Daddy Dearest?: Active Fatherhood and Public Policy
Institute for Public Policy Research, 2005 - Family policy - 84 pages
"'Daddy Dearest?' makes the case for reassessing public policy in relation to fatherhood, bringing together expert authors in the field. Among the issues examined are barriers in the workplace and in families to more active fatherhood; parents' relationships and outcomes for children; fathers' changing aspirations and expectations and the changing structure of care within families."--Book jacket.
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