New Research on Parenting Programs for Low-Income Fathers is a must-have resource for anyone working in the fathering field today. It is available for purchase in hardcover, paperback, or e-book.
Edited by FRPN Co-Directors Dr. Jay Fagan and Dr. Jessica Pearson, New Research on Parenting Programs for Low-Income Fathers presents state-of-the-art findings of research on fatherhood programs, funded by the FRPN, which advance knowledge and practice in the fathering field.
Key topics covered in New Research on Parenting Programs for Low-Income Fathers include:
- Increasing paternal engagement and improving parenting skills
- Engaging mothers to support father-child contact
- Using social media and online technology to recruit and retain fathers in fatherhood programs
- Building systems-level inclusion for fathers
- Staff training and effective resources for fatherhood practitioners
Jeffrey Johnson, Ph.D., president of the National Partnership for Community Leadership, offers his praise of this book, “As a 30-year fatherhood program practitioner, I believe that Dr. Jessica Pearson and Dr. Jay Fagan have meticulously documented in this book essential lessons about how best to attain positive program outcomes for low-income dads. This manuscript is timely, illuminating, and sure to be extraordinarily useful for fatherhood practitioners, researchers, and policymakers.”
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