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Men in Families : When Do They Get involved? What Difference Does It Make?.

By: Booth, Alan.
Contributor(s): Crouter, Ann C.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Penn State University Family Issues Symposia Series: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2016Copyright date: ©1998Description: 1 online resource (350 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781135686222.Subject(s): Fathers--CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Men in Families : When Do They Get involved? What Difference Does It Make?DDC classification: 305.31 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- PART I: MEN'S ROLES IN FAMILIES: A LOOK BACK, A LOOK FORWARD -- 1 From Patriarchy to Androgyny and Other Myths: Placing Men's Family Roles in Historical Perspective -- 2 The Invisible Man Revisited: Comments on the Life Course, History, and Men's Roles in American Families -- 3 On the Flexibility of Fatherhood -- 4 Fatherhood Then and Now -- PART II: MEN'S INVESTMENT IN PARENTHOOD -- 5 Human Parental Investment and Fertility: The Life Histories of Men in Albuquerque -- 6 Why Should Fathers Father? -- 7 In Search of a Theory: Men's Fertility and Parental Investment in Modern Economies -- 8 Subjectivity and Practicality in Mating and Parenting Decisions -- PART III: MARITAL RELATIONS: WHAT DO MEN CONTRIBUTE? -- 9 Toward a Process Model of Men in Marriages and Families -- 10 Gender, Power, and Emotional Expression: Social and Historical Contexts for a Process Model of Men in Marriages and Families -- 11 The Importance of Variation Among Men and the Benefits of Feminism for Families -- 12 Marriages in Men's Lives -- PART IV: FATHERS: WHEN DO THEY MAKE A DIFFERENCE? -- 13 More Than Money? Men's Contributions to Their Children's Lives -- 14 Paternal Influence and Children's Well-Being: Limits of, and New Directions for, Understanding -- 15 Social Capital and the Role of Fathers in the Family -- 16 Men's Contributions to Children and Social Policy -- 17 Men in Families: Looking Back, Looking Forward -- Author Index -- Subject Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- PART I: MEN'S ROLES IN FAMILIES: A LOOK BACK, A LOOK FORWARD -- 1 From Patriarchy to Androgyny and Other Myths: Placing Men's Family Roles in Historical Perspective -- 2 The Invisible Man Revisited: Comments on the Life Course, History, and Men's Roles in American Families -- 3 On the Flexibility of Fatherhood -- 4 Fatherhood Then and Now -- PART II: MEN'S INVESTMENT IN PARENTHOOD -- 5 Human Parental Investment and Fertility: The Life Histories of Men in Albuquerque -- 6 Why Should Fathers Father? -- 7 In Search of a Theory: Men's Fertility and Parental Investment in Modern Economies -- 8 Subjectivity and Practicality in Mating and Parenting Decisions -- PART III: MARITAL RELATIONS: WHAT DO MEN CONTRIBUTE? -- 9 Toward a Process Model of Men in Marriages and Families -- 10 Gender, Power, and Emotional Expression: Social and Historical Contexts for a Process Model of Men in Marriages and Families -- 11 The Importance of Variation Among Men and the Benefits of Feminism for Families -- 12 Marriages in Men's Lives -- PART IV: FATHERS: WHEN DO THEY MAKE A DIFFERENCE? -- 13 More Than Money? Men's Contributions to Their Children's Lives -- 14 Paternal Influence and Children's Well-Being: Limits of, and New Directions for, Understanding -- 15 Social Capital and the Role of Fathers in the Family -- 16 Men's Contributions to Children and Social Policy -- 17 Men in Families: Looking Back, Looking Forward -- Author Index -- Subject Index.

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