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Evans Roy, Jones Deborah, October-December 2008
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Peer Reviewed
A special issue of the journal Early Child Development and Care, presenting international perspectives on the involvement of men in the lives of young children as fathers and child care and early education workers
Evans Roy, Jones Deborah, October 01, 2008
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An introduction to a special issue of the journal Early Child Development and Care, presenting international perspectives on the involvement of men in the lives of young children as fathers and child care and early education workers
Honig Alice S., October-December 2008
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A discussion of the roles of men in the care of young children, both as fathers and child care and early education workers, and an identification of select research, variables, and data collection techniques cited in studies on the subject
Palm Glen, Fagan Jay, October 01, 2008
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An overview of select research on the factors associated with paternal involvement in programs for their young children and in fatherhood programs
Potter Carol, Carpenter John, October-December 2008
Reports & Papers
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A case study of paternal involvement at Sure Start Hinton, including descriptions of programs designed to encourage paternal involvement
MacCleod Flora, October-December 2008
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of reasons for paternal reluctance to participation in a family literacy program, based on interviews with low-income fathers throughout the nation
Freeman Harry, Newland Lisa, Coyl Diana D., October-December 2008
Reports & Papers
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A study of predictors and mediators associated with paternal involvement in Head Start and Early Head Start activities in a sample of 101 low-income fathers from a rural area of the Midwest United States
Saracho Olivia N., October-December 2008
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of father-child interactions during literacy activities learned at a series of workshops, based on a population 25 dyads of fathers and their 5 year-old children
Saracho Olivia N., Spodek Bernard, October-December 2008
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An overview of published research on the multiple roles of fathers and the involvement of fathers in the lives of their children
Michel Sonya, Mahon Rianne, 2001
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A critical discussion identifying and deconstructing the themes that have formed traditional views of early childhood education; a new concept of early childhood education is offered that is based on social justice and humanity
Perrons Diane, 2000
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A discussion of the distribution of paid work and child care responsibilities and the impact of employment and child care policies on gender equity in France and the United Kingdom.
Fagan Jay, 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of mothers' and fathers' involvement in their infants' child care centers