influences on the father-child relationship, including the father-mother relationship, employment, income, and child…
Fagan Jay, 1996
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A discussion of current adult male involvement in child care programs like Head Start and how to increase involvement
Glass Jennifer, Estes Sarah B., 1996
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A study of workplace, child care, and sociodemographic factors associated with job turnover in mothers of infants
Fagan Jay, 1996
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An investigation of the association between low income African-American fathers' play interactions with their children and both the fathers' self-esteem levels and feelings toward the children's mothers, based on data from 33 African-American men…
Etaugh Claire, Williams Beverly, Carlson Patricia, 1996
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A discussion of how attitudes about child care and its effects on children changed from positive to increasingly negative in magazines catering to women from 1977 to 1990
Fagan Jay, Stevenson Howard C., 1995
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A description of groups created by African American men for other African American men in order to improve their parenting skills and also as a form of community support
Brayfield April, 1995
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A study of the way in which the temporal structure of employment schedules influences paternal responsibility for child care
Haas Linda, Hwang C. Philip, 1995
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A study of the effects of corporate culture on men?s likelihood of becoming more involved in child care and using family leave benefits in Sweden and the United States
Fagan Jay, 1994
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A study of mothers' and fathers' involvement in their infants' child care centers
Shuster Claudia, 1994
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A study on the satisfaction experienced by new fathers as a result of the combinations of parenting, employment and child care
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
Johnson W. Brad, 1993
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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