men, masculinities and gender politics

Authors

b) General references

Note: For references on domestic work, also see “Work and Class” below. References on men and childcare are included under “Work and Class” as well.

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Burdon, Barry. Interpersonal Relationships, Paternal Involvement in Domestic Work and Implications for Supporting Men’s Relationships.
Chidlow, Greg Men, Their Families and Work in Rural and Remote Regions: The Wider Implications.
Cox-May, Valerie. Mateship and Relationships: The Challenge of Emotional Connection for Australian Men.
Denner, Bernard J. Marketing Fatherhood.
Dye, Phil. Families in Transition: Relationship Issues on Becoming a Father.
Nicholson, Jan. Meeting the Step-Family Challenge: The Value of Group Couples Intervention for Men in Step-Families.
Smith, Babette. Raising Grown-Ups: Lessons From the Mother/Son Relationship.
Treloar, John. Dads Inc: Fathering the Future.
Weiss, Karen. Men Moving To’mutuality’ in Relationships: Issues for Men in the Early Stages of Family Life.
West, Peter. ‘Dad Ain’t What He Used To Be’: What Research Says About Being a Father, 1930-1990.

Aaltio-Marjosola, B., and J. Lehtinen. (1998). Male Managers as Fathers? Contrasting Management, Fatherhood, and Masculinity. Human Relations, 51(2): 121-136.

Achatz, M., and C.A. MacAllum. (1994). Young Unwed Fathers: Report from the Field. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.

Achilles Heel. (1999). Special Issue: Fatherhood, No. 24

Adams, G., Pitman, K., Adams-Taylor, S., and M. Morich. (1988). Adolescent and Young Adult Fathers: Problems and Solutions. Washington, D.C.: Children’s Defense Fund.

Adamsons, K. (2009). Intimate Fatherhood: A Sociological Analysis. Journal of Marriage and Family, 71, 4, pp. 1102-1104.

Aitchison, Gwenda. (1985). Transition to Fatherhood.

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Aldous, J., Mulligan, G. M., and Bjarnason, T. (1998) Fathering over time: What makes the difference? Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60, November, 809-820.

Allen, S. M., and Hawkins, A. J. (1999). Maternal Gatekeeping: Mothers’ Beliefs and Behaviors that Inhibit Greater Father Involvement in Family Work. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61(1): 199-212.

Amato, P., & Gilbreth, J. G. (1999). Nonresident fathers and children’s well-being: A meta-analysis. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61(3), 557-573.

Ambrose, Stephen E., and Jon Friedman. (1999). Comrades: Brothers, Fathers, Heroes, Sons, Pals, Simon & Schuster.

Anderson, C.P. (1983). Father: The Figure and the Force. New York: Warner Books.

Anderson, K. (2006). How Well Does Paternity Confidence Match Actual Paternity? Evidence from Worldwide Nonpaternity Rates Current Anthropology, 47 (3), 513-520 DOI: 10.1086/504167.

Andrews, A.B., I. Luckey, E. Bolden, J. Whiting-Fickling, and K.A. Lind. (2004). Public Perceptions About Father Involvement: Results of a Statewide Household Survey. Journal of Family Issues, 25(5): 603-633.

Angel, R.J. and Angel, J.L. (1993). Painful Inheritance: Health and the New Generation of Fatherless Families, Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Anthony, I., and D. Smith. (1994). Adolescent Fathers: A Positive Acknowledgment in the School Setting. Social Work in Education, 16, 179-183.

Applied Developmental Science. (2007). Volume 11 Issue 4.
Modeling the Dynamics of Paternal Influences on Children Over the Life Course / Natasha Cabrera; Hiram E. Fitzgerald; Robert H. Bradley; Lori Roggman.
Challenges to Modeling Dynamics in Developing a Developmental Understanding of Father-Child Relationships / Rob Palkovitz.
Why Could Father Involvement Benefit Children? Theoretical Perspectives / Joseph H. Pleck.
Commentary: From Fathering to Parenting and Back Again / Paul Spicer.
Comments on Cabrera, Fitzgerald, Roggman, and Bradley: “Modeling the Dynamics of Paternal Influences on Children Over the Life Course” / Jaipaul L. Roopnarine.
Fathers’ Influence on Their Children’s Cognitive and Emotional Development: From Toddlers to Pre-K / Natasha J. Cabrera; Jacqueline D. Shannon; Catherine Tamis-LeMonda.
Complexities in Research on Fathering: Illustrations from the Tufts Study of Young Fathers / M. Ann Easterbrooks; Lionel R. Barrett; Anne E. Brady; Cynthia R. Davis.
Impact of Father Involvement: A Closer Look at Indirect Effects Models Involving Marriage and Child Adjustment / Marcie C. Goeke-Morey; E. Mark Cummings.
Impact of Father Involvement on Children’s Developmental Trajectories: New Findings Panel for the National Fatherhood Forum / Rebekah Levine Coley; Scott Coltrane.
The Methodology of Studying Fathers in Child Development Research / Jerry West.
Qualitative Insights and Methodological Challenges: Next Steps in Research on Low-Income Fathering / Kevin M. Roy; Young In Kwon.
Conducting Studies with Fathers: Challenges and Opportunities / Stephanie J. Mitchell; Heather M. See; Allison K. H. Tarkow; Natasha Cabrera; Karen E. McFadden; Jacqueline D. Shannon.
Making Fathers Count: Methodological Dilemmas and Emerging Solutions / Margaret O’Brien.
Improving Data Collection on Fathers: Comments on Methods and Measurement Papers, National Fatherhood Forum / Sandra L. Hofferth.
The “G.I. Bill” of the 21st Century: Mass Incarceration and How Crime Is Paying / Randal D. Day.
Fathers and Public Policy / Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew; Lillian Bowie; Kristin Moore.
Research on Children’s Environmental Programmatic Efforts Pertaining to Fatherhood / Jay Fagan.
Reflections on the Development of Fatherhood Work / Nigel Vann.
Commentary on Fathers and Public Policy / Marcia J. Carlson.
Policies and Programmatic Efforts Pertaining to Fatherhood / Helen Raikes; Jeanne Bellotti.

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Baker, Ronald J., and Anne M. McMurray. (1998). Contact Fathers’ Loss of School Involvement. Journal of Family Studies. 4(2), October.

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Balcom, Dennis A. (1998). Absent Fathers: Effects on Abandoned Sons. Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(3), Spring.

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Banks, Glenda. (1991). Fathers Really Matter. Melbourne: Collins Dove.

Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. (eds.). (2006). The Other Half of Gender: Men’s issues in development. Washington DC: The World Bank. Includes;
Men’s gender relations, identity, and work-family balance in Latin America / José Olavarría.
Men’s participation as fathers in Latin America and the Caribbean: critical literature review and policy options / Gary Barker.
The role of men in families in the Caribbean: a historical perspective / Barry Chevannes.

Barker, G., Greene, M., Nascimento, M., Segundo, M., Ricardo, C., Taylor, A., Aguayo, F., Sadler, M., Das, A., Singh, S., Figueroa, J. G., Franzoni, J., Flores, N., Jewkes, R., Morrell, R. and Kato, J. (2012). Men Who Care: A Multi-Country Qualitative Study of Men in Non-Traditional Caregiving Roles. Washington, D.C.: International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Rio de Janeiro: Instituto Promundo. March.

Barker, G., Greene, M., Nascimento, M., Segundo, M., Ricardo, C., Taylor, A., Aguayo, F., Sadler, M., Das, A., Singh, S., Figueroa, J. G., Franzoni, J., Flores, N., Jewkes, R., Morrell, R. and Kato, J. (2012). Men Who Care: A Multi-Country Qualitative Study of Men in Non-Traditional Caregiving Roles. Washington, D.C.: International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Rio de Janeiro: Instituto Promundo. March 2012.

Barker, Gary, and Irene Loewenstein. (1997). Where the Boys Are: Attitudes Related to Masculinity, Fatherhood, and Violence Toward Women Among Low-Income Adolescent and Young-Adult Males in Rio-de-Janeiro, Brazil. Youth & Society, 29(2), pp. 166-196.

Barker, Richard W. (1994). Lone Fathers and Masculinities. Avebury: Ashgate Publ.

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Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 8(1), 2010;
Fatherhood harmony: polyphony, movement, and subjectivity / Todd L. Goodsell, Robyn J. Barrus, Jaren T. Meldrum and David W. Vargo.
Foster fathers and carework: engaging alternate models of parenting / Damien W. Riggs, Paul H. Delfabbro and Martha Augoustinos.
Of marmosets and men: triplet families as an ecological context that generates high father involvement / Jennifer Brout, Dara Magrone Lepofsky, Louise Bordeaux Silverstein and Carl F. Auerbach.
Acculturation and father engagement with infants among Chinese-and Mexican-origin immigrant fathers / Randolph c. Capps, Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew and Allison Horowitz.
Fathers do make a difference: parental involvement and adolescent alcohol use / Elizabeth A. Goncy and Manfred H.M. van Dulmen.
Child healthcare decision-making: examining “conjointness” in paternal identities among residential and non-residential fathers / Anthony Isacco and Craig F. Garfield.
Paternal depressive symptoms and adolescent functioning: the moderating effect of gender and father hostility / Ben T. Reeb, Katherine J. Conger and Ed.Y. Wu.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 8(2), 2010;
Divorcing parenting from child support: justice and care in the discourse of the rights and responsibilities of shared custody / Denise L. Whitehead.
Disentangling fathering and mothering: the role of youth personality / Heidi E. Stolz, Joseph A. Olsen, Brian K. Barber and Lisa M. Clifford.
A time varying evaluation of identity theory and father involvement for full custody, shared custody, and no custody divorced fathers / David S. DeGarmo.
Understanding positive father-child interaction: children’s, fathers’, and mothers’ contributions / Erin K. Holmes and Aletha C. Huston.
Estonian couples’ rationalizations for fathers’ rejection of parental leave / Marion Pajumets.
Subsequent fertility among urban fathers: the influence of relationship context / Mindy E. Scott, Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew, Cassandra Logan, Kerry Franzetta, Jennifer Manlove and Nicole Steward.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 7(3), 2009;
An exploratory study of fathers’ parenting stress and toddlers’ social development in low-income African American families / Stephanie J. Mitchell and Natasha J. Cabrera.
Father involvement with children following marital and non-marital separations / Lynda Laughlin, Danielle Farrie and Jay Fagan.
An exploration of married and divorced, nonresident men’s perceptions and organization of their father role identity / Spencer B. Olmstead, Ted G. Futris and Kay Pasley.
Upholding and expanding the normal family: future fatherhood through the eyes of gay male emerging adults / Carl Rabun and Ramona Faith Oswald.
Urban fathers’ role in maternal postpartum mental health / Craig F. Garfield and Anthony Isacco.
Is fatherhood becoming more visible at work? Trends in corporate support for fathers taking parental leave in Sweden / Linda Haas and C. Philip Hwang.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 7(2), 2009;
Fathers and the media: introduction to the special issue / Janice Kelly.
Does father still know best? An inductive thematic analysis of popular TV sitcoms / Timothy Allen Pehlke II, Charles B. Hennon, M. Elise Radina and Katherine A. Kuvalanka.
The depictions of fathers and children in best-selling picture books in the United States: a hybrid semiotic analysis / Suzanne M. Flannery Quinn.
Trends in academic attention to fathers, 1930-2006 / Wendy A. Goldberg, Edwin T. Tan and Kara L. Thorsen.
Good and bad fathers as moral rhetoric in Wall Street / John W. Jordan.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 7(1), 2009;
Transitions within fathering / Rob Palkovitz and Glen Palm.
Examining the relations of infant temperament and couples’ marital satisfaction to mother and father involvement: a longitudinal study / Karissa Greving Mehall, Tracy L. Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg and Bridget M. Gaertner.
“Just be there for them”: perceptions of fathering among single, low-income men / Renata Forste, John P. Bartkowski and Rebecca Allen Jackson.
Relations between mattering to step- and non-residential fathers and adolescent mental health / Clorinda E. Schenck, Sanford L. Braver, Sharlene A. Wolchik, Delia Saenz, Jeffrey T. Cookston and William V. Fabricius.
High-risk subsequent births among co-residential couples: the role of fathers, mothers, and couples / Kristin A. Moore, Suzanne Ryan, Jennifer Manlove, Lisa Mincieli and Erin Schelar.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(3), 2007.
Regular work, underground jobs, and hustling: an examination of paternal work and father involvement / Rachael A. Woldoff and Michael G. Cina.
Daddy’s come home: evangelicalism, fatherhood and lessons for boys in late nineteenth-century Britain / Stephanie Olsen. Parenting predictors of father-child attachment security: interactive effects of father involvement and fathering quality / Geoffrey L. Brown, Brent A. McBride, Nana Shin and Kelly K. Bost.
Gender congruence and social mediation as influences on fathers’ caregiving / Trent W. Maurer.
Fathers’ family of origin relationships and attitudes about father involvement from pregnancy through first year postpartum / John M. Beaton and William J. Doherty.
Why Fathers Count: The Importance of Fathers and Their Involvement with Children / Kay Pasley and Spencer Olmstead.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 9(3), 2011;
Is fatherhood a full-time job? Mixed methods insights into measuring stay-at-home fatherhood / Beth A. Latshaw.
The pick and mix of fathering identities / Gemma Anne Yarwood.
Firefighting and fathering: work-family conflict, parenting stress, and satisfaction with parenting and child behavior / Karina M. Shreffler, Meagan Parrish Meadows and Kelly D. Davis.
Parental leave in Sweden: motives, experiences, and gender equality amongst parents / Anna-Lena Almqvist, Anette Sandberg and Lars Dahlgren.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 9(1), 2011;
“Being man enough”: fatherhood experiences and expectations among teenage boys in South Africa / Ingrid O. Spjeldnaes, Karen Marie Moland, Janet Harris and David L. Sam.
The Dakota Father Friendly Assessment: measuring father friendliness in head start and similar settings / Joseph M. White, Sean E. Brotherson, Adam M. Galovan, Erin K. Holmes and Jennifer A. Kampmann.
Fathering and adolescent adjustment: variations by family structure and ethnic background / Melinda S. Leidy, Thomas J. Schofield, Marie A. Miller, Ross D. Parke, Scott Coltrane, Sanford Braver, Jeffrey Cookston, William Fabricius, Delia Saenz and Michele Adams.
Responsiveness in father-child relationships: the experience of fathers / Lynda M. Ashbourne, Kerry J. Daly and Jaime L. Brown.
Positive health outcomes of fathers’ involvement in pregnancy and childbirth paternal support: a scope study literature review / Lars Plantin, Adepeju Aderemi Olukoya and Pernilla Ny.
Fatherhood and fertility / Trude Lappegard, Marit Ronsen and Kari Skrede.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 8(3), 2010;
New observations on how fathers work and care: introduction to the special issue--men, Work and parenting--Part 1.(Editorial) / Linda Haas and Margaret O’Brien.
Like father, like son? The transmission of values, family practices, and work-family adaptations to sons of work-sharing men / Margunn Bjornholt.
“Without taking away her leave”: a Canadian case study of couples’ decisions on fathers’ use of paid parental leave / Lindsey McKay and Andrea Doucet.
Post-birth employment leave among fathers in Britain and the United States / Gayle Kaufman, Clare Lyonette and Rosemary Crompton.
UK fathers’ long work hours: career stage or fatherhood?(Report) / Laura Biggart and Margaret O’Brien.
“It’s a triangle that’s difficult to square”: men’s intentions and practices around caring, work and first-time fatherhood / Tina Miller.
Father involvement among working-class, dual-earner couples / Karen Meteyer and Maureen Perry-Jenkins.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 6(3), 2008.
Nonresident fathers’ family leisure patterns during parenting time with their children / Alisha T. Swinton, Patti A. Freeman, Ramon B. Zabriskie and Paul J. Fields.
Life stories of young fathers in contexts of vulnerability / Annie Devault, Marie-Pierre Milcent, Francine Ouellet, Isabelle Laurin, Marika Jauron and Carl Lacharite.
“A kiss for mother, a hug for dad”: the early 20th century Parents’ Day campaign / Ralph LaRossa and Jaimie Ann Carboy.
Mother involvement as an influence on father involvement with early adolescents / Joseph H. Pleck and Sandra L. Hofferth. 
Situated Fathering: A Focus on Physical and Social Spaces.Erin Kramer Holmes.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 6(2), 2008.
International research on fathering: an expanding horizon / Rudy Ray Seward and Rudolf Richter.
A life course perspective on fatherhood and family policies in the United States and South Africa / Kevin Roy.
Determinants, costs, and meanings of Belgian stay-at-home fathers: an international comparison / Laura Merla.
Doing fatherhood: understanding the gendered use of parental leave in Finland / Johanna Lammi-Taskula.
Impact of fathers’ support and activities on mothers’ marital satisfaction by income contribution during economic recession in Japan / Reiko Yamato.
The influence of partner involvement in fatherhood and domestic tasks on mothers’ fertility expectations in Italy / Antonella Pinnelli and Francesca Fiori.
Why most Swedish fathers and few French fathers use paid parental leave: an exploratory qualitative study of parents / Anna-Lena Almqvist. 

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 6(1), 2008.
Infant sleep and the quality of family life for first-time parents of three-month-old infants / Lynn Loutzenhiser and Phillip R. Sevigny.
The best of both worlds? Fatherhood and gender equality in Swedish paternity leave campaigns, 1976-2006 / Roger Klinth.
Mental models for parenting: correlates of metaparenting among fathers of young children / Jody S. Nicholson, Kimberley S. Howard and John G. Borkowski.
Perceived paternal and maternal involvement: factor structures, mean differences, and parental roles / Gordon E. Finley, Sandra D. Mira and Seth J. Schwartz. 
Regular work, underground jobs, and hustling: an examination of paternal work and father involvement / Rachael A. Woldoff and Michael G. Cina.
Daddy’s come home: evangelicalism, fatherhood and lessons for boys in late nineteenth-century Britain / Stephanie Olsen.
Parenting predictors of father-child attachment security: interactive effects of father involvement and fathering quality / Geoffrey L. Brown, Brent A. McBride, Nana Shin and Kelly K. Bost.
Gender congruence and social mediation as influences on fathers’ caregiving / Trent W. Maurer.
Fathers’ family of origin relationships and attitudes about father involvement from pregnancy through first year postpartum / John M. Beaton and William J. Doherty.
Why Fathers Count: The Importance of Fathers and Their Involvement with Children / Kay Pasley and Spencer Olmstead. 

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(3), 2007.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(2), 2007.
Marital satisfaction and father involvement during the transition to parenthood / Chih-Yuan S. Lee and William J. Doherty.
“Just like his dad”: family background and residency with children among young adult fathers / Renata Forste and Jonathan Jarvis.
African American fathering in violent neighborhoods: what role does spirituality play? / Bethany L. Letiecq. 
An ecological approach to father involvement in biological and stepfather families / Kari Adamsons, O’Brien Marion and Kay Pasley.
My Father before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other throughout Their Lives / Sam Osherson. 

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(1), 2007.
A qualitative analysis of fathers’ experiences of parental time after separation and divorce / Mara Hallman, Anna Dienhart and John Beaton.
Fathers’ motivation for involvement with their children: a self-determination theory perspective / Genevieve Bouchard, Catherine M. Lee, Veronica Asgary and Luc Pelletier.
Effects of parenting education on first-time fathers’ skills in interactions with their infants / Joyce Magill-Evans, Margaret J. Harrison, Karen Benzies, Mark Gierl and Cathy Kimak.
Fathers’ and mothers’ reports of involvement in caring for infants in Kadazan families in Sabah, Malaysia / Ziarat Hossain, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine, Rosnah Ismail, Shazia I. Hashmi and Agnes Sombuling. 

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 1(1), February 2003.
Editorial / Jay Fagan.
Talking and Doing Fatherhood: On Fatherhood and Masculinity in Sweden and England / Lars Plantin, Sven-Axel MÂnsson, and Jeremy Kearney.
Fathers’ Speech to Their Children: Perfect Pitch or Tin Ear? / G.G. Abkarian, James Paul Dworkin, and Andrea K. Abkarian.
Fathers’ Narratives of Arranging and Planning: Implications for Understanding Paternal Responsibility / Jeffrey L. Stueve and Joseph H. Pleck.
Work and Family Variables as Related to Paternal Engagement, Responsibility, and Accessibility in Dual-Earner Couples with Young Children / Suzanne M. Nangle, Michelle L. Kelley, William Fals-Stewart, and Ronald F. Levant.
Teaching about Fathers in a University Setting / Jeffrey L. Stueve and Marjorie F. Waynert.
Book Reviews;
Redefining Fatherhood by Nancy E. Dowd / Neil Chethik.
Between Fathers and Sons: Critical Incident Narratives in the Development of Men’s Lives edited by Robert Pellegrini and Theodore Sarbin / Paul Wenner.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 1(2), June 2003.
Editorial / Jay Fagan.
Methodological Considerations in Measuring Paternal Identity / Trent W. Maurer, Joseph H. Pleck, and Thomas R. Rane.
The Inner Father / Edythe M. Krampe.
Family of Origin Processes and Attitudes of Expectant Fathers / John M. Beaton, William J. Doherty, and Martha A. Rueter.
Playful Fathering: The Burden and Promise of Horace Bushnell’s Christian Nurture / David H. Jensen.
Reviews;
Involved Fathering and Men’s Adult Development: Provisional Balances. By Rob Palkovitz / Kevin Roy.
Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Edited by Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda and Natasha Cabrera / Randal D. Day.
All Men Are Sons (Video). Directed by John Badalment and Produced by Chad Grochowski / Glen Palm and Rob Palkovitz.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 1(3), October 2003.
Editorial / Jay Fagan.
Connection and Communication in Father-Child Relationships and Adolescent Child Well-Being / Sean E. Brotherson, Takashi Yamamoto, and Alan C. Acock.
African-American Fathering of Young Children in Violent Neighborhoods: Paternal Protective Strategies and Their Predictors / Bethany L. Letiecq and Sally A. Koblinsky.
Studying “Working Fathers”: Comparing Fathers’ and Mothers’ Work-Family Conflict, Fit, and Adaptive Strategies in a Global High-Tech Company / E. Jeffrey Hill, Alan J. Hawkins, Vjollca Murtinson, and Maria Ferris.
Promoting Children’s Mental Health in Disadvantaged Areas: Profiles of Fathers / Sarah Dufour and Camil Bouchard.
Prenatal Involvement of Adolescent Unmarried Fathers / Jay Fagan, Marina Barnett, Elisa Bernd, and Valerie Whiteman.
Book Reviews
The Package Deal: Marriage, Work and Fatherhood in Men’s Lives by Nicholas W. Townsend / Reviewed by Bahira Sherif-Trask.
Making Men into Fathers: Men, Masculinities and the Social Politics of Fatherhood edited by Barbara Hobson / Reviewed by Roni Strier.
Clinical and Educational Interventions with Fathers edited by Jay Fagan and Alan J. Hawkins / Reviewed by J. David Lambert.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 2(1), Winter 2004.
Guest Editorial / Natasha J. Cabrera (1-4).
Low-Income Fathers’ Involvement in Their Toddlers’ Lives: Biological Fathers from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Study / Natasha J. Cabrera, Rebecca M. Ryan, Jacqueline D. Shannon, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Cheri Vogel, Helen Raikes, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, and Rachel Cohen (5-30).
From Sports Fans to Nurturers: An Early Head Start Program’s Evolution toward Father Involvement / Carol L. McAllister, Patrick C. Wilson, and Jeffrey Burton (31-59).
Preferences and Perceptions about Getting Support Expressed by Low-Income Fathers / Jean Ann Summers, Kimberly Boller, and Helen Raikes (61-82).
Playing with Daddy: Social Toy Play, Early Head Start, and Developmental Outcomes / Lori A. Roggman, Lisa K. Boyce, Gina A. Cook, Katie Christiansen, and Deann Jones (83-108).
Reviews
Fathers and Early Childhood Programs by Jay Fagan and Glen Palm / Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Stueve (109-111).

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 2(2), Spring 2004.
American Fatherhood Types: The Good, the Bad, and the Uninterested / Loren Marks and Rob Palkovitz (113-129).
Key Determinants of Mothers’ Decisions to Allow Visits with Non-Custodial Fathers / Janice Laakso (131-145).
Unidimensional Versus Multidimensional Perspectives on Father Involvement / Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan, Brent A. McBride, and Moon-Ho Ringo Ho (147-163).
Class-Based Masculinities: Divorce, Fatherhood, and the Hegemonic Ideal / Beth Skilken Catlett and Patrick C. McKenry (165-190).
Paternal Involvement and Infant-Father Attachment: A Q-Set Study / Yvonne M. Caldera (191-210).

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 2(3), Fall 2004.
Guest Editorial: Reworking Work and Family Issues for Fathers / Kerry Daly and Rob Palkovitz (211-213).
Eyeing the Edges: Theoretical Considerations of Work and Family for Fathers in Midlife Development / Rob Palkovitz and Kerry Daly (215-233).
The Interweave of Fathers’ Daily Work Experiences and Fathering Behaviors / Daniel A. McDonald and David M. Almeida (235-251).
You Can’t Eat Love: Constructing Provider Role Expectations for Low-Income and Working-Class Fathers / Kevin M. Roy (253-276).
‘It’s Almost Like I Have a Job But I Don’t Get Paid’: Fathers at Home Reconfiguring Work, Care and Masculinity / Andrea Doucet (277-303).
Men’s and Women’s Elder Care Based Work-Family Conflict: Antecedents and Work-Related Outcomes / Jaime L. Barrah, Kenneth S. Shultz, Boris Baltes, and Heidi E. Stolz (305-330).
Book Reviews
Embracing Your Father: How to Build the Relationship You’ve Always Wanted with Your Dad, by Linda Nielsen / Reviewed by Anna Dienhart (331-333).
Black Fathers in Contemporary American Society: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Strategies for Change, edited by Obie Clayton, Ronald B. Mincy, and David Blankenhorn / Reviewed by William D. Allen (333-335).

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 3(1), Winter 2005.
Generative Fathering and the Dynamics of Connection between Fathers and Their Children / Sean E. Brotherson, David C. Dollahite, and Alan J. Hawkins (1-28).
Father Involvement in Early Head Start Programs / Helen H. Raikes, Jean Ann Summers, and Lori A. Roggman (29-58).
Conditions Affecting the Association between Father Identity and Father Involvement / Kari Henley and Kay Pasley (59-80).
How Reliable Are Fathers’ Reports of Involvement with Their Child: A Methodological Report / Kurt A. Wical and William J. Doherty (81-93).
Book Reviews
In Search of Fatherhood: Transcending Boundaries, edited by Diane A. Sears / Reviewed by Rob Palkowvitz (93-95).
Supporting Fathers: Contributions from the International Fatherhood Summit 2003 / Reviewed by Glen Palm (95-98).

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 3(2), Spring 2005.
Fathering Across the Border: Latino Fathers in Mexico and the U.S. / Brent Taylor and Andrew Behnke (99-120).
Fathering Court-Involved Daughters: Fathers’ Gender-Specific Concerns About Their Paternal Role / Angie M. Schock and Stephen M. Gavazzi (121-145).
Parents’ Problem Solving with Preadolescents and Its Association with Social Withdrawal at School: Considering Parents’ Stress and Child Gender / Scott R. Miller, Velma McBride Murry, and Gene H. Brody (147-163).
Revisiting Men’s Role in Father Involvement: The Importance of Personal Expectations / Jerry L. Cook, Randall M. Jones, Andrew J. Dick, and Archana Singh (165-178).
Book Review
Conceptualizing and Measuring Father Involvement. Edited by Randal Day and Michael Lamb / Reviewed by Wm. Michael Fleming (179-182).

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 3(3), Fall 2005.
Randal D. Day, Alan C. Acock, Stephen J. Bahr, and Joyce Arditti / Incarcerated Fathers Returning Home to Children and Families: Introduction to the Special Issue and a Primer on Doing Research with Men in Prison (183-200).
Wm. Justin Dyer / Prison, Fathers, and Identity: A Theory of How Incarceration Affects Men’s Paternal Identity (201-219).
Lynda Clarke, Margaret O’Brien, Randal D. Day, Hugo Godwin, Jo Connolly, Joanne Hemmings, and Terri Van Leeson / Fathering behind Bars in English Prisons: Imprisoned Fathers’ Identity and Contact with Their Children (221-241).
Stephen J. Bahr, Anita Harker Armstrong, Benjamin Guild Gibbs, Paul E. Harris, and James K. Fisher / The Reentry Process: How Parolees Adjust to Release from Prison (243-265).
Joyce A. Arditti, Sara A. Smock, and Tiffaney S. Parkman / It’s Been Hard to be a Father: A Qualitative Exploration of Incarcerated Fatherhood (267-288).
Kevin M. Roy and Omari L. Dyson / Gatekeeping in Context: Babymama Drama and the Involvement of Incarcerated Fathers (289-310).
Book Reviews
Fatherhood Arrested: Parenting from Within the Juvenile Justice System by Anne M. Nurse / Reviewed by Brad Tripp.
The Role of the Father in Child Development (4th edition) edited by Michael E. Lamb / Reviewed by William Marsiglio.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 4(1), Winter 2006.
A Role Theory Perspective on Patterns of Separated and Divorced African-American Nonresidential Father Involvement with Children / RANDALL LEITE AND PATRICK MCKENRY.
Predictors of Paternal Involvement in Childcare in Dual-earner Families with Young Children / JULIE N. JACOBS AND MICHELLE L. KELLEY.
American Indian Fathering in the Dakota Nation: Use of Akicita as a Fatherhood Standard / JOSEPH M. WHITE, JOYZELLE GODFREY, AND BILL IRON MOCCASIN / Examining the Culture of Fatherhood in American Children’s Literature: Presence Interactions, and Nurturing Behaviors of Fathers in Caldecott Award Winning Picture Books (1938-2002). / SUZANNE M. FLANNERY QUINN.
Child Support Enforcement and Father Involvment for Children in Never-Married Mother Families / Chien-Chung Huang.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 4(2), Spring 2006.
Good Fathering: Father and Son Perceptions of What It Means to be a Good Father / MARK T. MORMAN AND KORY FLOYD.
Father Involvement and Adolescent Adjustment: Longitudinal Findings from Add Health / JEFFREY T. COOKSTON AND ANDREA K. FINLAY.
The Father Presence Questionnaire: A New Measure of the Subjective Experience of Being Fathered / EDYTHE M. KRAMPE AND RAE R. NEWTON.
Single Parenthood and the Double Standard / FRANCES GOLDSCHEIDER AND GAYLE KAUFMAN.
BOOK REVIEWS
Stepdads: Stories of Love, Hope, and Repair by William Marsiglio / REVIEWED BY LOWELL JOHNSON.
Birthing Fathers - The Transformation of Men in American Rites of Birth by Richard K. Reed / REVIEWED BY SHIRA SEGAL.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 4(3), Fall 2006.
Learning Competent Fathering: A Longitudinal Analysis of Marital Intimacy and Fathering / KAY BRADFORD AND ALAN J. HAWKINS.
The Transition to fatherhood: Identity and Bonding in Early Pregnancy / CHERINE HABIB AND SANDRA LANCASTER.
Resident Fathers’ Perceptions of Their Roles and Links to involvement with Infants / JACINTA BRONTE-TINKEW, JENNIFER CARRANAND LINA GUZMAN.
The Effects of Involved Nonresidential Fathers’ Distress, Parenting Behaviors, Inter-Parental Conflict, and the Quality of Father-Child Relationships on Children’s Well-Being / SCOTT E. HARPER AND MARK A. FINE.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(1), Winter 2007.
A Qualitative Analysis of Fathers’ Experiences of Parental Time after Separation and Divorce / Mara Hallman, Anna Dienhart and John Beaton.
Fathers’ Motivation for Involvement with Their Children: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective / Geneviève Bouchard, Catherine M. Lee, Veronica Asgary and Luc Pelletier.
Effects of Parenting Education on First-Time Fathers’ Skills in Interactions with Their Infants / Joyce Magill-Evans, Margaret J. Harrison, Karen Benzies, Mark Gierl and Cathy Kimak.
Fathers’ and Mothers’ Reports of Involvement in Caring for Infants in Kadazan Families in Sabah, Malaysia / Ziarat Hossain, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine, Rosnah Ismail, Shazia I. Hashmi and Agnes Sombuling.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(2), Spring 2007.
Marital Satisfaction and Father Involvement during the Transition to Parenthood / Chih-Yuan S. Lee and William J. Doherty.
"Just Like His Dad": Family Background and Residency with Children among Young Adult Fathers / Renata Forste and Jonathan Jarvis.
African American Fathering in Violent Neighborhoods: What Role Does Spirituality Play? / Bethany L. Letiecq.
An Ecological Approach to Father Involvement in Biological and Stepfather Families / Kari Adamsons, Marion O’Brien and Kay Pasley.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 5(3), Fall 2007.
Regular Work, Underground Jobs, and Hustling: An Examination of Paternal Work and Father Involvement / Rachael A. Woldoff and Michael G. Cina.
Daddy’s Come Home: Evangelicalism, Fatherhood and Lessons for Boys in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain / Stephanie Olsen.
Parenting Predictors of Father-Child Attachment Security: Interactive Effects of Father Involvement and Fathering Quality / Geoffrey L. Brown, Brent A. McBride, Nana Shin and Kelly K. Bost.
Gender Congruence and Social Mediation as Influences on Fathers’ Caregiving / Trent W. Maurer.
Fathers’ Family of Origin Relationships and Attitudes about Father Involvement from Pregnancy through First Year Postpartum / John M. Beaton and William J. Doherty

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, 6(1), Winter 2008.
Infant Sleep and the Quality of Family Life for First-Time Parents of Three-Month-Old Infants / Lynn Loutzenhiser and Phillip R. Sevigny.
The Best of Both Worlds? Fatherhood and Gender Equality in Swedish Paternity Leave Campaigns, 1976-2006 / Roger Klinth.
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Magazines

 

Modern Dad: For a New Generation of Fathers (began July/August 1995) .