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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 178, Numbers 7-8, 2008

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Supporting men as fathers, caregivers, and educators
pp. 665-687(23)
Author: Honig, Alice Sterling

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Gender and professionalism: a critical analysis of overt and covert curricula
pp. 703-715(13)
Authors: Vandenbroeck, Michel; Peeters, Jan

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Entrances and exits: changing perceptions of primary teaching as a career for men
pp. 717-731(15)
Authors: Thornton, Mary; Bricheno, Patricia

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New Zealand men's participation in early years work
pp. 733-744(12)
Author: Farquhar, Sarah-Eve

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Father involvement in early childhood programs: review of the literature
pp. 745-759(15)
Authors: Palm, Glen; Fagan, Jay

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'Something in it for dads': getting fathers involved with Sure Start
pp. 761-772(12)
Authors: Potter, Carol; Carpenter, John

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Why fathers are not attracted to family learning groups?
pp. 773-783(11)
Author: Macleod, Flora

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Father beliefs as a mediator between contextual barriers and father involvement
pp. 803-819(17)
Authors: Freeman, Harry; Newland, Lisa; Coyl, Diana

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Fathers: the 'invisible' parents
pp. 821-836(16)
Authors: Saracho, Olivia; Spodek, Bernard

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Fathers' and young children's literacy experiences
pp. 837-852(16)
Author: Saracho, Olivia

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Men and motors? Fathers' involvement in children's travel
pp. 853-866(14)
Author: Barker, John

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