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Emerging from the Daddy Issue: A Phenomenological Study of the Impact of the Lived Experiences of Men Who Experienced Fatherlessness on Their Approach to Fathering Sons

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  title={Emerging from the Daddy Issue: A Phenomenological Study of the Impact of the Lived Experiences of Men Who Experienced Fatherlessness on Their Approach to Fathering Sons},
  author={David Ricardo Inniss},
  year={2013}
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Emerging from the Daddy Issue: A Phenomenological Study of the Impact of the Lived Experiences of Men Who Experienced Fatherlessness on Their Approach to Fathering Sons David Ricardo Inniss, Ed.D. Drexel University, October 2013 Chairperson: W. Edward Bureau Perceptions about fatherhood and the importance of the father role have changed significantly over time. This phenomenological study explored how experiences of father absence or paternal apathy impact behaviors among men and exert… 

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