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Advancing research and measurement on fathering and children's development

Author: Brenda L VollingNatasha J CabreraRoss D ParkeJeffrey T CookstonMark E FeinbergAll authors
Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Wiley, 2019.
Series: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, v. 84, no. 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Fathers are more than social accidents. Research has demonstrated that fathers matter to children's development. Despite noted progress, challenges remain on how best to conceptualize and assess fathering and father-child relationships. The current monograph is the result of an SRCD-sponsored meeting of fatherhood scholars brought together to discuss these challenges and make recommendations for best practices for  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brenda L Volling; Natasha J Cabrera; Ross D Parke; Jeffrey T Cookston; Mark E Feinberg; Damon E Jones; Brandon T McDaniel; Lieselotte Ahnert; David Almeida; W Justin Dyer; Jay Fagan; Xin Feng, (Professor of family sciences); Micah Gerhardt; Richard Gonzalez; Elizabeth Karberg; Claire M Kamp Dush; Rebecca Kaufman; Catherine Kuhns; Jin-kyung Lee; Joyce Y Lee; Siwei Liu; Jenessa Malin; Bernhard Piskernik; Paige Safyer; Sarah J Schoppe-Sullivan; Matthew M Stevenson
OCLC Number: 1101906421
Description: 159 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Advancing Research and Measurement on Fathering and Child Development: Introducing the Issues and a Conceptual Framework / Brenda L. Volling and Natasha J. Cabrera --
New Fathers' and Mothers' Daily Stressors and Resources Influence Parent Adjustment and Family Relationships / Mark E. Feinberg, Damon E. Jones, Brandon T. McDaniel, Siwei Liu, and David Almeida --
Longitudinal Measurement Invariance Across Fathers' and Mothers' Reports of Maternal Gatekeeping Behavior / Jin-kyung Lee, Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan, Xin Feng, Micah L. Gerhardt, and Claire M. Kamp Dush --
In Search of the Father-Infant Activation Relationship: A Person-Centered Approach / Brenda L. Volling, Matthew M. Stevenson, Paige Safyer, Richard Gonzalez, and Joyce Y. Lee --
What Does It Mean When Fathers Are Involved in Parenting? / Bernhard Piskernik and Lieselotte Ahnert --
Longitudinal Contributions of Maternal and Paternal Intrusive Behaviors to Children's Sociability and Sustained Attention at Prekindergarten / Elizabeth Karberg, Natasha J. Cabrera, Jenessa Malin, and Catherine Kuhns --
Conceptualizing and Measuring Low-Income, Nonresident Fathers' Contact With Children / Jay Fagan, Rebecca Kaufman, and W. Justin Dyer --
Moving Research on Fathering and Children's Development Forward: Priorities and Recommendations for the Future / Natasha J. Cabrera and Brenda L. Volling --
Commentary. Many Types of Fathers, Many Types of Contexts: An Agenda for Future Progress in Fathering Research / Ross D. Parke and Jeffrey T. Cookston.
Series Title: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, v. 84, no. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Brenda L. Volling, Natasha J. Cabrera, with commentary by Ross D. Parke and Jeffrey T. Cookston.

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Fathers are more than social accidents. Research has demonstrated that fathers matter to children's development. Despite noted progress, challenges remain on how best to conceptualize and assess fathering and father-child relationships. The current monograph is the result of an SRCD-sponsored meeting of fatherhood scholars brought together to discuss these challenges and make recommendations for best practices for incorporating fathers in studies on parenting and children's development. The first aim of this monograph was to provide a brief update on the current state of research on fathering and to lay out a developmental ecological systems perspective as a conceptual framework for understanding the different spaces fathers inhabit in their children's lives. Because there is wide variability in fathers' roles, the ecological systems perspective situates fathers, mothers, children, and other caregivers within an evolving network of interrelated social relationships in which children and their parents change over time and space (e.g., residence). The second aim was to present examples of empirical studies conducted by members of the international working group that highlighted different methods, data collection, and statistical analyses used to capture the variability in father-child relationships. The monograph ends with a commentary that elaborates on the ecological systems framework with a discussion of the broader macrosystem and social-contextual influences that impinge on fathers and their children. The collection of articles contributes to research on father-child relationships by advancing theory and presenting varied methods and analysis strategies that assist in understanding the father-child relationship and its impact on child development.

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