8 edition of Fathering at Risk found in the catalog.
by Prometheus Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||343|
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"Fathering at Risk" is an in-depth and informative examination of three groups of nonresidential fathers -- teen fathers, older unmarried fathers, and divorced fathers -- emphasizing the importance of a father's presence in a child's life, and concentrating on what society can do to reverse the dangerous trend toward absentee fathers.
out of 5 stars Fathering and child outcomes Reviewed in the United States on Ap Eirini Flouri is affilated with the Centre for Research into Parenting and Children at the University of Oxford and lecturer in Statistics at St Hilda's College with an interest in human development and since the year she has researched the role Cited by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Fathering at Risk by Glenn Stone and James R.
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Fathering at Risk: Helping Nonresidential Fathers. Publication Year: Personal Author: Dudley, J. R., Stone, G. Type of Resource: Book. Page Count: Abstract: Fathers play an important role in child development, whether or not they reside with their children.
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Book Detail: Category: Book. Specifically, the risk of having a child with achondroplasia—a type of dwarfism—spikes from 1 in 15, to 1 in 1, once men reach age And. [PDF] Fathering the ADHD Child: A Book for Fathers Mothers and Professionals [Download] Full. The at-risk status of nonresident fathering-the central issue of this book-is better illustrated in the second and third chapters, with an informative review of the research literature that focuses more narrowly and more coherently on three groups of at-risk nonresident fathers: divorced fathers, adolescent fathers, and unmarried older fathers.
Get this from a library. Fathering at risk: helping nonresidential fathers. [James R Dudley; Glenn Stone] -- This book profiles three groups of nonresidential fathers: teens, older fathers and unmarried or divorced fathers.
It promotes a fuller understanding of their problems, and offers an array of. Fathering At Risk Helping This book profiles three groups of nonresidential fathers—teens, older fathers, and unmarried or divorced fathers.
A resource section is included with contact information for various fathering programs, other relevant resources, and a. J. Dudley and G. Stone. Fathering at Risk: Helping Nonresidential Fathers. New York: Springer, pp. ISBN: 0‐‐‐0, $ As suggested by the title, the purpose of Fathering at Risk: Helping Nonresidential Fathers is to make a case that nonresidential fathers are “at risk” and to alert readers about how to help them.
The book is divided into four parts that. Fathering at Risk by James R. Dudley & Glenn Stone Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, Reviewed by Roberta L. Coles Book Reviews Although it's one of the world's oldest societal roles, fatherhood has been receiving recent attention normally accorded a new fashion trend or a severe social problem.
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[i] The most urgent social problem in the United States today, according to some scholars, is the increasing number of fathers who either are not in the home or are.
Book review: Violent Fathering and the Risks to Children: The Need for Change Article in Critical Social Policy 32(3) July with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Joe Smeeton.Good fathering is a powerful force in the lives of children, a force that can markedly reduce their risks of crime, substance abuse, depression and bad attitudes to school and at the same time increasing their chances of having fulfilled lives.
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