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Father involvement in Taiwan: A progressive perspective
Hu,Hsiu Zu1; Ko,Chu Ting2; Tran,Connie N.1; Phillips,Jessica M.1; Chen,Wei Wen3
2013
AbstractWith changes in family structures and social attitudes in Taiwanese society, parenting responsibilities are becoming less gender-bound and the roles of parents (particularly those of fathers) in the everyday lives of their children are being redefined. This chapter provides a review of historical perspectives, government and social policies, research studies, and progressive portrayals in the cultural media as related to Taiwanese father involvement. While media forms depicting fathers in non-stereotypical parenting roles may not reflect the current majority of Taiwanese households, the progressive portrayals of paternal involvement may instill change among future generations of parents.
KeywordCultural media forms Father involvement Gender roles Parenting roles Paternal roles Taiwanese society
ISBN9789400751552;9789400751545;
DOI10.1007/978-94-007-5155-2_19
URLView the original
Pages329-342
Language英语
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CollectionFaculty of Education
Affiliation1.Gevirtz Graduate School of Education,University of California,,Santa Barbara,93106,United States
2.Department of Special Education,Taipei Municipal University of Education,,Taipei,10048,Taiwan
3.Faculty of Education,University of Macau,,Macau,Macao
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Hu,Hsiu Zu,Ko,Chu Ting,Tran,Connie N.,et al. Father involvement in Taiwan: A progressive perspective[M],2013.
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