7. Fatherhood & families

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

a) 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.

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.

Adams, Michele, and Scott Coltrane. (2005). Boys and Men in Families: The Domestic Production of Gender, Power, and Privilege. In Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. (eds). (2005). The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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

Aitken, Stuart C. (2000). Fathering and faltering: “Sorry, but you don’t have the necessary accoutrements.” Environment and Planning A, 32, 581-598.

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, pp. 199-212.

Allen, Sarah M., and Alan J. Hawkins. (1999). Mothers’ Beliefs and Behaviors That Inhibit Greater Father Involvement in Family. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61(1): 199-212.

Alliance, M.F. (1992). Working With Fathers: Methods and Perspectives. Stillwater, MN: NU Ink Unlimited.

Amato, Paul R., and Joan G. Gilbreth. (1999). Nonresident Fathers and Children’s Well-Being: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Marriage and the Family. 61, August.

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, Elaine A., Julie K. Kohler, and Bethany L. Letiecq. (2002). Low-income fathers and “responsible fatherhood” programs: a qualitative investigation of participants’ experiences. Family Relations, April, Vol. 51, Iss. 2; pp. 148-155.

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.

Arcana, Judith. (1983). Fathers: The Men in Our Lives. In Richardson, Laurel and Taylor, Verta. (eds). Feminist Frontiers: Rethinking Sex, Gender, and Society, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.

Ayer, E. (1993). Everything You Need to Know About Teen Fatherhood. In R. Roser. (ed.). New York: Roser Group.

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

Balbus, Isaac D. (1998). Emotional Rescue: The Theory and Practice of a Feminist Father. Routledge.

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

Bancroft, L. and Silverman, J. (2002). The Batterer As Parent: Addressing the impact of domestic violence on family dynamics. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.

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, 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.

Barras, Jonetta Rose. (2000). Whatever Happened to Daddy’s Little Girl: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women. One World.

Barreca, Regina. (1993). Perfect Husbands (and Other Fairy Tales): Demystifying Marriage, Men and Romance. New York: Harmony Books.

Barrow, C. (2002). Child rights and Caribbean family life: Contesting the rhetoric of male marginality, female-headed households and extended family breakdown. In Barrow C (ed.) Children’s Rights: Caribbean Realities; Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston, Jamaica.

Barth, R.P., M. Claycomb, and A. Loomis. (1988). Services to Adolescent Fathers. Health and Social Work, 13, 277-287.

Beail, Nigel, and Jacqueline McGuire. (1982). Fathers: A Psychological Perspective. Grand Junction, TN: Junction.

Beaty, Melda (ed.). (2005). My Soul to His Spirit: Soulful Expressions from Black Daughters to Their Fathers. Baker & Taylor.

Beckerman, S., and P. Valentine. (2002). Cultures of Multiple Fathers. The Theory and Practice of Paritable Paternity in Lowland South America. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

Beer, W. R. (1983). Househusbands: Men and Housework in American Families. South Hadley, MA: J. F. Bergen.

Benedict, Dirk. (1993). And Then We Went Fishing: A Story of Fatherhood, Fate and Forgiveness.

Berry, Patricia. (ed.). (1990). Fathers and Mothers. Spring Publications.

Biblarz, Timothy, Adrian Raftery, and Alexander Bucur. (1997). Family-Structure and Social Mobility. Social Forces, 75(4), pp. 1319-1339.

Biddulph, Steve. (1994). You and Your Father. Chapter 4. Being a Real Father. Chapter 7. In Manhood: A Book About Setting Men Free. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Biller, H.B. (1993). Fathers and Families: Paternal Factors in Child Development. Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Bittman, Michael, Paula England, Liana Sayer, Nancy Folbre, and George Matheson. (2003). When Does Gender Trump Money? Bargaining and Time in Household Work. American Journal of Sociology v.109 no.1 Jul: 186-214.

Bittman, Michael, Sonia Hoffman, and Denise Thompson. (2004). Men’s Uptake of Family-friendly Employment Provisions. Canberra: Department of Family and Community Services.

Blain, Jenny. (1993). The Daily Construction of Fatherhood: Men Talk About Their Lives. In Haddad, Tony. (ed.). Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Blankenhorn, David. (1995). Fatherless America: Confronting our Most Urgent Social Problem. New York: Basic Books.

Bly, Robert. (1990). Iron John: A Book About Men. Dorset: Addison-Wesley.

Bogenschneider, Karen. (2000). Has family policy come of age? A decade review of the state of U.S. family policy in the 1990s. Journal of Marriage and Family. Nov., Vol. 62, Iss. 4.

Boose, Lynda E., and Betty S. Flowers. (eds). (1989). Daughters and Fathers. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

Booth, A., and A. Crouter. (eds.), Men in Families: When Do They Get Involved? What Difference Does It Make?. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Bozett, Frederick W., and Shirley M.H. Hanson. (eds). (1991). Fatherhood and Families in Cultural Context. New York: Springer.

Brachet-Marquez, V. (1994). Absentee Fathers: A Case-Based Study of Family Law and Child Welfare in Mexico. The Population Council/International Center for Research on Women Series.

Bradley, Robert H., and Robert F. Corwyn. (2000). Fathers’ Socioemotional Investment in Their Children. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 333-347.

Bradshaw, Jonathan, Carol Stimson, Christine Skinner, and Julie Williams. (1999). Absent Fathers?. Routledge.

Brandth, Berit, and Elin Kvande. (1998). Masculinity and Child Care: The Reconstruction of Fathering. Sociological Review, 46(2), May, pp. 293-313.

Brandth, Berit, and Elin Kvande. (2003). Fleksible Fedre. Oslo: University Press.

Bronstein, P., and C. Cowan. (eds). (1988). Fatherhood Today: Men’s Changing Role in the Family. New York: Wiley.

Brotherson, S.E., and J.M. White. (eds.). (2005). Why Fathers Count. Harriman, TN: Men’s Studies Press.

Broughton, I. (1993). A Good Man: Fathers and Sons in Poetry and Prose. New York: Fawcett Columbine.

Brown, S. (1990). If the Shoes Fit: Final Report and Program Implementation Guide of the Maine Young Fathers Project. Portland, ME: University of Southern Maine, Human Services Development Institute.

Bruns, Patrick R. (1994). Thoughts on Father’s Day. Journal of Men’s Studies, 2(4), May, pp. 375-377.

Bulanda, R. E. (2004). Paternal Involvement with Children: The Influence of Gender Ideologies. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(1): 40.

Burgess, Adrienne, and Sandy Ruxton. (1996). Men and Their Children: Proposals for Public Policy. London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

Burgess, Adrienne. (1997). Fatherhood Reclaimed: The making of the modern father. London: Vermilion.

Burgess, Adrienne. (2004). Making the most of fathers. Local Economy, Volume 19, Number 3, August, pp. 282-287.

Burke, T. (1994). Major League Dad. Colorado Springs, CO: Focus on the Family.

Burkett, M. (1993). The Dad Zone: Reports From the Tender, Bewildering, and Hilarious World of Fatherhood. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Cabrera, N., and H.E. Peters. (2000). Public policies and father involvement. Marriage and Family Review, 29, pp. 295-314.

Campbell, N.R. (1992). Adaptation to Emergent Fathering in a Prenatal Education Support Group [Microfilm], Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International.

Carey, Maggie. (1996). Healing the Mother Wound. In McLean, Chris, Carey, Maggie and White, Cheryl. (eds). Men’s Ways of Being. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press (First Published 1992, Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No’s 3 & 4).

Caribbean Child Development Centre. (1995). Men and Their Families: Contributions of Caribbean Men to Family Life. Jamaica.

Carlson, R. (ed.). (1992). Father Memories: How to Discover the Unique, Powerful and Lasting Impact Your Father Has on Your Adult Life and Relationships. Chicago, IL: Moody.

Castelain-Meunier, Christine. (1992). Hang On, Dads: Men Confront Their Wives and Their Children. Paris: Albin Michel.

Cath, S., Gurwitt, A. and Ross, J.M. (eds). (1994). Father and Child: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives. Boston, MA: Little Brown.

Cath, Stanley H. et. al. (eds). (1989). Fathers and Their Families. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Cazenave, N. A. and Leon, G. H. (1987). Men’s Work and Family Roles and Characteristics: Race, Gender, and Class Perceptions of College Students. In Kimmel, Michael. (ed.). Changing Men: New Directions in Research on Men and Masculinity. New York: Sage.

Cazés, Daniel. (1996). Nuevas Perspectivas en las Paternidades (New Perspectives in Fatherhood). In Coloquio del Día del Padre, Colectivo de Hombres Por Relaciones Igualitarias, México.

Cazés, Daniel. (1999). Paternidades Vividas y Vislumbradas al final del Milenio (Lived and dreamed Fatherhoods at the end of the Millenium). In Revista Memoria 27, México.

Chethik, Neil. (2001). Father Loss: How sons of all ages come to terms with the deaths of their dads. New York: Hyperion Books.

Chevannes, B. (2002). Fatherhood in the African-Caribbean landscape: An exploration in meaning and context. In Barrow C (ed.). (2002). Children’s Rights: Caribbean Realities; Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston, Jamaica.

Childs, K. (1991). At His Age! The Joys, Dilemmas and Discoveries of Late Fatherhood. North Sydney, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

Chopra, Radhika. (2001). Retrieving the Father: Gender Studies, ‘Father Love’ and the Discourse of Mothering. Women’s Studies International Forum. 24(3-4):445-455, May-Aug..

Christmon, K. (1990). Parental Responsibility of African-American Unwed Adolescent Fathers. Adolescence, 25, 645-652.

Christmon, K. (1990). The Unwed Adolescent Father’s Perceptions of his Family and of Himself as a Father. Child and Adolescent Social Work, 11, 363-378.

Clark, J. Michael. (1997). Men as Couples: Doing Our Homework, Creating Justice. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(3), February, pp. 193-219.

Clarke, Juanne N. (2005). Fathers’ Home Health Care Work When a Child Has Cancer: I’m Her Dad; I Have to Do It. Men and Masculinities, 7(4), April, pp. 385-404.

Cochran, D. (1997). African American Fathers: A Decade Review of the Literature. Families in Society, 340-351.

Cohen, Theodore F. (1987). Remaking Men: Men’s Experiences Becoming and Being Husbands and Fathers and Their Implications for Conceptualising Men’s Lives. Journal of Family Issues, March.

Cohen, Theodore F. (1989). Becoming and Being Husbands and Fathers: Work and Family Conflict for Men. In Risman, Barbara J. and Schwartz, Pepper. (eds). Gender in Intimate Relationships. Belmont, California: Wadsworth.

Cohen, Theodore F. (1993). What Do Fathers Provide? Reconsidering the Economic and Nurturement Dimensions of Men as Parents. In Hood, Jane C. (ed.). Men, Work and Family. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Coley, R.L. (2001). (In)visible men: Emerging research on low-income, unmarried, and minority fathers. American Psychologist, 56, pp. 743-753.

Collier, Richard. (1993). Masculinity, Law and Family. London: Routledge.

Collier, Richard. (1999). Men, Heterosexuality and the Changing Family: (Re)Constructing Fatherhood in Law and Social Policy. Chapter Two in Jagger, Gill and Wright, Caroline. (eds). Changing Family Values. London & New York: Routledge.

Collier, Richard. (2001). A Hard Time to be a Father? Reassessing the relationship between law, policy, and family (practices). Journal of Law and Society, 28(4), December.

Colman, Arthur, and Libby Colman. (1981). Earth Father/Sky Father: The Changing Concept of Fathering. Englewood, MN: Prentice Hall.

Colman, Arthur, and Libby Colman. (eds). The Father: Mythology and Changing Roles. Chiron Publications.

Coltrane, Scott, and Kenneth Allan. (1994). ‘New’ Fathers and Old Stereotypes: Representations of Masculinity in 1980’s Television Advertising. Masculinities, 2(4), Winter, pp. 43-66 .

Coltrane, Scott, and Michele Adams. (2001). Men’s Family Work: Child-centered fathering and the sharing of domestic labor. Pp. 72-99 in Working Families: The transformation of the American home. Rosanna Hertz and Nancy Marshall. (eds.). University of California Press.

Coltrane, Scott, and Ross D. Parke. (1998). Reinventing Fatherhood: Toward an Historical Understanding of Continuity and Change in Men’s Family Lives. National Centre on Fathers and Families, Philadelphia, PA. WP-98-12A.

Coltrane, Scott, Ross D. Parke, and Michele Adams. (2004). Complexity of Father Involvement in Low-Income Mexican American Families. Family Relations, 53(2), pp. 179-189.

Coltrane, Scott. (1988). Father-Child Relationships and the Status of Women: A Cross-cultural Study. American Journal of Sociology, 93, pp. 1060-95.

Coltrane, Scott. (1989). Household Labor and the Routine Production of Gender. Social Problems, 36, pp. 473-490.

Coltrane, Scott. (1996). Family Man: Fatherhood, Housework and Gender Equity. New York: Oxford University Press.

Coltrane, Scott. (2004). Fathering: Paradoxes, contradictions, and dilemmas. Pp. 224-243 in Handbook of Contemporary Families: Considering the past, contemplating the future, Marilyn Coleman and Lawrence Ganong. (eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Combs, Don C., and Herbert K. Hegar. (1996). A Gender/Ethnic Investigation of Relationship Closeness to the Father and the Experience of Grief. Journal of Men’s Studies, 4(4), May, pp. 341-353.

Condon, Guy et. al. (2001). Fatherhood Aborted. Tyndale House Pub.

Condon, John T., Philip Boyce, and Carolyn J. Corkindale. (2004). The First-Time Fathers Study: A prospective study of the mental health and wellbeing of men during the transition to parenthood. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, v.38 no.1-no.2 Jan-Feb: 56-64.

Coney, Nancy S., and Wade C. Mackey. (1997). Motivations Toward Fathering: Two Minority Profiles Within the Majority’s Context. Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(2), Winter, pp. 169-188.

Cooper, Mick, and Peter Baker. (1996). Fathering: The Nurturing Man. Chapter 8 in The MANual: The Complete Man’s Guide to Life. London: Thorsons.

Corneau, Guy. (1991). Absent Fathers, Lost Sons: The Search for Masculine Identity. New York: Random House.

Cosby, B. (1993). Fatherhood. New York: Berkley Trade.

Cose, E. (1995). A Man’s World. New York: Harper-Collins.

Coverman, S. and Sheley, J. (1986). Changes in Men’s Housework and Childcare Time, 1965-75. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 48, May.

Craig, L. (2006). Does Father Care Mean Fathers Share?: A Comparison of How Mothers and Fathers in Intact Families Spend Time with Children. Gender Society, 20(2): 259-281.

Creighton, C. (1999). The rise and decline of the male breadwinner family in Britain. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 23: 5, pp. 519-41.

Cross, Peter, and Harry Stein. (1997). So’s Your Old Man: A Curmudgeon’s Words to his Son.

Curran, Laura, and Laura S. Abrams. (2000). Making Men into Dads: Fatherhood, the State, and Welfare Reform. Gender & Society. 14(5), October, pp. 662-678.

Curran, Laura. (2003). Social work and fathers: Child support and fathering programs. Social Work, 48(2): 219-227.

Dahmer, L. (1994). A Father’s Story. New York: Morrow.

Dalbey, G. (1992). Father and Son: The Wound, the Healing, the Call to Manhood. Nashville, TN: T. Nelson Publishers.

Daloz, L. (1981). Sharing Parenting: The Male Perspective. In Lewis, Robert A. (ed.). Men in Difficult Times. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Daly, Kerry. (1993). Through the Eyes of Others: Reconstructing the Meaning of Fatherhood. In Haddad, Tony. (ed.). Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Daniel, Brigid, and Julie Taylor. (2001). Engaging with Fathers: Practice Issues for Health and Social Care. London; Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Daniels, Cynthia R. (ed.). (1998). Lost Fathers: The Politics of Fatherlessness. London: Macmillan.

Danzig, P. (1981). Fatherhood and My Rebirth as a Man. In Lewis, Robert A. (ed.). Men in Difficult Times. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Day, R.D., and M.E. Lamb. (eds.). (2003). New Advances in Understanding Father Involvement. New Jersey: Erlkbaum.

Day, R.D., and M.E. Lamb. (eds.). (2004). Conceptualizing and measuring father involvement. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dempsey, Deborah. (2004). Donor, father or parent? Conceiving paternity in the Australian Family Court. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, v.18 no.1, April, pp. 76-102.

Dennis, Norman, and George Erdos. (1993). Families Without Fatherhood. London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit, Choice in Welfare No. 12 (2nd edition).

Dienhart, A. (1998). Reshaping Fatherhood: The social construction of shared parenting. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Dodds, B. (1990). Dads, Catholic Style. Ann Arbor, MI: Servant Publications.

Dollahite, D. C., L. D. Marks, and M. M. Olson. (2002). Fathering, faith, and family therapy: Generative narrative therapy with religious fathers. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 13, 263-294. [published simultaneously in T. D. Carlson & M. J. Erickson. (eds.), Spirituality and Family Therapy (pp. 259-290). New York: Haworth.]

Dollahite, David C. (2003). Fathering for eternity: Generative spirituality in Latter-day Saint fathers of children with special needs. Review of Religious Research, 44, 237-251.

Dollahite, David C. (ed.). (1998). Journal of Men’s Studies, Special Issue: Fathering, Faith, and Spirituality. 7(1), Fall. Includes.
Dollahite, David C. Fathering, Faith, and Spirituality.
Furrow, James L. The Ideal Father: Religious Narratives and the Role of Fatherhood.
Palkovitz, Rob and Palm, Glen F. Fatherhood and Faith in Formation: The Development Effects of Fathering on Religiosity and Values.
Latshaw, Jason S. The Centrality of Faith in Fathers’ Role Construction: The Faithful Father and the Axis Mundi Paradigm.
Dollahite, David C., Marks, Loren D. and Olsen, Michael M. Faithful Fathering in Trying Times: Religious Beliefs and Practices in Fathering Children With Special Needs.
Horn, Wade, Swenson, Don, Femiano, Sam and Longwood, Merle. Reactions Papers.
Dollahite, David C. and Hawkins, Alan J. A Conceptual Ethic of Generative Fathering.
Christiansen, Shawn L. and Palkovitz, Rob. Exploring Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory of Development: Generativity and its Relationship to Paternal Identity, Intimacy, and Involvement in Childcare.

Dollahite, David C. (ed.). (2000). Strengthening Our Families: An In-Depth Look at the Proclamation on the Family. Salt Lake City, UT: Bookcraft.

Dongen, Mirjam van, Gerard Frinking, and Menno Jacobs. (eds). (1995). Changing Fatherhood: A Multidisciplinary Perspective. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers.

Doucet, A. (2006). Do Men Mother? Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Doucet, Andrea. (2000). ‘There’s a Huge Difference Between Me as a Male Carer and Women’: Gender, Domestic Responsibility, and the Community as an Institutional Arena. Community Work and Family, 3(2), 163-184.

Doucet, Andrea. (2004). Fathers and the Responsibility for Children: A Puzzle and a Tension. Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal (Special issue on the politics of unpaid work), 28 (2): 103-114.

Dowd, Nancy E. (2000). Redefining Fatherhood. New York University Press.

Drakich, Janice. (1989). In Search of the Better Parent: The Social Construction of Ideologies of Fatherhood. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 3(1).

Dudley, D.L. (1991). My Father’s Shadow: Intergenerational Conflict in African American Men’s Autobiography. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Dulac, Germain. (1992). An Awakening of the Inner Male: Paternal Feelings After Family Breakdown. International Review of Community Development, 27(67), Spring, pp. 81-88 (Canada).

Dye, Phil. (1998). The Father Lode: A New Look at Becoming and Being a Dad. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Eades, John, and Justin Dowd (2005). Refunding child support: when DNA testing shows payer is not the biological father. Law Society Journal, v. 43 no. 8, Sept: 32, 34.

Early, G.L. (1994). Daughters: On Family and Fatherhood. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing.

Edgar, D., and H. Glezer. (1992). A Man’s Place? Reconstructing Family Realities. Family Matters, No. 31, April.

Edley, Nigel, and M. Wetherell. (1999). Imagined Futures: Young Men’s Talk About Fatherhood and Domestic Life. Br J Soc Psychol. Jun;38 (Pt 2):181-94.

Eekelaar, J., and P. Sarcevic. (eds). (1993). Parenthood in Modern Society: Legal and Social Issues for the Twenty-First Century. Boston, MA: Dordrecht.

Efthim, Paul W., Maureen E. Kenny, and James R. Mahalik. (2001). Gender Role Stress in Relation to Shame, Guilt and Externalization. Journal of Counseling and Development, Vol. 79, Fall.

Eggebeen, David J., and Chris Knoester. (2001). Does fatherhood matter for men? Journal of Marriage and Family, May, Vol. 63, Iss. 2.

Ehrensart, Diane. (1980). When Women and Men Mother. Socialist Review, No. 49, January/February.

Ehrensart, Diane. (1987). Parenting Together: Men and Women Sharing the Care of Their Children. New York: Free Press.

Elium, D., and J. Elium. (1992). Raising a Son: Parents and the Making of a Healthy Man. Hillsboro, OR: Beyond Words Publishing.

Elliot, Faith Robertson. (1996). Economic Restructing and Unemployment: A Crisis for Masculinity?. In Gender, Family and Society, Macmillan.

Elster, Arthur B., and Michael E. Lamb. (eds). (1986). Adolescent Fatherhood. Hillsdale, NJ: L. Erlbaum Associates.

Engle, Patrice L. (1997). The Role of Men in Families: Achieving Gender Equity and Supporting Children. In Oxfam. (ed.). Men and Masculinity. Oxford: Oxfam (UK and Ireland) (originally published in Gender and Development, vol. 5 no. 2).

Engle, Patrick L. (1994). Report of a Conference on Men and Fathering in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Population Council/International Center for Research on Women Series.

Epstein, R. (1992a). Rookie Dad: Adventures in Fatherhood. New York: Hyperion.

Epstein, R. (1992b). Rookie Dad: Meditations From the Backyard. New York: Hyperion.

Eriksson, Maria. (2002). Men’s violence, men’s parenting and gender politics in Sweden. Nora, 10(1), pp. 6-15.

Eskeles, G.A. (ed). (1994). Redefining Families: Implications for Children’s Development. New York: Plenum.

Everingham, Christine, and Tarquin Bowers. (2006). Re-claiming or re-shaping fatherhood. Health Sociology Review, v.15 no.1, April: 96-103.

Fagan, J. (2000). Head Start Fathers’ Daily Hassles and Involvement With Their Children. Journal of Family Issues, 21(3): 329-346.

Fagan, J., and A.J. Hawkins. (eds.). (2001). Clinical and Educational Interventions With Fathers. New York: Haworth.

Fagan, Jay, and Howard C. Stevenson. (2002). An experimental study of an empowerment-based intervention for African American Head Start fathers. Family Relations, July, Vol. 51, Iss. 3.

Families In Society. (1993). Special Issue: Fathers, Milwaukee: Family Service America.

Fanning, Patrick, and Matthew McKay. (1993). Being a Man: A Guide to the New Masculinity. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.
Includes Ch. 2: Being a Son: Relating to Your Father. Ch. 9: Being a Father: Raising Your Children.

Fariello, S. (1992). Fathers and Grandfathers Under Siege: The Assault on Fatherhood. Bayshore, NY: SFT Publication.

Fariello, S., and V. Fariello. (1992). Fathers Guide to Child Support, Custody and Visitation. Bayshore, NY: SFT Publishing.

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers, VOLUME 4 NUMBER 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, VOLUME 4 NUMBER 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, VOLUME 4 NUMBER 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. 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).
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).
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), 2005.
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).
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),
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),
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.

Fearnley, Barry. (2004). Breaking the Mould or Meeting the Needs? Fathers’ Use of Family Support Services. Practice, 16(1), March, pp. 55-64.

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Appendices: A: Conference Agenda and Working Group Members; B: Integrating Theoretical Perspectives on Gender, Union Formation and Fertility; C: The Meaning of Fatherhood for Men; D: Fertility Motivation, Decision Making, and Intention to Engage in Sex, Contraception, Pregnancy, Abortion and Birth; E: Data and Research Needs Concerning Union Formation and Dissolution; F: Male Fertility in Relation to Union Formation And Dissolution; G: The Biological And Health Aspects of Male Fertility: Implications For Use of Reproductive Health Care Services; H: Data Needs Regarding Male Reproductive Health and Reproductive Health Services; I: Indicators of Male Fertility, Family Formation, and Sexual Behavior; J: Constructs Used in Data Collection; K: Nonresident Fathers: What We Know and What’s Left to Learn?; L: New Directions for Exploring Fathers’Attachment to Households.

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3. Troubled Masculinities in Social Policy Discourses: Fatherhood / Fiona Williams.
7. Male Carers in Marriage: Re-Examining Feminist Analysis of Informal Care / Gillion Parker and Julie Seymour.
8. ‘I’m Just a Bloke Who’s Had Kids’: Men and Women on Parenthood / Sue Clarke and Jennie Popay.
9. ‘All Jumbled Up’: Employed Women With Unemployed Husbands / David Waddington, Chas Critcher and Bella Dicks.
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12. Men and Childcare: Policy and Practice / Keith Pringle.

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3. On being a father and poor in southern Africa today / Francis Wilson.
4. The demographics of fatherhood in South Africa: An analysis of survey data, 1993-2002 / Dori Posel and Richard Devey.
5. The importance of fathering for children / Linda Richter.
Fatherhood in historical perspective
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7. The state as non-biological ‘father’: Exploring the experience of fathering in a South African state institution in the period 1950 to 1970 / Azeem Badroodien.
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9. Men and children: Changing constructions of fatherhood in Drum magazine 1951-1965 / Lindsay Clowes.
Representations and roles
10. The father in the mind / Graham Lindegger.
11. Where have all the fathers gone? Media(ted) representations of fatherhood / Jeanne Prinsloo.
12. Representations of fatherhood in black United States films: Some thoughts about race and parenting in South Africa / Solani Ngobeni.
13. Children’s views of fathers / Linda Richter and Wendy Smith.
14. Fatherhood in the African cultural context / Desmond Lesejane.
15. African traditions and the social, economic and moral dimensions of fatherhood / Nhlanhla Mkhize.
The context and experience of being a father in South Africa today.
16. Legal aspects of fatherhood in South Africa / Jacqui Gallinetti.
17. Men, work and parenting / Alan Hosking.
18. HIV/AIDS and the crisis of care for children / Chris Desmond and Cos Desmond.
19. The absent fathers: Why do men not feature in stories of families affected by HIV/AIDS? / Philippe Denis and Radikobo Ntsimane.
20. Being a father in a man’s world: The experience of goldmine workers / Marlize Rabe.
21. Fathers don’t stand a chance: Experiences of custody, access, and maintenance issues / Grace Khunou.
Local and international policies and programmes.
22. The new gender platforms and fatherhood / Dean Peacock and Mbuyiselo Botha.
23. The child’s right to shared parenting / Patrice Engle, Tom Beardshaw, and Craig Loftin.
24. Taking forward work with men in families / Tom Beardshaw.

Risman, Barbara J. (1987). Intimate Relationships From a Microstructural Perspective: Men Who Mother. Gender & Society, 1(1).

Ritner, Gary. (1992). Fathers’ Liberation Ethics: A Holostic Ethical Advocacy for Active Nurturant Fathering. Larham, MD: University Press of America.

Rivara, F., P. Sweeney, and B. Henderson. (1986). Black Teenage Fathers: What Happens When a Child is Born? Pediatrics, 78, 151-158.

Robinson, Bryan E. (1988). Teenage Fathers. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Robinson, Bryan E., and Robert L. Barret. (1986). The Developing Father. Guilford Press.

Ross, John Munden. (1994). What Men Want: Mothers, Fathers, and Manhood. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Rotundo, E. Anthony. (1987). Patriarchs and Participants: A Historical Perspective on Fatherhood. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press.

Roy, K.M. (1999). Low-Income Single Fathers in an African American Community and the Requirements of Welfare Reform. Journal of Family Issues, 20(4): 432-457.

Roy, K.M. (2006). Father Stories: A Life Course Examination of Paternal Identity Among Low-Income African American Men. Journal of Family Issues, 27(1): 31-54.

Ruddick, Sara. (1990). Thinking About Fathers. In Hirsch, Marianne and Keller, Evelyn Fox. (eds). Conflicts in Feminism. New York: Routledge.

Russell, Graham, Lesley Barclay, Gay Edgecombe, Jenny Donovan, George Habib, Helen Callaghan, and Quinn Pawson. (1999). Fitting Fathers Into Families: Men and the Fatherhood Role in Contemporary Australia. Canberra: Commonwealth Dept of Family and Community Services.

Russell, Graham. (1983). Fathers: A New Place in the Family?. In Burns, A., Bottomley, G. and Jools, P. (eds). The Family in the Modern World: Australian Perspectives. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Russell, Graham. (1983). The Changing Role of Fathers?. St Lucia, QLD: University of Queensland Press.

Ruxton, Sandy. (2002). Men and health inequalities. Chapter 6 in Men, Masculinities and Poverty in the UK. London: Oxfam GB.

Rypma, C., and G. Kolarik. (1981). A Training Project for Fathers. In Lewis, Robert A. (ed.). Men in Difficult Times. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Salisbury, Jonathon, and David Jackson. (1996). Fathers and Sons. Chapter 13 in Challenging Macho Values: Practical Ways of Working With Adolescent Boys. London: Falmer Press.

Salk, Lee. (1982). My Father, My Son: Intimate Relationships. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

Schnur, S. (1991). Father’s Day. New York: Avon.

Scull, Charles. (ed.). (1992). Fathers, Sons and Daughters: Exploring Fatherhood, Renewing the Bond. Los Angeles: J.P. Tascher Inc.

Secunda, Victoria. (1992). Women and Their Fathers: The Sexual and Romantic Impact of the First Man in Your Life. Delacorte Press.

Seel, Richard. (1987). The Uncertain Father: Exploring Modern Fatherhood. Bath: Gateway Books.

Seery, B.L., and M.S. Crowley. (2000). Women’s Emotion Work in the Family: Relationship Management and the Process of Building Father-Child Relationships. Journal of Family Issues, 21(1): 100-127.

Segal, Lynne. (1990). The Good Father: Reconstructing Fatherhood. Chapter 2 in Slow Motion: Changing Masculinities, Changing Men. London: Virago.

Seidler, Victor. (1988). Fathering, Authority and Masculinity. In Chapman, Rowena and Rutherford, Jonathan. (eds). Male Order - Unwrapping Masculinity. London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Seligman, M. (ed.). (1991). The Family With a Handicapped Child. Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Seward, Rudy Ray, Dale E. Yeatts, Lisa K. Zottarelli, and Ryan G. Fletcher. (2006). Fathers taking parental leave and their involvement with children. Community, Work & Family, Volume 9, Number 1, February, pp. 1-9.

Seybold, David. Fathers and Sons. Grove Weidenfeld Publishers.

Shapiro, Jerrold Lee, Michael J. Diamond, and Martin Greenberg. (eds). (1995). Becoming a Father: Contemporary, Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives. New York: Springer.

Shapiro, Jerrold Lee. (1987). When Men are Pregnant: The Needs and Concerns of Expectant Fathers. New York: Delta.

Shapiro, Jerrold Lee. (1993). The Measure of a Man: Becoming the Father You Wish Your Father Had Been. New York: Springer.

Sharp, Sue. (1994). Fathers and Daughters. London & New York: Routledge.

Shaw, E., and J. Darling. (1985). Maternalism: The Fathering of a Myth. New Scientist, February 14.

Shirline, R. (1994). Love Anyhow: Famous Fathers Write to Their Children. New York: Timker Publishers.

Shor, Francis. (1993). Contrasting Images of Reconstructing Manhood: Bly’s Wild Man Versus Spielberg’s Inner Child. Journal of Men’s Studies, 2(2), November, pp. 109-128.

Shulman, Shmuel, and Inge Seiffge-Krenke. (1996). Fathers and Adolescents: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives. Routledge.

Shulman, Shmuel, and W.A. Collins. (eds). (1993). Father-Adolescent Relationships. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Sidel, Ruth. (1992). But Where Are the Men?. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition).

Silverstein, L.B. (1996). Fathering is a feminist issue. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 20(1): 3-37.

Silverstein, Louise B. (1996). Fathering is a Feminist Issue. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 20(1), Mar, pp. 3-37.

Silverstein, Louise B., and Carl F. Auerbach. (1999). Deconstructing the Essential Father. American Psychologist, Vol. 54, No. 6, June, pp. 397-407.

Silverstein, Olga, and Beth Rashbaum. (1994). The Courage to Raise Good Men. New York: Viking.

Singleton, A., and J. Maher. (2004). The “New Man” is in the House: Young Men, Social Change, and Housework. Journal of Men’s Studies, 12 (3): 227-240.

Singleton, Andrew. (2005). I think we should only have two: Men and fertility decision-making. Just Policy, No. 36, June: 29-34.

Smalley, G., and Trent, J. (1992). The Hidden Value of a Man: The Incredible Impact of a Man on His Family. Colorado Springs, CO: Focus on the Family.

Smart, C., and B. Neale. (1999). ‘I hadn’t really thought about it’: New identities / new fatherhoods. In Relating Intimacies: Power and Resistance, eds. J. Seymour and P. Bagguley. London: Macmillan Press.

Smith, Alison J. (2001). Parental leave: supporting male parenting? A study using longitudinal data of policy variation across the European Union. Paper given at the EURESCSecond Demographic Transition in Europe, Bad Herrenalb, Germany 23-28 June. URL: http://www. demogr. mpg. de/Papers/workshops/010623_paper06. pdf, Accessed January 15, 2008.

Smith, C.A., M.D. Krohn, R. Chu, and O. Best. (2005). African American Fathers: Myths and Realities About Their Involvement With Their Firstborn Children. Journal of Family Issues, 26(7): 975-1001.

Smith, Calvin D. (1998). ‘Men Don’t Do This Sort of Thing’: A Case Study of the Social isolation of Househusbands. Men and Masculinities, 1(2), October.

Smith, L.A. (1988). Black Adolescent Fathers: Issues for Service Provision. Social Work, 33, 269-271.

Snarey, John. (1993). How Fathers Care for the Next Generation: A Four-Decade Study. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Spiegel, D. (1982). Mothering, Fathering, and Mental Illness. In Thorne, Barrie and Yalom, Marilyn. (eds). Rethinking the Family: Some Feminist Questions. Boston: Northeasterrn University Press.

Stacey, J. (1990). Brave New Families. New York: Basic Books.

Stafford, K. R. (1994). We Got Here Together. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Staudacher, C. (1991). Men and Grief. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Stebbins, R. (1988). Men, Husbands and Fathers: Beyond Patriarchal Relations. In Mandell, Nancy and Duffy, Ann. (eds). Reconstructing the Canadian Family: Feminist Perspectives. Toronto: Butterworths.

Steinberg, David. (1977). Father Journal: Five Years of Awakening to Fatherhood. Ojai, CA: Times Change Press.

Stewart, D.C. (1980). Fathers are People, Too. Indianopolis: Bobbs-Merrill.

Stoltenberg, John. (1990). Eroticism and Violence in the Father-Son Relationship. In Refusing to be a Man: Essays on Sex and Justice. CA & Suffolk: Fontana/Collins.

Stoltenberg, John. (1993). The End of Manhood: A Book for Men of Conscience. New York: Dutton. (Also available from Baker & Taylor Replica Books, 1998).
Includes;
6. What must we learn about manhood from dad?
7. What if my father didn’t love me?
8. What if I feel like a fatherless son?

Stout, Paula. (ed.). (1996). Father and Son: The Bond.

Strug, David, and Rozetta Wilmore-Schaeffer. (2003). Fathers in the Social Work Literature: Policy and practice implications. Families in Society, October-December.

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Sullivan, C. (ed.). (1995). Fathers and Children: In Literature and Art. New York: H N Abrams.

Sullivan, Robin (ed). (2003). Focus on Fathering. Melbourne: ACER Press.

Sullivan, Robin. (2001). Fathering and children. Family Matters No. 58, Autumn.

Sullivan, S. Adams. (1992). The Father’s Almanac. New York: Doubleday.

Sunderland, Jane. (2000). Baby Entertainer, Bumbling Assistant and Line Manager: Discourses of Fatherhood in Parentcraft Texts. Discourse & Society, 11, 249-274.

Sutton, J., and S. Friedman. (1982). Fatherhood: Bringing It All Back Home. In Friedman, S. and Sarah, E. (eds). On the Problem of Men. London: Women’s Press.

Swedin, Goran. (1995). Modern Swedish Fatherhood. In Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (Equality Affairs Division), Sweden. (1995). Men on Men: Eight Swedish Men’s Personal Views on Equality, Masculinity and Parenthood, Sweden (trans. David Canter and Rebecka Charan).

Swihart, N. L., and K. R. Canfield. (1993). Beside Every Great Dad. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale.

Swindell, B. (1992). Fathers, Come Home: A Wake-Up Call for Busy Dads. South Bend, IN: Greenlawn Press.

Tacey, David. (1997). The Father’s Absence and Devouring Presence. Chapter 2 in Remaking Men: The Revolution in Masculinity, Ringwood, VIC: Viking (Penguin Books).

Taylor, R. (1991). All By Self: A Father’s Story About a Differently-Abled Child. Boulder, CO: Light on Publications.

Teachman, J. D. (1991). Contributions to Children by Divorced Fathers. Social Problems, 38, pp. 358-371.

Teitel, J. (1994). From Here to Paternity: An Intimate Look at Father’s Day. Toronto: Penquin.

Thevenin, T. (1993). Mothering and Fathering: The Gender Difference in Child Rearing. City Park, NY: Avery Publishing Group.

Tiranti, D. (1987). The Absent Father Comes Home. New Internationalist, September.

Towle, Alexandra. (ed.). (1987). Fathers: A Celebration in Prose, Poetry and Photographs. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Towner, Nathalie. (2005). How To Set Up a Support Group For Fathers. Community Care, Sutton: May 19-May 25. p. 59.

Townsend, Nicholas. (1999). Fatherhoods and Fieldwork: Intersections Between Personal and Theoretical Positions. Men and Masculinities, 2(1), July.

Townsend, Nicholas. (2002). The Package Deal: Marriage, Work, and Fatherhood in Men’s Lives. Temple University Press.

Turney, Lyn. (2005). Paternity secrets: why women don’t tell. Journal of Family Studies, v.11 no.2 Oct 2005: 227-248.

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Vernon, David (ed.). (2006). Men at Birth. Australian College of Midwives.

Verny, Thomas R. (ed.). (1994). Gifts of our Fathers: Heartfelt Remembrances of Fathers and Grandfathers. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

Videon, Tami M. (2005). Parent-Child Relations and Children’s Psychological Well-Being: Do Dads Matter? Journal of Family Issues, Vol. 26, No. 1: 55-78.

Vogt, Gregory Max, and Stephen T. Sirridge. (1991). Like Son, Like Father: Healing the Father-Son Wound in Men’s Lives. New York & London: Plenum Press.

Vogt, Gregory Max. (1991). Return to Father: Archetypal Dimensions of the Patriarch. Dallas, Texas: Spring Publications.

Wall, Glenda, and Stephanie Arnold. (2007). How Involved Is Involved Fathering?: An Exploration of the Contemporary Culture of Fatherhood. Gender & Society, August, 21(4): 508-527.

Waller, M. M. (2002). My Baby’s Father: Unmarried Parents and Paternal Responsibility. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.

Wandro, Mark, and Joanna Blank. (1982). My Daddy is a Nurse. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Warin, J., Y. Solomon, C. Lewis, and W. Langford. (1999). Fathers, work and family life. London: Family Policy Studies Centre.

Warshak, R.A. (1992). The Custody Revolution: The Father Factor and the Motherhood Mystique. New York: Poseidon Press.

Wartman, William. (1988). Life Without Father: Influence of an Unknown Man. New York: Franklin Watts.

Wassil-Grimm, C. (1994). Where’s Daddy: How Divorced, Single, and Widowed Mothers can Provide What’s Missing When Dad is Missing, Overlook Press.

Watson, Sophie, and Leslie Doyal. (eds). (1998). Engendering Social Policy. Open University Press (Includes “Fatherhood, Children and Violence”).

Webb, John. (1998). Fathers. In Junk Male. Sydney: HarperCollins.

Webster, D. (1995). Dear Dad, Nashville, TN: T. Nelson.

Weinman, Maxine L., Peggy B. Smith, and Ruth S. Buzi. (2002). Young Fathers: An Analysis of Risk Behaviors and Service Needs. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, Volume 19, Number 6, December, pp. 437 – 453.

West, Peter. (1996). Fathers, Sons & Lovers: Men Talk About Their Lives From the 1930s to Today. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Westwood, Sallie. (1996). ‘Feckless Fathers’: Masculinities and the British State. In Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Wheelock, Jane. (1990). Husbands at Home: The Domestic Economy in a Post-Industrial Society. London & New York: Routledge.

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Volume 2.
2. FAMILIES AND FATHERS.
24. A. Tolson (1977) ‘Boys will be boys’, The Limits of Masculinity.
25. E. A. Rotundo. (1987) ‘Patriarchs and Participants: A Historical Perspective on Fatherhood in the United States’, Beyond Patriarchy.
26. M. Ishii-Kuntz. (1993). ‘Japanese Fathers: Work Demands and Family Roles’, in Men, Work, and Family.

WHO Regional Office for Europe. (2008). Fatherhood and health outcomes in Europe. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Wideman, J.E. (1994). Fatheralong: A Meditation on Fathers and Sons, Race and Society. New York: Pantheon Books.

Williams, Christine. (1996). Fathers and Sons. Sydney: Angus & Robertson.

Williams, R.A. (2007). Masculinities, fathering, and health: The experiences of African-Caribbean and white working class fathers. Social Science & Medicine, 64(2): 338-349.

Wilmer, Harry A. (ed.). (1990). Mother, Father, Wilmette, Illinois: Chiron.

Winokur, J. (ed.). (1993). Fathers. New York: Dutton.

Wood, J. (1992). Dads Are Such Fun. New York: Simon & Schuster.

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XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1993). Special Issue: Fathering, 3(2), Winter.

Yablonsky, Lewis. (1990). Fathers and Sons: The Most Challenging of all Family Relationships. New York: Gardner Press.

-. (1998). Papers to National Forum on Men and Family Relationships, Canberra, 9-11 June.
Includes:.
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.

-. (1992). What’s He Doing at the Family Centre? The Dilemmas of Men Who Care for Children. London: National Children’s Home.


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b) Families and gender

Note: Also see "Mothers and motherhood" below, and "Heterosexuality" under "Sexualities".

Allen, Katherine R. (1989). Single Women/Family Ties: Life Histories of Older Women. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Baber, Kristine M., and Katherine R. Allen. (1992). Women and Families: Feminist Reconstructions. New York: Guilford Press.

Baca Zinn, M. (1990). Family, Feminism, and Race in America. Gender & Society, 4, pp. 68-82.

Barnes, Gill Gorell et. al. (1997). Growing Up in Stepfamilies. Oxford University Press.

Bedard, Marcia. (1992). Breaking With Tradition: Diversity, Conflict, and Change in Contemporary American Families. Dix Hills, NY: General Hall Inc.

Bernardes, John. (1997). Family Studies: An Introduction. Routledge.

Bernstein, Mary, and Renate Reimann. (eds). (2001). Queer Families, Queer Politics: Challenging culture and the state. New York: Columbia University Press.
Contents;
1. Queer Families and the Politics of Visibility / Mary Bernstein; Renate Reimann.
2. A Member of the Funeral: An Introspective Ethnography / Nancy A. Naples.
3. Weddings Without Marriage: Making Sense of Lesbian and Gay Commitment Rituals / Ellen Lewin.
4. ‘We Can See Them, But We Can’t Hear Them’: LGBT Members of African American Families / Michael Bennett; Juan Battle.
5. Talking Freaks: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Families on Daytime Talk TV / Joshua Gamson.
6. One Man’s Story of Being Gay and Dine (Navajo): A Study in Resiliency / Margaret Ann Waller; Roland McAllen-Walker.
7. Family Secrets, or. How to Become a Bisexual Alien Without Really Trying / Elizabeth Randolph.
8. A Place Called Home: A Queer Political Economy of Mexican Immigrant Men’s Family Experiences / Lionel Cantu.
9. Constituting Nonmonogamies / R. Jeffrey Ringer.
10. Communication in ‘Asian American’ Families with Queer Members: A Relational Dialectics Perspective / Gust A. Yep; Karen E. Lovaas; Philip C. Ho.
11. Affording Our Families: Class Issues in Family Formation / TerryBoggis.
12. Should Lesbians Count as Infertile Couples? Antilesbian Discrimination in Assisted Reproduction / Julien S. Murphy.
13. Protecting Out Parent-Child Relationships: Understanding the Strengths and Weaknesses of Second-Parent Adoption / Susan E. Dalton.
14. ‘My Daddy Loves Your Daddy’: A Gay Father Encounters a Social Movement/ John C. Miller.
15. Alma Mater: Family ‘Outings’ and the Making of the Modern Other Mother (MOM) / Maureen Sullivan.
16. Lesbian Mothers at Work / Renate Reimann.
17. ‘Aside From One Little, Tiny Detail, We Are So Incredibly Normal’: Perspectives of Children in Lesbian Step Families / Janet M. Wright.
18. Building Common Ground: Strategies for Grassroots Organizing on Same-Sex Marriage / Irene Javors; Renate Reimann.
19. ‘What If?’ The Legal Consequences of Marriage and the Legal Needs of Lesbian and Gay Male Couples / David L. Chambers.
20. Take My Domestic Partner, Please: Gays and Marriage in the Era of the Visible / Suzanna Danuta Walters.
21. Defense, Morality, Civil Rights, and Family: The Evolution of Lesbian and Gay Issues in the U.S. Congress / Donald P. Haider-Markel.
22. Political Organizing and the Limits of Civil Rights: Gay Marriage and Queer Families / Randall Halle.
23. Transgenderism and Sexual Orientation: More Than a Marriage of Convenience? / Mary Coombs.
24. Gender, Queer Family Policies, and the Limits of Law / Mary Bernstein.

Bittman, Michael, and Jocelynne Pixley. (1997). The Double Life of the Family. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Booth, Alan, and Paul R. Amato. (2001). Parental predivorce relations and offspring postdivorce well-being. Journal of Marriage and Family, February, Vol. 63, Iss. 1.

Brennan, Deborah. (1997). The Politics of Australian Child Care. Cambridge University Press.

Brody, Elaine M. (1990). Women in the Middle: Their Parent-Care Years. New York: Springer Pub. Co.

Bruce, J. et. al. (1995). Families in Focus: New Perspectives on Mothers, Fathers, and Children. New York: The Population Council.

Bryson, Valerie. (1998). The Family. In Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice. Macmillan.

Buchanan, John, and Louise Thornthwaite. (2001). Paid Work and Parenting: Charting a new course for Australian families. Sydney: Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training (ACIRRT), University of Sydney.

Burggraf, Shirley P. (1997). The Feminine Economy and Economic Man: Reviving the Role of Family in the Post Industrial Age. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.

Campion, Mukti Jain. Who’s Fit to Be a Parent?.

Carbonne, June. (2000). From Partners to Parents: The Second Revolution in Family Law. New York: Columbia University Press.

Carrington, V. (2001). Globalization, Family and Nation State: Reframing ‘family’ in new times. Discourse, Volume 22, Number 2, August, pp. 185-196.

Chapman, Anna (2005). Challenging the constitution of the (white and straight) family in work and family scholarship. Law in Context, v. 23 no. 1: 65-87.

Clarke, Victoria, Sara-Jane Finlay, and Sue Wilkinson. (eds.). (2004). Feminism & Psychology, Special Issue on Marriage (II), Volume 14 No. 1, February.

Clarke, Victoria, Sara-Jane Finlay, and Sue Wilkinson. (eds.). (2004). Feminism & Psychology, Special Issue on Marriage (II), Volume 14 No. 1, February.

Clarke, Victoria. (2001). What about the children? Arguments against lesbian and gay parenting. Women’s Studies International Forum, 24(5), September – October.

Coleman, Marilyn, and Lawrence Ganong. (eds.). (2004). Handbook of Contemporary Families: Considering the past, contemplating the future, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Coltrane, Scott. (1997). Gender and Families. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.

Coontz, Stephanie. (1988). The Social Origins of Private Life: A History of American Families. New York: Verso.

Coontz, Stephanie. (1997). The Way We Really Are: Coming to Terms With America’s Changing Families. New York: Basic Books.

Coontz, Stephanie. (ed.). (1998). American Families: A Multicultural Reader. Routledge.

Dallos, Rudi and McLaughlin, Eugene. (eds). Social Problems and the Family. London: Sage.

de Vaus, D.A. (2004). Diversity and Change in Australian Families: A Statistical Profile. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

de Vaus, David A. (2005). Ex-nuptial children in Australia: an empirical analysis of nonmarital births. Journal of Family Studies, v. 11 no. 1, April: 36-44.

De Vaus, David, Lixia Qu, and Ruth Weston (2005). The disappearing link between premarital cohabitation and subsequent marital stability, 1970-2001. Journal of Population Research, v. 22 no. 2 Nov: 99-118.

Delphy, Christine and Leonard, Diana. (1992). Familiar Exploitation: A New Analysis of Marriage in Contemporary Western Societies. Cambridge, MA: Polity Press.

DeOllos, Ione Y. (ed). (2002). Sociological Inquiry, Thematic Issue: Research on Childlessness. 72(1), Winter.

Deutsch, F. M. (1999). Halving it All: How Equally Shared Parenting Works. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

DeVault, Marjorie, and Catharine L. Stimpson. (1994). Feeding the Family: The Social Organization of Caring as Gendered Work. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Dominelli, Lena, and Tim Gollins. (1997). Men, Power and Caring Relationships. Sociological Review, 45(3), August.

Dornsbusch, Sanford M., and Myra H. Strober. (eds). (1988). Feminism, Children, and the New Families. New York: Guilford Press.

Dunn, Judy, Thomas G. O’Connor, and Helen Cheng. (2005). Children’s Responses to Conflict Between Their Different Parents: Mothers, Stepfathers, Nonresident Fathers, and Nonresident Stepmothers. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 223-234.

Elliot, Faith Robertson. (1996). Gender, Family and Society. Macmillan.

Evans, Ann, and Edith Gray. (2005). What makes an Australian family? In Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher, Rachel Gibson, David Denemark and Mark Western (eds) Australian Social Attitudes: The First Report Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, pp. 12-29.

Farrell, Betty G. (1999). Family: The Making of an Idea, an Institution, and a Controversy in American Culture. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Fineman, Martha A. (1995). The Neutered Mother, the Sexual Family, and Other Twentieth Century Tragedies. New York & London: Routledge.

Finlay, Sara-Jane, Victoria Clarke, and Sue Wilkinson. (eds.). (2003). Feminism & Psychology, Special Issue on Marriage (I), Volume 13 No. 4, December.

Fohlberg, Jay. (ed.). (1991). Joint Custody and Shared Parenting. New York & London: Guilford Press (2nd edition).

Folbre, Nancy, and Susan Himmelweit. (eds). (2000). Feminist Economics, Special Issue: Children and Family Policy: A Feminist Issue,Volume 6 Number 1.

Fox, Greer Litton, and Velma McBride Murry. (2000). Gender and families: Feminist perspectives and family research. Journal of Marriage and the Family, Nov., Vol. 62, Iss. 4.

Franklin, Donna L. (1997). Ensuring Inequality: The Structural Transformation of the African American Family. New York: Oxford University Press.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, Karen I., and Andrew E. Scharlach. (2001). Families and Work: New Directions in the Twenty-First Century. New York: Oxford University Press.

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c) Mothers and motherhood (including men's mothers)

Note: Also see "Families and Gender" and "Mothers and Sons" above, and "Raising Sons" below.

Abbey, S., and A. O’Reilly. (1998). (eds.). Redefining Motherhood, Changing Identities And Patterns. Toronto: Second Storey Press.

Acker, L. (2005). The Howard Government’s Budgets: Stay-at-Home Mothers Good - Single Mothers Bad. Hecate, 31(2): 90.

Allen, J. (1990). Men and Mothers. In Meth, R. and Pasick, R. (eds). Men in Therapy. New York: The Guilford Press.

Apter, Terri. (1993). Working Women Don’t Have Wives: Professional Success in the 1990s. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Baird, M., and L. Cutcher. (2005). ‘One for the Father, One for the Mother and One for the Country’: An Examination of the Construction of Motherhood Through the Prism of Paid Maternity Leave. Hecate, 31(2): 103.

Bell, S. E. (2004). Intensive Performances of Mothering: a Sociological Perspective. Qualitative Research, 4(1): 45-75.

Benn, Melissa. (1998). Madonna and Child: Towards a New Politics of Motherhood. London: Jonathan Cape.

Branigan, Elizabeth, and Shannon Keebaugh. (2005). A feminist family agenda: putting the mother back into sole parenting. Just Policy, no.38 Dec.: 6-11.

Bush, L. (2004). How Black Mothers Participate in the Development of Manhood and Masculinity: What DWe Know About Black Mothers and Their Sons? Journal of NegrEducation, 73(4): 381.

Bush, L. (2004). How Black Mothers Participate in the Development of Manhood and Masculinity: What Do We Know About Black Mothers and Their Sons? The Journal of Negro Education 73(4): 381.

Card, Claudia. (1996). Against Marriage and Motherhood. Hypatia, 11(3) Summer.

Caron, Ann F. (1994). Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Raising Boys in the ‘90s. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Chopra R. (2001). Retrieving the Father: Gender Studies, ‘Father Love’ and the Discourse of Mothering. Women’s Studies International Forum. 24(3-4):445-455, May-Aug.

Crittenden, Ann. (2001). The Price of Motherhood: Why The Most Important Job in the World is Still the Least Valued. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

De Marneffe, Daphne. (2004). Maternal Desire: On Children, Love, and the Inner Life. New York: Little, Brown.

De Vaus, June E. (1992). Mothers Growing up: Understanding the Heartaches of Motherhood, North Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Dinnerstein, Myra. (1992). Women Between Two Worlds: Midlife Reflections on Work and Family. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

DiQuinzio, Patrice. (1999). The Impossibility of Motherhood: Feminism, Individualism and the Problem of Mothering. Routledge.

Dixon, Penelope. (1991). Mothers and Mothering: An Annotated Feminist Bibliography. New York & London: Garland Publishers.

Drexler, Peggy. (2005). Raising Boys Without Men: How Maverick Moms Are Creating the Next Generation of Exceptional Men.

Edelman, Hope. (2000). Mother of My Mother: The Intricate Bond Between Generations. Macmillan Library Reference.

Everingham, Christine. (1994). Motherhood and Modernity: An Investigation Into the Rational Dimension of Mothering. Open University Press.

Gerson, Kathleen. (1985). Hard Choices: How Women Decide About Work, Career, and Motherhood. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Gillespie, Rosemary. (2000). When No Means No: Disbelief, Disregard, and Deviance as Discourses of Voluntary Childlessness. Women’s Studies International Forum. 23(2), March-April.

Gurian, Michael. (1994). Mothers, Lovers and Sons: How a Man’s Relationship With his Mother Affects the Rest of his Life. Boston & London: Shambhala.

Hequembourg, Amy L., and Michael P. Farrell. (1999). Lesbian Motherhood: Negotiating Marginal-Mainstream Identities. Gender & Society, 13(4), August.

Hrdy, Sarah Blaffer. (1999). Mother Nature: A History of Mothers, Infants, and Natural Selection. Pantheon.

Jacobs, J. L. (1994). Gender, race, class, and the trend toward early motherhood: A Feminist Analysis of Teen Mothers in Contemporary Society. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 22(4): 442-462.

Jette, Alexis et. al. (eds). (year?). The Politics of Motherhood.

Kirkman, Maggie, Lyn Harrison, Lynne Hillier, and Priscilla Pyett. (2001). ‘I know I’m doing a good job’: Canonical and autobiographical narratives of teenage mothers. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 3, July, pp. 279-294.

Knowles. (1990). Motherhood: A Feminist Perspective.

Kurz, Demie (year?). For Richer, For Poorer: Mothers Confront Divorce.

Lawler, Stephanie. (2000). Mothering the Self: Mothers, Daughters, Subjects. New York: Routledge.

LeBlanc, Wendy. (1999). Naked Motherhood. Sydney: Random House.

Letherby, Gayle. (2002). Childless and bereft? Stereotypes and realities in relation to ‘voluntary’ and ‘involuntary’ childlessness and womanhood. Sociological Inquiry, 72(1), Winter.

Lewis, Jane et. al. (1998). Lone Motherhood in Twentieth-Century Britain: From Footnote to Front Page. Oxford University Press.

Lisle, Laurie. (1999). Without Child. Routledge

Ludtke, Melissa. (1997). On Our Own: Unmarried Motherhood in America. New York: Random.

Maher, Jane-Maree (2005). Undervalued, expensive and difficult: young women talk about motherhood. Youth Studies Australia, v. 24, no. 2, June: 11-16.

Maher, JaneMaree, and Lise Saugeres. (2007). To be or not to be a mother? Women negotiating cultural representations of mothering. Journal of Sociology, March, Vol. 43, No. 1.Maushart, Susan. (1999). The Mask of Motherhood: How Mothering Changes Everything and Why We Pretend It Doesn’t. New York: New Press.

Maher, Janemaree. (2005). A mother by trade: Australian women reflecting mothering as activity, not identity. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 20 Number 46, March.

McMahon, Martha. (1995). Engendering Motherhood: Identity and Self-Transformation in Women’s Lives. New York: Guilford Press.

Mitchell, J. C. W. (2004). Procreative Mothers (Sexual Difference) and Child-Free Sisters (Gender): Feminism and Fertility. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 11(4): 415-426.

Moulder, C. (1990). Miscarriage: Women’s Experience and Needs. London: Pandora Press.

Mulroy, Elizabeth A. (1995). The New Uprooted: Single Mothers in Urban Life. Westport, CT: Auburn House.

O’Reilly, Andrea (ed). (2004). Mother Matters: Motherhood as Discourse and Practice. ARM Press.
Introduction-Andrea O’Reilly.
Discourse.
Labour Signs: The Semiotics of Birthing / Andrea O’Reilly.
Fountains of Love and Loveliness: In Praise of the Dripping Wet Breast / Fiona Giles.
He’s Calling her Da Da!: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of the Lesbianism as Disease / Metaphor in Child Custody Cases / Shari Kendall and Keller Magenau.
Un/titled: Constructions of Illegitimate Motherhood as Gender Insurrection / Nicole Pietsch.
Black Women and Motherhood in Contemporary Cinematic Science Fiction / Carol B. Duncan.
Paid Work, Family Work and the Discourse of the Full-Tome Mother / Gillian Ranson.
The Impossibility of ‘Natural Parenting’ for Modern Mothers: On Social Structure and the Formation of Habit / Petra Buskens.
Mama Bear as Domestic Micro manger: The Evolution of Cultural Ideas of Motherhood In Bernstein Bears Book Series 1960-2000 / Jodi.Vandenberg-Daves.
All You Need is Love: Representations of Maternal Emotion in Working Mothers Magazine, 1995-1999 / Jillian Duquaine-Watson.
Practice.
Becoming a Mother / Diane Speier.
Drawing Strength from Our Mothers: Tapping the Roots of Black Women’s History / Cassie Premo Steele.
Stepping on Maternal Ground: Reflections on Becoming an Other-Mother / Pamela Downe.
Queering MaternityMielle Chandler.
Sons of Feminists: Learning from Their Talk / Joyce Castle.
Making Connections Between Parenting and Peace / Sara Ruddick.
‘I’ve Worked Very Hard and Slept Very Little’: Mothers on Tenure Track in Academia / Alice Fothergill and Kathryn Feltey.
Troublesome Practices / Mothering, Literature and Ethics / Emily Jeremiah.
Developmental Mothering in an African American Community: From Grandmothers to New Mothers Again / Priscilla Gibson

O’Reilly, Andrea (ed). (2004). Mother Outlaws: Theories and Practices of Empowered Mothering. Women’s Press.
Sections: Feminist Mothering, Lesbian Mothering, African American Mothering, Mothers and Daughters, Mothers and Sons.

O’Reilly, Andrea, and Sharon Abbey. (2000). Mothers and Daughters: Connection, Empowerment, and Transformation. Rowman and Littlefield.

O’Reilly, Andrea, Marie Porter, and Patricia Short. (2005). Motherhood: Power and Oppression. Women’s Press.

Phoenix, Ann, Anne Woollett, and Eva Lloyd. (1991). Motherhood: Meanings, Practices and Ideologies.

Pocock, Barbara. (2003). Mother Wars: The market meets sacred motherhood. Chapter 4 in The Work / Life Collision. Sydney: The Federation Press.

Porter, Lesley, and Kerry Lane. (1998). An Invitation to an Exploration of… Mothers’ Significant Role and Contribution to Their Sons’ Lives, and How This Connection Supports Stands Against Sexual Abuse. Dulwich Centre Journal, No. 4, p. 17.

Reddy, M. et. al. (eds). (1994). Mother Journeys: Feminist Writing About Mothering. Minnesota: Spinsters.

Ribbens, Jane. (1994). Mothers and Their Children: A Feminist Sociology of Childrearing. London: Sage.

Richardson, Diane. (year?). Women, Motherhood and Childrearing.

Rothman, Barbara Katz. (1990). Recreating Motherhood: Ideology and Technology in a Patriarchal Society. New York: Norton.

Rowland, R., and A. Thomas. (1996). Mothering Sons: A Crucial Feminist Challenge. Feminism Psychology, 6(1): 93-99.

Sevon, E. (2005). Timing Motherhood: Experiencing and Narrating the Choice to become a Mother. Feminism Psychology, 15(4): 461-482.

Sidel, Ruth. (1986). Women and Children Last: The Plight of Poor Women in Affluent America. New York: Penguin.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (ed.). (1996). Good Enough Mothering? Feminist Perspectives on Lone Motherhood. London: Routledge.

Smart, Carol. (1992). Regulating Motherhood: Historical essays on marriage, motherhood and sexuality.

Smith, Jennifer L. (2003). ‘Suitable Mothers’: Lesbian and single women and the ‘unborn’ in Australian parliamentary discourse. Critical Social Policy, 23(1), pp. 63-88.

Umansky, Lauri. (1996). Motherhood Reconceived: Feminism and the Legacy of the Sixties. New York & London: New York University Press.

Uy-Tioco, C. (2007). Overseas Filipino Workers and Text Messaging: Reinventing Transnational Mothering. Continuum, 21(2): 253 - 265.

Walters, Suzanna D. (1992). Lives Together, Worlds Apart: Mothers and daughters in popular culture. Berkeley.

Weinstock, Nicholas. (1997). The Secret Love of Sons: How We Men Feel About Our Mothers, and Why We Never Tell. New York: Riverhead Books.

Williams, L. Susan. (2002). Trying on gender, gender regimes, and the process of becoming women. Gender & Society, February, 16(1), pp. 29-52.

Woodward, Kathryn. (1997). Motherhood: Identities, Meanings and Myths. In Woodward, Kathryn. (ed.). Identity and Difference. London: Sage.


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d) "Fathers' rights"

Note: Also see “Family Law (Including Child Custody)” below. This section includes both fathers’ rights texts and responses to them. Other general “men’s rights” works which include material on “fathers’ rights”, custody and so on are included under “Men’s Rights and Backlash” below. Collier and Sheldon’s collection below provides a recent international overview, Kaye and Tolmie’s two works provide an overview of fathers’ rights agendas in Australia, and Davis (2004) provides further useful commentary.

Acker, Karen. (1998). Voices of Experience, Voices for Change: The Impact of the Family Law System on Mothers and their Children. Canadian Women’s Studies. 18.2-3, pp. 75-80.

Alexander, Renata. (1997). Men, Myths and Family Law. XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1997). Special Issue: Men and the Law, 7(2), Spring.

Amneus, Daniel. (1990). The Garbage Generation: The Consequences of the Destruction of the Two-Parent Family and the Need to Stabilize It by Strengthening its Weakest Link, the Father’s Role, Alhambra, CA:Primrose Press.

Bard, Christine. (1999). Un siècle d’antiféminisme. Paris: Fayard.

Berns, Sandra, Sheehan, Grania, Banks, Cate, Hunter, Rosemary. (2003-2004). Reconfiguring Post-Divorce Parenting in a Risk Society Panic. Newcastle Law Review, 13(2).

Bertoia, Carl, and Janice Drakich. (1993). The Fathers’ Rights Movement: Contradictions in Rhetoric and Practice. Journal of Family Issues, 14(4): 592-615. (Reprinted in M.S. Kimmel & M.A. Messner. (eds) Men’s Lives. 4th ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon; In W. Marsiglio. (ed.). Fatherhood: Contemporary theory, research, and social policy (pp. 230-254). California: Sage Publications).

Bertoia, Carl. (1996). Identities Under Siege: The Fathers’ Rights Movement. PhD Dissertation, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Bertoia, Carl. (1998). An Interpretive Analysis of Fathers’ Rightists’ Mediation Rhetoric: Privatization vs. Personalization. Mediation Quarterly, 16(1): 15-32.

Blankenhorn, David. (1995). Fatherless America: Confronting our Most Urgent Social Problem. New York: Basic Books.

Bouchard, P., I. Boily, and M.-C. Proulx. (2003). School Success by Gender: A Catalyst for the Masculinist Discourse. Ontario: Status of Women Canada.

Boyd, Susan B. (2003). Child Custody, Law and Women’s Work. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Boyd, Susan B. (2004). Demonizing Mothers: Fathers’ Rights Discourses in Child Custody Law Reform Processes. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 6(1): 52-74.

Brook, Heather. (2004). Just Married? Adversarial Divorce and the Conjugal Body Politic. Feminism & Psychology, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 81-99, February.

Certified Male. (1998). Special Issue: The ex files, No. 8, March.

Chesler, Phyllis. (1994). The Men’s Auxilliary: Protecting the Rule of the Fathers. In Patriarchy: Notes of an Expert Witness, Morrow Maine: Common Courage Press.

Collier, Richard, and Sally Sheldon. (eds.). (2006). Fathers’ Rights Activism and Law Reform in Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Hart.

Collier, Richard. (1993). Masculinity, Law and Family. London: Routledge.

Collier, Richard. (1996). ‘Coming Together?’: Post-Heterosexuality, Masculine Crisis and the New Men’s Movement. Feminist Legal Studies, 4(1), February, pp. 3-48.

Collier, Richard. (2001). A Hard Time to be a Father? Reassessing the relationship between law, policy, and family (practices). Journal of Law and Society, 28(4), December.

Collier, Richard. (2005). Fathers 4 Justice, law and the new politics of fatherhood. Child and Family Law Quarterly, Volume 17, Number 4, October, pp. 511-533.

Coltrane, S. (2001). Marketing the Marriage ‘Solution: Misplaced Simplicity in the Politics of Fatherhood: 2001 Presidential Address to the Pacific Sociological Association. Sociological Perspectives, 44, pp. 387-418.

Coltrane, Scott, and Neal Hickman. (1992). The Rhetoric of Rights and Needs: Moral Discourse in the Reform of Child Custody and Child Support Laws. Social Problems, 39, pp. 400-420

Coltrane, Scott. (2001). Marketing the Marriage “Solution”: Misplaced simplicity in the politics of fatherhood. Sociological Perspectives, 44(4), pp. 387-418.

Cosic, Miriam. (1999). Court in the Middle: Where Divorce Settlements Become Gender Wars [Uncivil war], The Australian, Weekend Magazine, 21-22 August.

Crean, Susan. (1988). In the Name of the Fathers: The Story Behind Child Custody. Ontario: Amanita/Second Story Press.

Crowley, Jocelyn E. (2006). Organizational responses to the fatherhood crisis: The case of fathers’ rights groups in the United States. Marriage and Family Review, 39(1/2): 99-120.Crowley, Jocelyn E. (2008). Defiant Dads: Fathers’ Rights Activists in America. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. (2006). Organizational Responses to the Fatherhood Crisis: The Case of Fathers’ Rights Groups in the United States. Marriage and Family Review, 39(1/2): 99-120; Reprinted in Families and Social Policy: National and International Perspectives, Eds. Linda Haas and Steven K. Wisensale. New York: Haworth Press.

Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. (2007). Friend or Foe? Self-Expansion, Stigmatized Groups, and the Researcher-Participant Relationship. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 36(6): 603-630.

Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. (2008b). Defiant Dads: Fathers’ Rights Activists in America. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Daniels, Cynthia R. (1997). Between Fathers and Fetuses: The Social Construction of Male Reproduction and the Politics of fetal Harm. Signs, 22(3), Spring.

Davis, Wendy. (2004). Gender Bias, Fathers’ Rights, Domestic Violence and the Family Court. Butterworths Family Law Journal, December: 299-312.

Dewar, J. (1998). The normal chaos of family law. Modern Law Review, 61, pp. 467-485.

Dragiewicz, Molly. (2008). Patriarchy Reasserted: Fathers’ Rights and Anti-VAWA Activism. Feminist Criminology, Volume 3 Number 2, April: 121-144.

Drakich, Janice. (1989). In Search of the Better Parent: The Social Construction of Ideologies of Fatherhood. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 3(1).

Dufresne, Martin. (1993). The Male Lobby: Woman-Hating and Antifeminism in Action. Montreal: Montreal Men Against Sexism (13 pp.).

Dunn, M.C. (2004-2005). Fathers’ rights activists: Does their behaviour stand up to scrutiny? Women Against Violence, Issue 16.

Ellard, Jeanne. (1999). What’s Love Got To Do With It? Male Victims and the Family Court. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Farrell, Warren. (2001). Father and Child Reunion: How to Bring the Dads We Need to the Children We Love. New York: J P Tarcher.

Fineman, Martha A. (1995). The Discourse of Fathers’ Rights. Chapter 8 Part I of The Neutered Mother, the Sexual Family, and Other Twentieth Century Tragedies. New York & London: Routledge.

Flood, Michael. (1997). Responding to Men’s Rights. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 7(2), Spring, pp. 37-40.

Flood, Michael. (2003). Fatherhood and Fatherlessness. The Australia Institute, Discussion Paper No. 59, November.

Flood, Michael. (2004). Backlash: Angry men’s movements. In S. E. Rossi (Ed.), The battle and backlash rage on: Why feminism cannot be obsolete (pp. 261-278). Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Press. [Copy available free from author]

Flood, Michael. (2004-2005). Fact Sheet #1: The myth of false accusations of child abuse. Women Against Violence, Issue 16.

Flood, Michael. (2004-2005). Fact Sheet #2: The myth of women’s false accusations of domestic violence and misuse of protection orders. Women Against Violence, Issue 16.

Flood, Michael. (2006). ‘Fathers’ Rights’ and Violence Against Women, Paper to Conference, Refocusing Women’s Experiences of Violence, Sydney, 14-16 September.

Garrett, Shannon M. (2003). Battered by equality: Could Minnesota’s domestic violence statutes survive a “father’s rights” assault? Law & Ineq., 21, pp. 341-366.

Gavanas, Anna. (2004). Domesticating masculinity and masculinizing domesticity in contemporary US fatherhood politics. Social Politics, 11(2): 247-266.

Gavanas, Anna. (2004). Fatherhood Politics in the United States: Masculinity, sexuality, race, and marriage. University of Illinois Press.

Harris, George W. (1986). Fathers and Fetuses. Ethics, 96(3), April, pp. 594-603.

Kaye, Miranda, and Julia Tolmie. (1998a). Fathers’ Rights Groups in Australia and Their Engagement With Issues of Family Law. Australian Journal of Family Law, 12(1), March, pp. 19-67.

Kaye, Miranda, and Julia Tolmie. (1998b). Discoursing Dads: The rhetorical devices of fathers’ rights groups. Melbourne University Law Review, 22, pp. 162-194.

Kaye, Miranda, and Julia Tolmie. (1998c) ‘Lollies at a children’s party’ and other myths: Violence, protection orders and fathers’ rights groups. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 10 (1) July: 52-72.

Kenedy, Robert A. (2004). Fathers for Justice: The Rise of a New Social Movement in Canada as a Case Study of Collective Identity Formation. Ann Arbor: Caravan.

Kennedy, Robert A. (1995). Right Around the Circle and Back to the Children: The Case Study of a Fathers for Justice Collective Identity. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, York University, North York, ON.

Lamb, Louise. (1987). Involuntary Joint Custody: What Others Will Lose if Fathers’ Rights Groups Win. Herizons. 20-31.

Maddison, Sarah. (1999). Private Men, Public Anger: The men’s rights movement in Australia. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 4(2), pp. 39-51.

Mann, Ruth M. (2008). Men’s Rights and Feminist Advocacy in Canadian Domestic Violence Policy Arenas: Contexts, Dynamics, and Outcomes of Antifeminist Backlash. Feminist Criminology 3 (1): 44-75.

Melville, Angela, and Rosemary Hunter. (2001). ‘As Everybody Knows’: Countering myths of gender bias in family law. Griffith Law Review, 1(1).

Milburn, Caroline. (1998). Angry Middle-Aged Men. The Age, 9 December.

Mitchell, Juliet, and Jack Goody. (1997). Feminism, Fatherhood and the Family in Britain. In Ann Oakley and Juliet Mitchell. (eds). (1997). Who’s Afraid of Feminism? Seeing Through the Backlash. New York: The New Press

Montreal Men Against Sexism. (1993). Challenging the Male Lobby in Our Communities. Montreal: Montreal Men Against Sexism.

Penfold, Susan. (1995). Mendacious Moms or Devious Dads? Some Perplexing Issues in Child Custody/Sexual Abuse Allegation Disputes. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 40.

Pollock, Scarlet, and Jo Sutton. (1985). Fathers’ Rights, Women’s Losses. In Klein and Steinberg. (eds). Radical voices, (Also in Women’s Studies International Forum, 8(6), pp. 593-599).

Pride, Mary. (1986). The Child Abuse Industry: Outrageous Facts and Everyday Rebellions Against a System that Threatens Every North American Family, Westchester, Illinois: Crossway Books.

Silverstein, Louise B., and Carl F. Auerbach. (1999). Deconstructing the Essential Father. American Psychologist, Vol. 54, No. 6, June, pp. 397-407.

Smart, Carol. (2004). Equal Shares: Rights for fathers or recognition for children? Critical Social Policy, 24(4), pp. 484-503.

Summers, Collette C., and David M. Summers. (2006). Parentectomy in the Crossfire. American Journal of Family Therapy, Volume 34, Number 3, July-September 2006, pp. 243-261.

Swaminatha, Tara McGraw. (2004). The Violence Against Women Act. Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 5 (1): 269-287.

Thoennes, Nancy, and Patricia Tjaden. (1991). The Extent, Nature and Validity of Sexual Abuse Allegations in Custody/Visitation Disputes. Child Abuse and Neglect. 14.

Tong, Dean. (1992). Don’t Blame Me, Daddy: False Accusations of Child Sexual Abuse: A Hidden National Tragedy. Norfolk, Virginia: Hampton Roads Press.

Williams, Daniel. (2005). Giving Fathers A Fairer Go: Inside the family law revolution that’s offering hope to disgruntled dads. Time International (South Pacific ed.). New York: Mar 21, p. 48.

Williams, G. I., and R.H. Williams. (1995). ‘All We Want is Equality’: Rhetorical Framing in the Fathers’ Rights Movement. In Images of Issues: Typifying Contemporary Social Problems, edited by J. Best. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

Williams, Gweneth I., and Rhys H. Williams. (1995). All We Want Is Equality: Rhetorical Framing in the Fathers’ Rights Movement. Pp. 191-212. Images of Issues: Typifying Contemporary Social Problems. Joel Best, editor. New York: Aldine De Gruyter.

Wilson, Trish. (1996). Mothers Under Siege: Tactics of the Fathers’ Rights Movement. Voices of Women Library, http: .

Wilson, Trish. (1997). Will Paternal Paranoia Triumph? The Organization of Angry Dads. On The Issues: The Progressive Women’s Quarterly, 6(1), Winter (http://www.echonyc.com/~onissues/w97paranoia.html).

Wilson, Trish. (1997?). American Fathers: Equality or Patriarchy?. Feminista, 1(3). URL: http://www.feminista.com/archives/v1n3/wilson.html..

Wilson, Trish. (1998). Family Law and Fathers’ Rights Antics in Maryland. Feminista, 2(2). URL: http://www.feminista.com/archives/v2n2/wilson.html.

Wilson, Trish. (2001). U.S. fatherhood initiatives: Control of women and children under the guise of responsible married fatherhood. Feminista, 4(7). URL: http://www.feminista.com/v4n7/wilson.html.

Wilson, Trish. (2004-2005). Fathers’ rights activists and public policy. Women Against Violence, Issue 16.

Zorza, Joan. (2001). Batterer Manipulation and Retaliation: Denial and Complicity in the Family Courts. Feminista, 4(7) (online journal) http://www.feminista.com/v4n7/zorza.html.


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e) Single, separated, and step fatherhood in particular

Note: Many of the chapters in the above books deal with single fatherhood in particular. For further references on child custody, see "Family Law" under "Divorce" below.

Arditti, Joyce A., and Katherine R. Allen. (1993). Understanding Distressed Fathers’ Perceptions of Legal and Relational Inequities Postdivorce. Family Court Review, Volume 31 Issue 4, October.

Arditti, Joyce A., and Michaelena Kelly. (1994). Fathers’ Perspectives of Their Co-Parental Relationships Postdivorce: Implications for family practice and legal reform. Family Relations, January, 43(1), pp. 61-67.

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

Baum, Nehami. (2003). Divorce Process Variables and the Co-Parental Relationship and Parental Role Fulfillment of Divorced Parents. Family Process, Volume 42 Issue 1, March.

Braver, Sanford L., and William A. Griffin (2000). Engaging Fathers in the Post-Divorce Family. In H. Elizabeth Peters and Randal D. Day. (eds) Fatherhood: Research, Interventions and Policies (pp. 247-267). New York: Haworth Press.

Braver, Sanford L., William A. Griffin, and Jeffrey T. Cookson (2005). Prevention Programs for Divorced Nonresident Fathers. Family Court Review, 43(1), January: 81-96.

Burgess, Jane K. (1988). The Single-Again Man. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.

Carlson, Marcia J., Sara S. McLanahan, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. (2008). Coparenting and Nonresident Fathers’ Involvement with Young Children after a Nonmarital Birth. Demography 45 (2): 461-488.

Child Support Agency. (2000). Back on Track: Finding a way through separation and repartnering. Canberra: Department of Family and Community Services, Commonwealth of Australia.

Coles, Roberta L. (2003). Black Single Custodial Fathers: Factors Influencing the Decision to Parent. Families in Society, v. 84, no. 2, pp. 247-258.

Cookston, Jeffrey T. (2005). Prevention Programs For Divorced Nonresident Fathers. Family Court Review, 43(1): 81-96.

Desrochers, Stephan. (2004). Fathering at Risk: Helping Nonresidential Fathers. Family Relations, July, Vol. 53, Iss. 4.

Devlin, Ann S., Elizabeth H. Brown, Josephine Beebe, and Elaine Parulis. (1992). Parent Education for Divorced Fathers. Family Relations, 41(3), July: 290-296.

Douglas, Gillian, and Richard Moorhead. (2005). Providing advice for lone parents: from parent to citizen? Child and Family Law Quarterly, March, 17(1).

Dudley, J., and G. Stone. (2001). Fathering at Risk: Helping non-residential fathers. New York: Springer Publishing Co.

Dudley, James R. (1996). Noncustodial Fathers Speak About Their Parental Role. Family Court Review, 34:3, 410-426.

Dunn, Judy. (2004). Children’s relationships with their nonresident fathers. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 45 Issue 4, May.

Emery, R. (2004). The Truth About Children and Divorce: Dealing with your emotions so you and your children can thrive. New York: Penguin.

Fischer, Robert L. (2002). Gaining Access to One’s Children: An Evaluation of a Visitation Program for Noncustodial Parents. Families in Society, v. 83, no. 2: 163-174.

Foster, Richard J., Andrew S. Chudleigh, Raymond Lenton, and Penny S. Gibson. (2005). Fathers and the separation pathway: the Family Court of Australia in dialogue with men’s groups. Journal of Family Studies, v. 11 no. 2 October: 187-195.

Fouquet, C. Stephen. (1996). Divorced Dads: Real Stories of Facing the Challenge.

Frieman, Barry B. (2002). Challenges faced by fathers in a divorce support group. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, Vol. 37, Iss. 1/2.

Green, Michael. (1998). Fathers After Divorce: Successful Parenting for Separated Dads. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Gregg, C. (1993). Single Fatherhood: The Complete Guide. Sulzberger & Graham Publishing.

Greiff, Geoffrey L. (1990). The Daddy Track and the Single Father. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.

Grill, Eva, Rolf Weitkunat, and Alexander Crispin. (2001). Separation from children as a specific risk factor to fathers’ health and lifestyles. Social and Preventive Medicine, Volume 46, Number 4, July, pp. 273-278.

Hamer, Jennifer, and Kathleen Marchioro. (2002). Becoming Custodial Dads: Exploring parenting among low-income and working-class African American fathers. Journal of Marriage and Famiy, February, 64(1), pp. 116-129.

Hanson, Shirley M.H., and Frederick W. Bozett. (eds). (1985). Dimensions of Fatherhood. Beverley Hills, CA: Sage (2 relevant chapters).

Harday, Michael, and Graham Crow. (eds). (1991). Lone Parenthood: Coping With Constraints and Making Opportunities, Hertfordshire: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Hinojosa, Ramon, Melanie Sberna, and William Marsiglio. (2006). Adoptive fatherhood: Gender, identity, and sociocultural considerations. In Katarina Wegar (Ed.), Adoptive Families in a Diverse Society (pp. 111-128). Rutgers University Press.

Hoard, Laura R., and Elaine A. Anderson. (2004). Factors related to depression in rural and urban noncustodial, low-income fathers. Journal of Community Psychology, Volume 32, Issue 1, January, pp. 103-119.

Insabella, Glendessa M., Tamra Williams, and Marsha Kline Pruett. (2003?) Individual and Coparenting Differences Between Divorcing and Unmarried Fathers: Implications for Family Court Services. Family Court Review, Volume 41 Issue 3, July.

Killeen, Damian, and Jennifer Lehmann. (2004). Non-residential fathers and their support needs. Children Australia, v.29 no.4: 12-19.

King, A; Slocombe, L; Fletcher, R; Clugston, H; McKenzie, P; Chudleigh, A; Kerr, P. (2002). Hey, Dad! for separated fathers: A parenting education program for men. Wahroonga, NSW: Centacare Broken Bay, 96p, ill., forms.

King, Andrew, and Ross Fletcher. (2007). Re-engaging separated fathers with their children after contact has broken down. Children Australia, v. 32 no. 3: 21-28.

Kruk, Edward. (1992). Psychological and structural factors contributing to the disengagement of noncustodial fathers after divorce. Family Court Review, Volume 30 Issue 1, January.

Laakso, Janice H., and Sheri Adams. (2006). Noncustodial Fathers’ Involvement With Their Children: A right or a privilege? Families in Society, 87(1), pp. 85-93.

Lehr, R., and P. MacMillan. (2001). The Psychological and Emotional Impact of Divorce: The noncustodial fathers’ perspective. Families in Society, 82(4), 373-382.

Madden-Derdich, Debra A., and Stacie A Leonard. (2000). Parental role identity and fathers’ involvement in coparental interaction after divorce: Fathers’ perspectives. Family Relations, July, Vol. 49, Iss. 3.

Maldonado, Solangel. (2005). Beyond Economic Fatherhood: Encouraging Divorced Fathers to Parent. University of Pennsylvania Law Review, January, Vol.153 Iss. 3.

Mandell D. (2002). Deadbeat Dads: Subjectivity and Social Construction. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Marsiglio, William, and Ramon Hinojosa. (2007). Managing the multifather family: Stepfathers as father allies. Journal of Marriage and Family, 69, 845-862.

Marsiglio, William. (2004). Stepdads: Stories of Love, Hope, and Repair. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Marsiglio, William. (2004). When stepfathers claim stepchildren: A conceptual analysis. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66, 22-39.

Marsiglio, William. (2007). Qualitative insights for studying male fertility. Chapter in Sandra Hofferth and Lynne Casper. (eds). Handbook of Measurement Issues in Family Research (pp. 303-324). Lawrence Erlbaum.

Martin, A. (1986). Single Fathers’ Networks. In Linking Men’s Services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and Services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre.

McMurray, Anne, and A.M. Blackmore. (1993). Influences on Parent-Child Relationships in Non-Custodial Fathers. Australian Journal of Marriage & Family, 14(3), November, pp. 151-159.

Nicholls, Wendy J., and Lisbeth T. Pike. (2002). Contact Fathers’ Experience of Family Life. Journal of Family Studies, 8(1), April, pp. 74-90.

Owen, Keith. (2003). Mad, bad, or just plain sad dads: The relationship of post-separation parenting patterns and grief on the mental and physical health of fathers. In Robin Sullivan (ed) Focus on Fathering. Melbourne: ACER Press.

Parkinson, Patrick, and Bruce Smyth. (2004). Satisfaction And Dissatisfaction With Father-Child Contact Arrangements In Australia. Child and Family Law Quarterly, November, 16(3).

Perkins, Daniel F., and Sylvia J. Ansay. (1998). The Effectiveness of a Visitation Program in Fostering Visits with Noncustodial Parents. Family Relations 47 (3): 253-258.

Pruett, Marsha Kline, and Kyle D. Pruett. (eds.). (2003). Family Court Review, Special Issue: Separated and Unmarried Fathers and the Courts, July, Vol. 41 Issue 3, pp. 285-420.
Individual And Coparenting Differences Between Divorcing And Unmarried Fathers. Implications for Family Court Services / Glendessa M. Insabella, Tamra Williams, Marsha Kline Pruett.
Serving Fathers Who Leave Prison / Jessica Pearson, Lanae Davis.
Non-Child Support Expenditures On Children By Nonresidential Divorced Fathers. Results of a Study / William V. Fabricius, Sanford L. Braver.
Substance-Abusing Fathers In Family Court. Moving From Popular Stereotypes to Therapeutic Jurisprudence / Thomas J. McMahon, Francis D. Giannini.
Fatherhood: A Judicial Perspective. Unmarried Fathers and the Changing Role of the Family Court / Sharon S. Townsend.
View From The Bench / James V. Menno.
Fathers And Child Abuse Allegations In The Context Of Parental Separation And Divorce / Thea Brown.
Situated Identities Of Young, African American Fathers In Low-Income Urban Settings. Perspectives on Home, Street, and the System / Vivian L. Gadsden, Stanton E. F. Wortham, Herbert M. Turner.

Rismen, Barbara J. (1989). Can Men ‘Mother’? Life as a Single Father. In Risman, Barbara J. and Schwartz, Pepper. (eds). Gender in Intimate Relationships. Belmont, California: Wadsworth.

Seltzer, Judith A. (1991). Relationships between Fathers and Children Who Live Apart. Journal of Marriage and the Family 53 (1): 79-102.

Seymour, Mark. (2005). Keystone of the patriarchal family? Indissoluble marriage, masculinity and divorce in Liberal Italy. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, Volume 10, Number 3 / September, pp. 297-313.

Shanley, Mary L. (1995). Fathers’ Rights, Mothers’ Wrongs? Reflections on Unwed Fathers’ Rights and Sex Equality. Hypatia, 10(1), Winter.

Silvey, J., and B. Birrell. (2004). Financial outcomes for parents after separation. People and Place, 12(1), pp. 46-57.

Smyth, B. (2003). Post-separation fathering: What does Australian research tell us? Report for the Engaging Fathers Project, Family Action Centre, University of Newcastle, December 4.

Smyth, B. (2004). Post-Separation Fathering: What Does Australian Research Tell Us? Journal of Family Studies, vol. 10, April, pp. 20-49.

Smyth, B. (ed). (2004). Parent-Child Contact and Post-separation Parenting Arrangements. Research Report No. 9. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Smyth, B., C. Caruana, and A. Ferro. (2004). Father-child Contact After Separation: Profiling Five Different Patterns of Care. Family Matters, no. 67, Autumn, pp. 18-25.

Sobolewski, Juliana M., and Valarie King. (2005). The Importance of the Coparental Relationship for Nonresident Fathers’ Ties to Children. Journal of Marriage and Family, December, Vol. 67, Iss. 5.

Stewart, S.D. (2003). Nonresident Parenting and Adolescent Adjustment: The Quality of Nonresident Father-Child Interaction. Journal of Family Issues, 24(2): 217-244.

Stewart, Susan D. (1999). Nonresident mothers’ and fathers’ social contact with children. Journal of Marriage and the Family, November, Vol. 61, Iss. 4.

Turner, Sharon, Peter Monk, and Bala Mudaly. (1999). Supporting Male Sole Parents. Children Australia, 24(2), pp. 32-36.

White, Lynn, and Joan G. Gilbreth. (2001). When children have two fathers: Effects of relationships with stepfathers and noncustodial fathers on adolescent outcomes. Journal of Marriage and Family, February, Vol. 63, Iss. 1.

Wilson, John. (1988). Single Fathers: An Unnoticed Group. Australian Social Work, Vol. 41, June.

Wilson, John. (1988). Single Fathers: Men Speak About Their Lives as Single Parents. Search, 19(3), May/June.

Wilson, John. (1988). Working With Single Fathers: Suggestions for Effective Practice. Australian Child and Family Welfare, 13(4).

Wilson, John. (1990). Single Fathers: Australian Men Take on a New Role. Sth Melbourne, VIC: Sun.


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f) Gay and lesbian parenting, Gay fathering

Ali, Turan. (1996). We are Family: Testimonies of Lesbian and Gay Parents. London & New York: Cassell.

Aveline, D. (2006). “Did I Have Blinders on or What?”: Retrospective Sense Making by Parents of Gay Sons Recalling Their Sons’ Earlier Years. Journal of Family Issues, 27(6): 777-802.

Barrett, Robert, and Bryan E. Robinson. (1990). Gay Fathers. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.

Berkowitz, D. and William Marsiglio. (2007). Gay men negotiating procreative, father, and family identities. Journal of Marriage and Family, 69, 366-381.

Bos, Henny M. W., and Frank van Balen. (2008). Children in planned lesbian families: Stigmatisation, psychological adjustment and protective factors. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 10 Issue 3.

Bozett, Frederick W. (1985). Gay Men as Fathers. In Hanson, Shirley M.H. and Bozett, Frederick W. (eds). Dimensions of Fatherhood, Beverley Hills, CA: Sage.

Bozett, Frederick W. (1987). Gay and Lesbian Parents. New York: Praeger Press.

Bozett, Frederick W., and Marvin B. Sussman. (eds). (1990). Homosexuality and Family Relations. New York/London: Haworth Press.

Dorsey Green, G., and Frederick W. Bozett. (1991). Lesbian Mothers and Gay Fathers. In Gonsiorek, John C. and Weinrich, James D. (eds). Homosexuality: Research Implications for Public Policy. Newbury Park: Sage.

Dowsett, Gary. (1982). Boiled Lollies and Bandaids: Gay Men and Kids. Gay Information, 11, Spring.

Fitzgerald, Bridget. (1999). Children of Lesbian and Gay Parents: A review of the literature. Marriage & Family Review, 29(1).

Gabb, J. (2001). Desirous Subjects and Parental Identities: Constructing a Radical Discourse on (Lesbian) Family Sexuality. Sexualities, 4(3): 333-352.

Gay Fathers of Toronto. (1981). Gay Fathers: Some of Their Stories, Experiences and Advice. Toronto: Gay Fathers of Toronto.

Gottschalk, Lorene. (2003). Same-sex Sexuality and Childhood Gender Non-conformity: A spurious connection. Journal of Gender Studies, 12(1), March 2003, pp. 35-50.

Hansen, Karen V. (2005). Not-So-Nuclear Families. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Henrickson, Mark. (2005). Lavender parents. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, No. 26, November: 68-83.

Hequembourg, Amy. (2007). Lesbian Motherhood: Stories of Becoming. New York and London: Harrington Park Press.

Hequembourg, Amy. (2007). Lesbian Motherhood: Stories of Becoming. New York and London: Harrington Park Press.

Hicks, S. (2005). Is Gay Parenting Bad for Kids? Responding to the ‘Very Idea of Difference’ in Research on Lesbian and Gay Parents. Sexualities, 8(2): 153-168.

Hicks, Stephen. (2003). The Christian Right and Homophobic Discourse: A Response to ‘Evidence’ that Lesbian and Gay Parenting Damages Children. Sociological Research Online, vol. 8, no. 4. URL: http://www.socresonline.org.uk/8/4/hicks.html.

Horn, Patricia. (1992). To Love and to Cherish: Gays and Lesbians Lead the Way in Redefining the Family. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition).

Jones, C. (2005). Looking Like a Family: Negotiating Bio-Genetic Continuity in British Lesbian Families Using Licensed Donor Insemination. Sexualities, 8(2): 221-237.

Kaeser, Gigi, and Peggy Gillespie (eds.) (1999). Love Makes A Family: Portraits Of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Parents And Their Families. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Kane, E. W. (2006). “No Way My Boys Are Going to be Like That!”: Parents’ Responses to children’s Gender Nonconformity. Gender Society, 20(2): 149-176.

King, B. R. (2002). I have “a mommy, a daddy, and a Barbara”: The psychology of parenting as a lesbian or a gay man. Journal of Sex Research, 39(4): 335.

Laird, Joan (ed.) (1999). Lesbians And Lesbian Families: Reflections On Theory And Practice. New York: Columbia University Press.

Lehr, Valerie. (1999). Queer Family Values: Debunking The Myth Of The Nuclear Family. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

MacCallum, Fiona, and Susan Golombok. (2004). Children raised in fatherless families from infancy: a follow-up of children of lesbian and single heterosexual mothers at early adolescence. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 45, Issue 8, pp. 1407-1419, November.

Malone, K. R., and R. J. Cleary. (2002). (De)Sexing the family: theorizing the social science of lesbian families. Feminist Theory, 3(3): 271-293.

Martin, April. (1993). The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting. HarperCollins.

McCann, Damian, and Howard Delmonte (2005). Lesbian and gay parenting: babes in arms or babes in the woods? Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Volume 20 Number 3, August.

McCann, Damian, and Howard Delmonte. (2005). Lesbian and gay parenting: babes in arms or babes in the woods? Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Volume 20, Number 3, August, pp. 333-347.

McGarry, K. (2003). Fatherhood for Gay Men: An Emotional and Practical Guide to Becoming a Gay Dad. New York: Haworth Press.

McNair, Ruth et. al. (2002). Lesbian Parenting. Family Matters, No. 63, Spring / Summer.

Millbank, Jenni. (2003). From here to maternity: A review of the research on lesbian and gay families. Australian Journal of Social Issues, v.38 no.4 Nov.: pp. 541-600.

Miller, Brian. (1992). Life-Styles of Gay Husbands and Fathers. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition).

Naples, Nancy A. (2004). Queer Parenting in the New Millennium. Gender & Society, December, Vol. 18, No. 6, pp. 679-684.

O’Reilly, Andrea (ed). (2004). Mother Outlaws: Theories and Practices of Empowered Mothering. Women’s Press.

Orbach, S. (1992). Heterosexuality and Parenting. Feminism Psychology, 2(3): 434-435.

Perlesz, Amaryll, and Ruth McNair. (2004). Lesbian parenting: Insiders’ voices. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, v.25 no.3 Sept: 129-140.

Pollack, S., and J. Vaughn. (eds). (1987). Politics of the Heart: A Lesbian Parenting Anthology. New York: Firebrand Books.

Rafkin, Louise. (ed.). Different Mothers: Sons and Daughters of Lesbians Talk About Their Lives.

Rickard, M. (2002). Children of Lesbian and Single Women Parents. Research Note, No. 41, 4 June, Canberra: Department of the Parliamentary Library, Commonwealth of Australia.

Rizzo, Cindy et. al. (eds). (1995). All the Ways Home: Parenting and Children in the Lesbian and Gay Communities. Norwich, USA: New Victoria.

Saltzburg, S. (2004). Learning That an Adolescent Child Is Gay or Lesbian: The Parent Experience. Social Work, 49(1): 109.

Spitko, E. Gary. (2005). From Queer to Paternity: How Primary Gay Fathers are Changing Fatherhood and Gay Identity. Saint Louis University Public Law Review, Vol. 24, p. 195.

Stacey, J., and T.J. Biblarz. (2001). (How) Does the Sexual Orientation of Parents Matter? American Sociological Review, 66(2), pp. 159-183.

Wakeling, L., and M. Bradstock. (eds). (1995). Beyond Blood: Writings on the Lesbian and Gay Family. Sydney: Black Wattle Press.

Wells, Jess. (ed.). (1997). Lesbians Raising Sons. Los Angeles & New York: Alyson Books.

Zanghellini, Aleardo. (2007). Scientific Positivism and the Controversy Over Research Into Lesbian and Gay Parenting. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, Sep., Vol. 4, No. 3: 100-114.


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g) 'How to' Books on Fathering

Note: Also see works on fathering and mothering above.

(i) General

Atalla, B.M. (1992). The Thirteen Months of Pregnancy: A Guide for the Pregnant Father. Kerwood, CA: Oddly Enough.

Aycock, C., and D. Veerman. (1994). From Dad, With Love: Gifts for Kids That Money Can’t buy. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale.

Balbus, Isaac D. (1998). Emotional Rescue: The Theory and Practice of a Feminist Father. Routledge.

Barnt, Herbert. (1985). Childbirth for Men. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Biller, H.B., and R.J. Trotter. (1994). The Father Factor: What You Need to Know to Make a Difference. New York: Pocket Books.

Boswell, J., and R. Bassett. (1990). How to Dad. New York: Dell Paperback.

Bowles, Colin. (1992). The Beginner’s Guide to Fatherhood: How to Cope With Life, Before, During and After Birth. Pymble, NSW: Collins, Angus & Row.

Burkett, M. (1993). The Dad Zone: Reports From the Tender, Bewildering, and Hilarious World of Fatherhood. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Canfield, K.R. (1992). The Seven Secrets of Effective Fathers. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale.

Canfield, K.R. (1993). Fourteen Keys to Successful Fathering. Chicago, IL: Moody Press.

Carmichael, C. (1977). Non-Sexist Childraising. Beacon Press.

Childs, K. (1991). At His Age! The Joys, Dilemmas and Discoveries of Late Fatherhood. North Sydney, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

Cooper, Mick, and Peter Baker. (1996). Fathering: The Nurturing Man. Chapter 8 in The MANual: The Complete Man’s Guide to Life. London: Thorsons.

Dale, Stan. (1992). My Child, My Self: How to Raise the Child You Always Wanted To Be.

Day, D. (1992). Kids, Teens, and Wives: How to Live With Them and Love Them. Boise, ID: Pacific Press Publication Association.

Dotson, F. (1992). How to Father. Los Angeles: Nash Publishing.

Downey, Peter. (1994). So You’re Going to be a Dad. East Roseville, NSW: Simon & Schuster.

Downey, Peter. (1997). Dads, Toddlers and the Chicken Dance. Sydney: Simon & Schuster.

Drescher, J.M. (1994). If I Were Starting My Family Again. Intercourse, PA: Good Books.

Drew, J.M. (1992). Where Were You When I Needed You Dad?: A Guide for Healing Your Father Wounds. New Port Beach, CA: Tiger Life Publishers.

Drexler, Peggy. (2006). Raising Boys Without Men. Rodale Books.

Dye, Phil. (1998). The Father Lode: A New Look at Becoming and Being a Dad. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Ehrensart, Diane. (1987). Parenting Together: Men and Women Sharing the Care of Their Children. New York: Free Press.

Emery, R. (2004). The Truth About Children and Divorce: Dealing with your emotions so you and your children can thrive. New York: Penguin.

Epstein, R. (1992a). Rookie Dad: Adventures in Fatherhood. New York: Hyperion.

Epstein, R. (1992b). Rookie Dad: Meditations From the Backyard. New York: Hyperion.

Fanning, Patrick, and Matthew McKay. (1993). Being a Man: A Guide to the New Masculinity. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.
Includes;
2. Being a Son: Relating to Your Father.
9. Being a Father: Raising Your Children.

Farrar, S. (1994). Standing Tall: How a Man Can Protect His Family. Sisters, OR: Multnomah Books.

Glennon, W. (1995). Fathers: Strengthening Connection With Your Children No Matter Where You Are. Berkeley, CA: Conari Press.

Go, B.C. (1993). Raising Kids in America is Like Having a Mouse Inside Your Head Eating Your Brain Cells: The Adventures and Education of a Struggling Parent. Chula Vista, CA: Castle House.

Golant, M., and S. Golant. (1992). Finding Time for Fathering. New York: Fawcett Columbine.

Grose, Michael. (2000). A Man’s Guide to Raising Kids. Sydney: Random House.

Heinowitz, J. (1995). Pregnant Fathers: Entering Parenthood Together. San Diego, CA: Parents As Partners Press.

Hessel, P.D.K. (1990). Fathering, Mothering, and Kidding: Desperate Solutions to Ridiculous Problems. Arnprior, Ontario: Kichesippi Books.

Holland, A. (2002) Real Dads. Melbourne: Lothian Books.

Horie, M., and H. Horie. (1993). Whatever Became of Fathering? Its Rise and Fall and How Parents Can Rebuild It. Larson, VA: InterVarsity.

Hutchinson, E.O. (1992). Black Fatherhood: A Guide to Male Parenting. Inglewood, CA: Impact Publishing.

Ironside, V. (1989). How to Have a Baby and Stay Sane. London: Unwin Hyman.

Jamiolkowski, R. (1993). Coping With an Emotionally Distant Father. New York: Rosen Group.

Jarema, W.J. (1994). Fathering the Next Generation: Men Mentoring Men. New York: Crossroad.

Johnson, G., and M. Yorkey. (1992). Daddy’s Home: A Practical Guide for Maximizing the Most Important Hours of the Day. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale.

Kaufman, Miriam (ed.). (1997). Mothering Teens. Prince Edward Island: Gynergy Press.
Includes;
From Violence to Peace: Families Confront Violence and Embrace Possibilites.

Lansky, V. (1993). One Hundred and One Ways to Be a Special Dad. Chicago, IL: Contemporary Books.

LaPlaca, D. and LaPlaca, A. (1992). I Thought of It While Shaving: Ideas for Devoted Dads. Wheaton, IL: Shaw Publications.

Levant, Ronald, and John Kelly. (1991). Between Father and Child: How to Become the Kind of Father You Want to Be. New York: Penguin.

Levant, R.F., and G. Kopecky. (1994). Masculinity Reconstructed: Changing the Rules of Manhood at Working Relationships and in Family Life. New York: Dutton.

Lewis, P. (1994). The Five Key Habits of Smart Dads: A Powerful Strategy for Successful Fathering. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

Louv, R. (1994). FatherLove: What We Need, What We Seek, What We Must Create. New York: Pocket Books.

MacDonald, G. (1990). The Effective Father. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale.

Marshall, C. (1992). The Expectant Father: Helping the Father-To-Be Understand. Prima Publishing.

Martin, F. (1994). The Kid-Friendly Dad: Connecting With Your Kids in a Chaotic World. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity.

Marzollo, J. (1993). Fathers and Babies: How Babies Grow and What They Need From You, From Birth to Eighteen Months. New York: Harper Perennial.

Marzollo, J. (1994). Fathers and Toddlers: How Toddlers Grow and What They Need From You, From Eighteen Months to Three. New York: Harper Perennial.

Myers-Wall, Judith, Peter Somlia, and Robert Rapaport. (eds.). (2001). Families as Educators for Global Citizenship. Altergott.

Neal, C.W. (1992). Your Thirty-Day Journey to Being a World Class Father. Nashville, TN: T. Nelson.

Nelson, D. (1994). New Father’s Survival Guide: Devotions for the First Year of Parenthood. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg.

Ofari, E. (1995). Black Fatherhood: A Guide to Male Parenting. Los Angeles: Middle Passage Press.

Osherson, Samuel. (1992). Wrestling With Love: How Men Struggle With Intimacy With Women, Children, Parents, and Each Other. New York & Toronto: Fawcett Columbine.

Osherson, Samuel. (1995). The Passions of Fatherhood. New York: Fawscett Columbine.

Petre, Daniel. (1998). Father Time. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Petre, Daniel. (2000). Father and Child. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Pudney, W., and J. Cottrell. (1998). Beginning Fatherhood. Sydney: Finch Books.

Rank, M. (1990). Dealing With the Dad of Your Past. Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House.

Ritchie, B. (1992). A Dad Who Loves You: Experience the Joy of a Perfect Father. Questar Publishers.

Robinson, B. (2003). Fathering from the Fast Lane. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Roeber, Johanna. (1987). Shared Parenthood: A Handbook for Fathers. London: Century-Hutchinson.

Rose, R. (1994). Dad’s Diary: Thirty Days to Being a Better Dad. Howard.

Rosen, M. (1991). Goodies and Daddies: An A-Z Guide to Fatherhood. Trafalgar: J. Murray.

Russell, Graham. (1983). A Practical Guide for Fathers. Melbourne: Sphere Books.

Schaller, J.L. (1995). The Search for Lost Fathering: Rebuilding Your Father Relationship. Grand Rapids, MI: Fleming H. Revell Publishing.

Sears, William. (1988). Becoming a Father: How to Nurture and Enjoy Your Baby. Melbourne: Collins Dove.

Shapiro, Jerrold Lee. (1993). The Measure of a Man: Becoming the Father You Wish Your Father Had Been. New York: Springer.

Simmons, D. (1991a). Dad the Family Coach. SP Publishers.

Simmons, D. (1991b). Dad the Family Counselor. SP Publishers.

Spangler, D. (1994). Fatherhood: An Owner’s Manual: For Fathers of Children From Birth to Age Five. Richmond, VA: Fabus Publishing.

Statham, June. (1986). Daughters and Sons: Experiences of Non-Sexist Childrearing. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Stein, Sara Bonnett. (1983). Girls and Boys: The Limits of Non-Sexist Childraising. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Stoop, D.A. (1992). Making Peace With Your Father. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale.

Swindell, B. (1992). Fathers, Come Home: A Wake-Up Call for Busy Dads. South Bend, IN: Greenlawn Press.

Twilley, D. (1994). Questions From Dad: A Very Cool Way to Communicate With Kids. Rutland, VT: Charles E Tuttle.

Wassil-Grimm, C. (1994). Where’s Daddy: How Divorced, Single, and Widowed Mothers Can Provide What’s Missing When Dad is Missing. Overlook Press.

Whelan, Thomas, and Susan Kelly. (1986). A Hard Act to Follow: Step-Parenting in Australia Today. Victoria: Penguin.

 

(ii) Raising sons

Alan-Williams, Greg. (1997). Boys to Men: Maps for the Journey. Doubleday.

Anderson, K.J., J. George, and M. Nease. (2002). Requirements, Risks, and Responsibility: Mothering and fathering in books about raising boys. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 2(1), pp. 205-221.

Arcana, Judith. (1983). Every Mother’s Son: The Role of Mothers in the Making of Men. London: Women’s Press.

Biddulph, Steve. (1994). Manhood: A Book About Setting Men Free. Sydney: Finch Publishing.
Includes;
4. You and Your Father.
7. Being a Real Father.

Biddulph, Steve. (1997). Raising Boys. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Canada, Geoffrey. (1998). Reaching Up for Manhood: Transforming the Lives of Boys in America. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Caron, Ann F. (1994). Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Raising Boys in the ‘90s. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Elium, D., and J. Elium. (1992). Raising a Son: Parents and the Making of a Healthy Man. Hillsboro, OR: Beyond Words Publishing.

Ferrere, Debbie. (1989). A Quiet Revolution. (Feminists with sons) Broadsheet, June.

Garbarino, James. (1999). Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them. New York: Free Press.

Greenwood, Robbie. (1989). Bringing Up Boys. Broadsheet, March.

Gurian, Michael. (1992). The Prince and the King: Healing the Father-Son Wound, Strengthening the Father-Son Bond. New York: G.P. Putnams Sons.

Gurian, Michael. (1996). The Wonder of Boys: What Parents, Mentors and Educators Can do to Shape Boys Into Exceptional Men. New York: Tarcher/Putnam.

Gurian, Michael. (1999). The Good Son: Shaping the Moral Development of Our Boys and Young Men. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam.

Hartley-Brewer, Elizabeth. (2001). Raising Confident Boys: 100 tips for parents and teachers. Cambridge, MA: Fisher Books.

Hawkes, Tim. (2001). Boy Oh Boy: How to Raise and Educate Boys. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

Howard, Jo. (1998). Bringing up Boys: A Parenting Manual for Sole Mothers Raising Boys. Melbourne: ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research) Press.

Katz, Jackson. (2006). Teach Our Children Well. Chapter 12 in The Macho Paradox: Why some men hurt women and how all men can help. Sourcebooks.

Kindlon, Dan, and Michael Thompson. (1999). Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys. New York: Ballantine.

Kipnis, Aaron. (1999). Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help ‘Bad Boys’ Become Good Men. Jossey Bass Publishers.

Kivel, Paul. (1999). Boys Will be Men: Raising Our Sons for Courage, Caring and Community. Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers.

Miedzian, Myriam. (1991). Boys Will Be Boys: Breaking the Link Between Masculinity and Violence. New York: Doubleday.

O’Reilly, Andrea. (ed.). (2001). Mothers and Sons: Feminism, Masculinity, and the Struggle to Raise Our Sons. Routledge.

Phillips, Angela. (1993). The Trouble With Boys: Parenting the Men of the Future. London: Pandora.

Pollack, William. (1998). Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons From the Myths of Boyhood. New York: Random House.

Porter, Lesley, and Kerry Lane. (1998). An Invitation to an Exploration of… Mothers’ Significant Role and Contribution to Their Sons’ Lives, and how this Connection Supports Stands Against Sexual Abuse. Dulwich Centre Journal, No. 4, p. 17.

Rowland, R., and A. Thomas. (1996). Mothering Sons: A Crucial Feminist Challenge. Feminism Psychology, 6(1): 93-99.

Salisbury, Jonathon, and David Jackson. (1996). Fathers and Sons. Chapter 13 in Challenging Macho Values: Practical Ways of Working With Adolescent Boys. London: Falmer Press.

Silverstein, Olga, and Beth Rashbaum. (1994). The Courage to Raise Good Men. New York: Viking.

Thompson, Michael. (2000). Speaking of Boys: Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions About Raising Sons. Sydney: Simon & Schuster.

Weiner, Bernard. (1992). Boy Into Man: A Fathers’ Guide to Initiations of Teenage Sons. San Francisco, CA: Transformation Press.

Wells, Jess. (ed.). (1997). Lesbians Raising Sons. Los Angeles and New York: Alyson Books.

Wilder, J.E. (1994). Rite of Passage: How to Teach Your Son About Sex and Manhood. Ann Arbor, MI: Vine Books.

Yablonsky, Lewis. (1990). Fathers and Sons: The Most Challenging of All Family Relationships. New York: Gardner Press.

 

(iii) Raising daughters

Bolin, D. and Sutterfield, K. (1993). How To Be Your Daughter’s Daddy: Three Hundred Sixty-Five Ways to Show You Care. Colorado Springs, CO: Pinon Press.

Deak, Joan. (2002). Girls Will Be Girls: Raising confident and courageous daughters. New York: Hyperion.

Fields, Suzanne. (1983). Like Father, Like Daughter: How Father Shapes the Woman his Daughter Becomes. Boston: Little & Brown.

Harpham, H. (1991). Daddy, Where Were You?: Healing for the Father-Deprived Daughter. Aglow Commons.

Kohn, B. (ed.). (1994). Fathers and Daughters: That Special Relationship. White Plains, NY: Peter Pauper.

Marone, Nicky. How to Father a Successful Daughter.

Maine, Margo. (1993). Father Hunger: Fathers, Daughters and Food. London: Simon & Schuster.

Pipher, Mary. (1995). Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls. Mooreband, NSW: Doubleday.

Rutter, Virginia. (1996). Celebrating Girls: Nurturing and Empowering Our Daughters. Sydney: Lansdowne.

Shandler, Sara. (2000). Ophelia Speaks: Adolescent Girls Write About Their Search for Self. Milson’s Point, NSW: Doubleday.

Strom, K.M. (1992). Making Friends With Your Father: A Book for Daughters. Grand Rapids, MI: Zontervan.


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