Imagining Fatherhood: Young Australian Men's Perspectives on Fathering

Men's Studies Press
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International Journal of Men's Health, 2013, 12 (2), pp. 150 - 165
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Cultural norms that view men as peripheral to family life and to decision-making about parenthood have shaped mainstream research agendas and underlie the relative lack of research on men's perspectives on fatherhood. This semi-structured interview study explored the subjective meaning of having children and being a father in the imagined future lives of 16 male university students in Australia.
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