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Generations Comparison: Father Role Representations in the 1980s and the New Millennium

Department of Sociology, Catholic University of Milan, 1, 20123 Milano MI, Italy
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Genealogy 2019, 3(2), 17; https://doi.org/10.3390/genealogy3020017
Received: 22 January 2019 / Revised: 19 March 2019 / Accepted: 3 April 2019 / Published: 9 April 2019
In the light of relevant and current debate on the changing role of fathers, this contribution is aimed at analysing the international literature on fatherhood, comparing two distinct periods of time, from the social, cultural and demographic point of view: the years 1980–1999 and the new millennium. This will contribute to identifying features of the fatherhood transformation in these two contexts, which in fact refer to two generations of fathers. The research questions to be answered are: Which aspects characterize the process of fatherhood transformation, in an intergenerational perspective? How are paternal childcare practices represented in different historical and social periods? An analysis of the academic publications on fathers in Scopus and Google Scholar will be conducted, in the two temporal periods indicated, using T-Lab software, in order to map fathers’ role representations. View Full-Text
Keywords: father; family; generations; transformation father; family; generations; transformation
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Bosoni, M.L.; Mazzucchelli, S. Generations Comparison: Father Role Representations in the 1980s and the New Millennium. Genealogy 2019, 3, 17.

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