On New Shores Understanding Immigrant Fathers in North America by Chuang, Susan S.; Moreno, Robert P.; Auerbach, Carl F.; Bachmeier, James D.; Berry, John W.; Chao, Ruth; Coltrane, Scott; Cookston, Jeffrey; De Anda, Roberto M.; Denton, Nancy A.; Gielen, Uwe; Hernandez, Donald J.; Kalman, Ronit Kahana; Kanatsu, Akira; Ki, 9780739118801
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  • ISBN: 9780739118801 | 0739118803
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  • Copyright: 9/26/2008

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Over the past several decades, researchers as well as social policymakers and educators have acknowledged the importance that fathers play in their children's lives. A good deal of research on fathering has been conducted among Euro-American families in North America. However, our understanding of fathering across various ethnic groups remains limited. Throughout Canada and the United States, the immigrant population has been growing rapidly. Currently, no book has delineated the field of immigrant fathering from a comprehensive and multidisciplinary perspective that includes theory, research, and social policy.
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