“A father is someone who carries pictures in his wallet where his money used to be” – Unknown
Here at SAGE, we would like to send our most sincere expressions of gratitude to all of the men out there who constantly put the needs of their children before their own. As a token of our appreciation, we are highlighting some SAGE Journal articles that study the art of fatherhood as it relates to young children, new fathers, sharing the workload, working fathers, disciplinary behavior, and one researcher’s personal experience with his father.
Each of these articles is FREE to the public for the next 30 days, so feel free to read them as many times as you like this father’s day weekend.
– Dads Who Do Diapers: Factors Affecting Care of Young Children by Fathers in Journal of Family Issues by Akiko Yoshido
– New Fathers?: Residential Fathers’ Time With Children in Four Countries in Journal of Family Issues by Jennifer L. Hook and Christina M. Wolfe
– How Mothers and Fathers Share Childcare: A Cross-National Time-Use Comparison in American Sociological Review by Lyn Craig and Killian Mullan
– Psychological Distress Among Employed Fathers: Associations With Family Structure, Work Quality, and the Work – Family Interface in American Journal of Men’s Health by Bonnie L. Janzen and Ivan W. Kelly
– Profiles of Disciplinary Behaviors Among Biological Fathers in Child Maltreatment by Shawna J. Lee, Jinseok Kim, Catherine A. Taylor and Brian E. Perron
– Stumbling Into Relating: Writing a Relationship With My Father in Qualitative Inquiry by Christopher N. Poulos
We hope all of you have a wonderful time celebrating the fathers or father figures in your life!