Fathering : promoting positive father involvement / edited by Annie Devault, Gilles Forget, and Diane Dubeau.

"In the past few decades, researchers and practitioners have moved away from the idea of fatherhood as a single, monolithic concept. Examining the challenges of vulnerable fathers such as those in poverty or in prison, they have developed valuable new strategies for cultivating the positive inv...

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Main Authors: Devault, Annie, 1963- (Editor), Forget, Gilles, (Editor), Dubeau, Diane, 1961- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, [2015]
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505 0 |a Traditions, tensions, and trends in participatory action research / Sandrina de Finney and Jessica Ball -- Father involvement: A multifaceted concept / Diane Dubeau, Annie Devault, and Daniel Paquette -- Mobilizing actors in participatory action research: Promoting father involvement in two vulnerable communities in Quebec / Geneviève Turcotte and Francine Ouellet -- The challenging evaluation of complex interventions / Diane Dubeau [and 3 others] -- A retrospective look at the partnership between researchers and actors / Gilles Forget and Dominic Bizot -- Support for father involvement in a socio-professional integration context / Annie Devault [and 4 others] -- Fathers behind bars: A participatory action research project to support father involvement following incarceration / Diane Dubeau, Martine Barrette, and Denis Lafortune -- An outreach and support program for socio-economically vulnerable fathers / Geneviève Turcotte [and 3 others] -- Knowledge transfer: Moving evidence into practice / Gilles Forget -- Conclusion: Fathering: new paths, future possibilities / Annie Devault, Gilles Foret, and Diane Dubeau. 
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