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Fatherhood 4.0 : iDad applications across cultures

Author: Dalton Higgins
Publisher: London, Ont. : Insomniac Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Reveals the timeliness of the growing discourse around issues of fathering and fatherhood. This book examines the state of cross-cultural fatherhood as seen by black, Asian, South Asian, and, First Nations men.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Cross-cultural studies
Interviews
Entretiens
Études transculturelles
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Higgins, Dalton.
Fatherhood 4.0.
London : Insomniac Press, ©2000
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dalton Higgins
ISBN: 9781554830091 1554830095
OCLC Number: 760412260
Description: 1 online resource (195 pages)
Contents: Fathering for dummies (and hipsters and POC too) --
Spreading the seed : Bob Marley and the Wailers --
Paternal gratitude / a poem by Peculiar I --
Of barbershops and black dads --
Conversations with black fathers --
Pops in popular culture --
A cool diverse dads movement --
Interviews with cool diverse dads --
Daddy digital / Mr. Mom 2022 --
Fathering in the shadows : indigenous fathers and Canada's colonial legacies / Jessica Ball --
Hip hop pops and baby daddies --
Seminal moments in baby daddy history : a timeline --
Yo Dada Dada --
Fatherhood mixtape --
A letter to an unborn child : Tupac and Mark Campbell --
America's dad : from Cosby to Obama --
The new school activists --
Blame it on daddyhood : the future of fathering --
Dear Dad / a poem by Al St. Louis.
Other Titles: Fatherhood four point zero
Responsibility: Dalton Higgins.
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Abstract:

Reveals the timeliness of the growing discourse around issues of fathering and fatherhood. This book examines the state of cross-cultural fatherhood as seen by black, Asian, South Asian, and, First Nations men.

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