Michigan Family Review

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 1, 1997

Beyond the Myths: Paternal Values of Latino Fathers
As the Latino population becomes the largest minority group in the United States, it is critical that they become an integral part of all aspects of society. Increasingly, the well being of society will depend on the well being of this and other minority...
Book Reviews
Book ReviewsBryan, Mark (1997). The Prodigal Father: Reuniting Fathers and their Children. New York: Potter/Random House. ISBN 0-51770-617-2. 278 pp.Recent statistics show that 40% of the children of divorced parents have not seen their fathers in the...
Fatherhood and Motherhood in a Diverse and Changing World
In virtually every society, the care and feeding of children are tasks entrusted primarily to fathers and mothers. That this is true does not mean, however, that the role of being a parent has been the same in all times and all places. In the militaristic...
Provisional Balances: Fathers' Perceptions of the Politics and Dynamics of Involvement in Family and Career Development
4. Christian Dunn is an undergraduate student, Department of Individual and Family Studies, University of Delaware.Contemporary literature often emphasizes the new "culture of fatherhood" (LaRossa, 1988), highlighting care giving and nurturant interactions...
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