e) Working with fathers (NEW)

Recent overviews or introductions

Daniel, Brigid, and Julie Taylor. (2001). Engaging with Fathers: Practice Issues for Health and Social Care. London; Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Fagan, J., and A.J. Hawkins. (eds.). (2001). Clinical and Educational Interventions With Fathers. New York: Haworth.

Fletcher, R., May, C., St George, J., Stoker, L., and Oshan, M. (2014). Engaging fathers: Evidence review. Canberra: Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY).

Flood, Michael. (2003). Fatherhood and Fatherlessness. The Australia Institute, Discussion Paper No. 59, November. URL: http://www.academia.edu/444481/Fatherhood_and_Fatherlessness_2003_.

Ghates, D., C. Shaw, and N. Hazel. (2000). Fathers and Family Centres: Engaging fathers in preventative services. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hobson, Barbara Meil. (ed.). (2002). Making Men into Fathers: Men, Masculinities, and the Social Politics of Fatherhood. New York: Cambridge University Press.

PanterBrick, C., Burgess, A., Eggerman, M., McAllister, F., Pruett, K., & Leckman, J. F. (2014). Practitioner Review: Engaging fathers–recommendations for a game change in parenting interventions based on a systematic review of the global evidence. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55(11), 1187-1212.

Peters, H. Elizabeth, and Randal D. Day. (eds). (2000). Fatherhood: Research, Interventions and Policies. New York: Haworth Press.

Russell, Graham, Lesley Barclay, Gay Edgecombe, Jenny Donovan, George Habib, Helen Callaghan, and Quinn Pawson. (1999). Fitting Fathers Into Families: Men and the Fatherhood Role in Contemporary Australia. Canberra: Commonwealth Dept of Family and Community Services.


Further works

Adams, G., Pitman, K., Adams-Taylor, S., and M. Morich. (1988). Adolescent and Young Adult Fathers: Problems and Solutions. Washington, D.C.: Children’s Defense Fund.

Alliance, M.F. (1992). Working With Fathers: Methods and Perspectives. Stillwater, MN: NU Ink Unlimited.

Anderson, Elaine A., Julie K. Kohler, and Bethany L. Letiecq. (2002). Low-income fathers and “responsible fatherhood” programs: a qualitative investigation of participants’ experiences. Family Relations, April, Vol. 51, Iss. 2; pp. 148-155.

Barker J, Kolar V, Mallett S, McArthur M, Saunders V. (2011). Supporting Fathers Who Are Homeless. Australian Catholic University, Institute of Child Protection Studies. August.

Barth, R.P., M. Claycomb, and A. Loomis. (1988). Services to Adolescent Fathers. Health and Social Work, 13, 277-287.

Bogenschneider, Karen. (2000). Has family policy come of age? A decade review of the state of U.S. family policy in the 1990s. Journal of Marriage and Family. Nov., Vol. 62, Iss. 4.

Braver, Sanford L., and William A. Griffin. (2000). Engaging Fathers in the Post-Divorce Family. In H. Elizabeth Peters and Randal D. Day. (eds) Fatherhood: Research, Interventions and Policies (pp. 247-267). New York: Haworth Press.

Braver, Sanford L., William A. Griffin, and Jeffrey T. Cookson. (2005). Prevention Programs for Divorced Nonresident Fathers. Family Court Review, 43(1), January: 81-96.

Brown, S. (1990). If the Shoes Fit: Final Report and Program Implementation Guide of the Maine Young Fathers Project. Portland, ME: University of Southern Maine, Human Services Development Institute.

Brown, Thea. (2008). An evaluation of a new post-separation and divorce parenting program. Family Matters, 78.

Burgess, Adrienne, and Sandy Ruxton. (1996). Men and Their Children: Proposals for Public Policy. London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

Cabrera, N., and H.E. Peters. (2000). Public policies and father involvement. Marriage and Family Review, 29, pp. 295-314.

Campbell, N.R. (1992). Adaptation to Emergent Fathering in a Prenatal Education Support Group [Microfilm], Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International.

CANFaCS (Canberra Fathers and Children’s Service) (2004). “Dad, where are we going to live now?” A report on sole father families who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. Canberra: Department of Family and Community Services and CANFaCS Inc.

Child Support Agency. (2000). Back on Track: Finding a way through separation and repartnering. Canberra: Department of Family and Community Services, Commonwealth of Australia.

Community Paediatric Review, Special issue: Involving fathers in Community Child Health Services, 32(2), 1 June 2015

Cowan, et al. (2009). Promoting father’s engagement with children: Preventive interventions for low-income families. J. Marr and the Family 71, 663-679.

Cowan, P.A., Cowan, CR, Pruett, M.K., Pruett, K., & Wong, JJ. (2009). Promoting fathers’ engagement with children: Preventive interventions for low-income families. Journal of Marriage and Family, 71 , 663-679.

Curran, Laura, and Laura S. Abrams. (2000). Making Men into Dads: Fatherhood, the State, and Welfare Reform. Gender & Society. 14(5), October, pp. 662-678.

Curran, Laura. (2003). Social work and fathers: Child support and fathering programs. Social Work, 48(2): 219-227.

Desrochers, Stephan. (2004). Fathering at Risk: Helping Nonresidential Fathers. Family Relations, July, Vol. 53, Iss. 4.

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Dudley, J., and G. Stone. (2001). Fathering at Risk: Helping non-residential fathers. New York: Springer Publishing Co.

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Fagan, J. (2008). Randomized study of a pre-birth coparenting intervention with adolescent and young fathers. Family Relations, 57(3), 309-323.

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

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Fischer, Robert L. (2002). Gaining Access to One’s Children: An Evaluation of a Visitation Program for Noncustodial Parents. Families in Society, v. 83, no. 2: 163-174.

Fletcher, R. (2008). Father-inclusive practice and associated professional competencies. Australian Family Relationships Clearinghouse Briefing, No. 9, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.

Fletcher, R., May, C., St George, J., Stoker, L., and Oshan, M. (2014). Engaging fathers: Evidence review. Canberra: Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY).

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Haney, Lynne, and Miranda March. (2003). Married Fathers and Caring Daddies: Welfare Reform and the Discursive Politics of Paternity. Social Problems, November, Vol. 50, Iss. 4.

Ho, Hsiu-Zu, and Diana B. Hiatt-Michael (Eds.). (2012). Promising Practices for Fathers’ Involvement in Children’s Education. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

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King, Andrew, and Ross Fletcher. (2007). Re-engaging separated fathers with their children after contact has broken down. Children Australia, v. 32 no. 3: 21-28.

King, Andrew, Steve Sweeney, and Ross Fletcher. (2005). A checklist for organisations working with fathers using the non-deficit approach. Children Australia, v.30 no.3: 32-39.

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