The African American Father: A Survey of Recent Scholarly Research (Hardback)

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Language: English . Brand New Book. Father-child interactions are thought to benefit children s development by supporting positive outcomes and buffering negative outcomes (Halle et al., 1998). As we see a decline in the proportions of children living with their fathers policy makers, researchers and practitioners are paying more attention to father involvement (Coley, 2000; Lamb, 1997). Thirty-three percent of American children live in homes in which their biological father does not reside (U.S. Census Bureau, 2009). For African American children, the percentage living apart from their father doubles. According to the U.S. Census Bureau (2009) sixty-four percent of African American children, live in homes in which a father is not present. In an effort to address the developmental needs of children, fatherhood has emerged as an important policy issue on national and local levels. In 1994, the Ford Foundation funded the Strengthening Families initiative, a multi-state coordinated effort to support love-income, non-resident fathers to remain involved with their children (Sylvester Reich, 2002). The National Fatherhood Initiative was developed to facilitate and encourage responsible fatherhood. This emergent concern for father involvement is supported by research that has consistently found father involvement to be an asset to children s well-being (Amato, 1998; Mosely Thomson, 1995; Nord, et.al., 1997; Wentzel Feldman, 1993; Robbers, 2008). Fathers play a crucial role in the lives of their children through their contributions of human, social, and financial capital. N° de ref. de la librería

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Sinopsis: Father-child interactions are thought to benefit children's development by supporting positive outcomes and buffering negative outcomes (Halle et al., 1998). As we see a decline in the proportions of children living with their fathers' policy makers, researchers and practitioners are paying more attention to father involvement (Coley, 2000; Lamb, 1997). Thirty-three percent of American children live in homes in which their biological father does not reside (U.S. Census Bureau, 2009). For African American children, the percentage living apart from their father doubles. According to the U.S. Census Bureau (2009) sixty-four percent of African American children, live in homes in which a father is not present. In an effort to address the developmental needs of children, fatherhood has emerged as an important policy issue on national and local levels. In 1994, the Ford Foundation funded the 'Strengthening Families' initiative, a multi-state coordinated effort to support love-income, non-resident fathers to remain involved with their children (Sylvester & Reich, 2002). The National Fatherhood Initiative was developed to facilitate and encourage responsible fatherhood. This emergent concern for father involvement is supported by research that has consistently found father involvement to be an asset to children's well-being (Amato, 1998; Mosely & Thomson, 1995; Nord, et.al., 1997; Wentzel & Feldman, 1993; Robbers, 2008). Fathers play a crucial role in the lives of their children through their contributions of human, social, and financial capital.

About the Author: Dr. Shonda Kaye Lawrence is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Jackson State University. Dr. Jerry Watson is an Assistant Professor at University of Mississippi. Dr. Brian Anderson is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Jackson State University.

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Título: The African American Father: A Survey of ...
Editorial: The Edwin Mellen Press
Año de publicación: 2015
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