Where’s Dad? Fatherhood in Leisure Studies

@inproceedings{Kay2006WheresDF,
  title={Where’s Dad? Fatherhood in Leisure Studies},
  author={T. Q. Kay},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract This paper considers fathers and fatherhood as an ‘absent presence’ in leisure studies and argues for the need for and value of incorporating this subject matter within the field. The paper examines the underplaying of fathers and fatherhood in leisure studies, referring particularly to the leisure‐related literatures pertaining to leisure and gender, leisure and family, and sport and masculinity. The paper then draws on an international multidisciplinary literature to map out… CONTINUE READING

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