Fathers as 'core business' in child welfare practice and research : an interdisciplinary review

@article{Zanoni2013FathersA,
  title={Fathers as 'core business' in child welfare practice and research : an interdisciplinary review},
  author={Lee Zanoni and Wayne Warburton and K. Bussey and A. McMaugh},
  journal={Children and Youth Services Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={1055-1070}
}
  • Lee Zanoni, Wayne Warburton, +1 author A. McMaugh
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Children and Youth Services Review
  • This literature review draws from a wide array of interdisciplinary research to argue that fathers need to be included in child welfare practice and research to the same extent as mothers. Social work and child maltreatment literature highlight that fathers are often overlooked and viewed more negatively than mothers in child welfare practice. There are noteworthy theoretical and practical reasons for this poor engagement of fathers in practice. However, advances in attachment theory and recent… CONTINUE READING
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