Separated fathers and the ‘fathers’ rights’ movement

@article{Flood2012SeparatedFA,
  title={Separated fathers and the ‘fathers’ rights’ movement},
  author={M. Flood},
  journal={Journal of Family Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={18},
  pages={235 - 345}
}
  • M. Flood
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology, Psychology
  • Journal of Family Studies
  • Abstract Separated fathers often feel profound grief, distress, and anger at the end of their relationships with their partners and their children. Some participate in fathers’ rights’ groups, a movement which claims to advocate on behalf of men and fathers who are the victims of discrimination and injustice in the Family Court and elsewhere. Yet such groups may do little to help fathers heal or to build or maintain ongoing and positive relationships with their children. Some men do find… CONTINUE READING
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