Table of contents for The role of the father in child development / edited by Michael E. Lamb.

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List of Contributors.   


1. The Role of The Father: An Introduction (M. Lamb & S. Tamis-LeMonda).   

2. Two dimensions of Fatherhood: A history of fthe good dad/bad dad complex (H. Pleck).   

3. African-American and African Caribbean fathers: Level, quality, and meaning of involvement (J. Roopnarine).   

4. Latino Fathers: Unchartered territory in need of much exploration (N. Cabrera & C. Garcia-Coll).   

5. Social Science and public policy perspectives on fatherhood in the E.U. (M. O'Brien).   

6. Fathering in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean Cultures: A Review of the Research Literature (D. Shwalb, et al.).   

7. Fathers in non industrial cultures (B. Hewlett).   

8. Fathers in family context: Effects of marital quality and marital conflict. (E. Cummings, et al.).   

9. Paternal involvement: Levels, sources, and consequences (J. Pleck & B. Masciadrelli).   

10. The development and significance of father-child relationships in two-parent families (M. Lamb & C. Lewis).   

11. Fathering and children's peer relationships (R. Parke, et al.).   

12. The effects of divorce on fathers and children: Nonresidential fathers and stepfathers (P. Amato & J. Sobolewski).   

13. Fathers in fragile families (S. McLanahan & M. Carlson).   

14. Gay fathers (C. Petterson).   

15. Fathers in violent homes. (G. Holden & T. Barker).   

16. Intervention: Changing the nature and extent of father involvement (B. McBride & M. Lutz).   

17. The impact of Workplace practices on father involvement (G. Russell & C. Hwang).   

Author Index.   

Subject Index._

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Fathers, Father and child United States, Paternal deprivation United States, Single-parent families United States