i) Key and recent overviews

Adler, M. A., & Lenz, K. (2015). Father Involvement in the Early Years: An International Comparison of Policy and Practice: Policy Press.

Cabrera, N. J., & Volling, B. L. (2019). VIII. Moving Research on Fathering and Children’s Development Forward: Priorities and Recommendations for the Future. Advancing Research and Measurement on Fathering and Children’s Development, 107.

Ewald, A., Gilbert, E., & Huppatz, K. (2020). Fathering and Flexible Working Arrangements: A Systematic Interdisciplinary Review. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 12(1), 27-40. doi:10.1111/jftr.12363

Levtov R, van der Gaag N, Greene M, Kaufman M, and Barker G. (2015). State of the World’s Fathers: A MenCare Advocacy Publication. Washington, DC: Promundo, Rutgers, Save the Children, Sonke Gender Justice, and the MenEngage Alliance.

Marsiglio, William and Roy, Kevin. (2013). Fathers’ nurturance of children over the life course. In Gary Peterson and Kevin Bush (Eds.) Handbook of Marriage and the Family (pp. 353-376). New York: Springer.

McAllister, Fiona, Adrienne Burgess, Jane Kato, and Gary Barker. (2012). Fatherhood: Parenting Programmes and Policy - A Critical Review of Best Practice. Fatherhood Institute & Promundo.McKelley, R. A. (2017). Fathers in Families. In Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy (pp. 1-5). Springer, Cham.

Miller, Tina. (2010). Making sense of fatherhood: Gender, caring & work. Cambridge University Press.

Pfitzner, N., Humphreys, C., & Hegarty, K. (2015). Research Review: Engaging men: a multilevel model to support father engagement. Child & Family Social Work.

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (2011). Men in Families and Family Policy in a Changing World.

van der Gaag, N., Heilman, B., Gupta, T., Nembhard, C., and Barker, G. (2019). State of the World’s Fathers: Unlocking the Power of Men’s Care. Washington, DC: Promundo-US.