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Employed first-time mothers: A typology of maternal responses to integrating parenting and employment
Shuster, Claudia, 1993
Family Relations, 42(1), 13-20

A study of mothers’ feelings about combining motherhood, employment, and child care during their firstborns’ infancy and the quality of mother-infant interactions

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Equal parenthood and social policy: A study of parental leave in Sweden
Haas, Linda, 1992
Albany: State University of New York Press

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Evolutionary biology and human paternal behavior: Comment on Silverstein (1993)
Sperling, Susan, 1993
Journal of Family Psychology, 7(3), 283-286

A critique on the use of recent data on evolutionary biology and male parental behavior

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An examination of differences in fathering activities across race and ethnicity
Shears, Jeffrey, 2007
Journal of Early Childhood Research, 5(3), 245-261

A study of the frequency with which 33 social, cognitive, caregiving, and physical activities occur between fathers and their children, based on the self-reported data collected from 485 African-American, Latino, and European-American fathers and father figures of children from low-income households

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An experimental study of an empowerment-based intervention for African American Head Start fathers
Fagan, Jay, 2002
Family Relations, 51(3), 191-198

An examination of the effects of Men as Teachers, an empowerment-based intervention program, on African American Head Start fathers' attitudes regarding their ability to teach their preschool children

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Factors associated with fathers' caregiving activities and sensitivity with young children
NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, 2000
Journal of Family Psychology, 14(2), 200-219

An analysis of whether father, child and mother sociodemographic characteristics and maternal employment predict father's participation in caregiving activities and the sensitivity of fathers interactions with children, using data from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care

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Families and Children Strategic Analysis Programme (FACSAP): Low-moderate income couples and the labour market
Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions, 2004
(Working Paper No. 15). Leeds, United Kingdom: Corporate Document Services.

A study on reducing the number of unemployed households with children and the effect of gender on employment status in the United Kingdom

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Families and Children Strategic Analysis Programme (FACSAP): Reviewing approaches to understanding the links between childcare use and mothers' employment
Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions, 2004
(Working Paper No. 14). London: Great Britain, Department for Work and Pensions.

A study of reducing the number of unemployed households with children and the effect of gender on employment status in the United Kingdom

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Families and Children Strategic Analysis Programme (FACSAP): Reviewing approaches to understanding the links between childcare use and mothers' employment
Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions, 2004
(Working Paper No. 14). London: Great Britain, Department for Work and Pensions.

A study on reducing the number of unemployed households with children and the effect of gender on employment status in the United Kingdom

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Families and Children Strategic Analysis Programme: Low-moderate income couples and the labour market [Executive summary]
Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions, 2004
(Working Paper No. 15). Leeds, United Kingdom: Corporate Document Services.

A summary of a study on reducing the number of unemployed households with children and the effect of gender on employment status in the United Kingdom

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Father absence, mother love, and other family issues that need to be questioned: Comment on Silverstein (1993)
Phares, Vicky, 1993
Journal of Family Psychology, 7(3), 293-300

A commentary regarding human fathers' involvement with their children

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Father beliefs as a mediator between contextual barriers and father involvement
Freeman, Harry, October-December 2008
Early Child Development and Care, 178(7 & 8), 803-819

A study of predictors and mediators associated with paternal involvement in Head Start and Early Head Start activities in a sample of 101 low-income fathers from a rural area of the Midwest United States

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Father book reading behaviors and pre-kindergarten emergent literacy
Brooks, Cherri H., 2005
Unpublished master's thesis, Utah State University, Logan

A longitudinal study assessing Head Start fathers' book reading behaviors and their impact on preschool children's early literacy skills

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Father care
Herr Research Center, 2000
(Applied Research in Child Development No. 2). Chicago: Herr Research Center.

A research newsletter featuring issues surrounding fatherhood involvement in child development and care in low income communities

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Fathering: The role of men in raising children in Africa - Holding up the other half of the sky
Richter, Linda M., 2008
In M. Garcia, A. Pence, & J. L. Evans (Eds.), Africa's future, Africa's challenge: Early childhood care and development in Sub-Saharan Africa (Directions in Development: Human Development 42700, pp. 151-166). Washington, DC: World Bank.

A discussion of the social function of fatherhood in African societies, including an exploration of the benefits of increased paternal involvement to children’s development and well-being

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Father involvement: Building strong programs for strong families
United States. Head Start Bureau, 2004
Head Start Bulletin, 77.

A presentation of the role and impact of father involvement in Head Start programs

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Father involvement during early childhood
Downer, Jason T., 2007
In Pianta. R. C., Cox M. J., & Snow K. L. (2007). School readiness and the transition to kindergarten in the era of accountability (pp. 329-354). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes

A discussion of the interactions between fathers and their children, and an exploration of the influence of such interactions on children’s development

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Father involvement in early childhood programs: Review of the literature
Palm, Glen, October 01, 2008
Early Child Development and Care, 178(7 & 8), 745-759

An overview of select research on the factors associated with paternal involvement in programs for their young children and in fatherhood programs

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Father involvement in Early Head Start programs
Raikes, Helen, 2005
Fathering, 3(1), 29-58

A study analyzing fathers' participation in the Early Head Start program using qualitative and quantitative data from 326 Early Head Start fathers whose children were 36 months old

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Father involvement in Early Head Start programs: A practitioners study
Raikes, Helen, 2002
Lincoln: University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Center on Children, Families, and the Law.

Results of a study of father involvement in Early Head Start (EHS) programs funded from 1995-1998, conducted in the winter of 1999-2000, based on a survey completed by 261 of 416 eligible programs and four follow-up focus groups conducted with EHS program directors and father involvement coordinators, with recommendations for effective practices

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Father involvement in Early Head Start programs: A practitioners study [Executive summary]
Raikes, Helen, 2002
Lincoln: University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Center on Children, Families, and the Law.

A survey of father involvement in 261 Early Head Start programs funded from 1995-1998

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Father involvement program effects on fathers, father figures, and their Head Start children: A quasi-experimental study
Fagan, Jay, 1999
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 14(2), 243-269

An evaluation of the effects of participation in an early intervention program designed to increase the rate of father participation in their young children's Head Start programs

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Father/male involvement in early childhood programs: Issues and challenges
McBride, Brent A., 1997
Early Childhood Education Journal, 25(1), 11-15

A discussion of issues and challenges for early childhood educators in terms of encouraging father/male involvement in young children's early education as based on the Illinois project ''Men & Kids''

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Fathers and early childhood programs
Fagan, Jay, 2004
Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Learning

A guide to multiple aspects of father involvement in programs for young children, including history, theory, research, case examples, profiles, and suggestions for developing fatherhood initiatives

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Fathers and father figures of Head Start children: A study of the effects of involvement on children's socioemotional development
Gorvine, Benjamin J., 2002
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

An examination of father involvement in the Head Start program, focusing on predictors of father involvement and the effects of involvement on Head Start children's socioemotional development

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