Why dads can’t be the dads they want to be
gender, parenting, inequality, motherhood, fatherhood, paternity leave, fathering, gender norms, patriarchy, family leave, family life
In most families, mothers and fathers both work hard. Pew Research has reported that moms and dads in the U.S. work essentially equal hours when paid work hours are combined with household chores and child care hours.
Original Publication Citation
Shafer, K. (2017). “Why Dads Can’t be the Dads They Want to Be.” The Conversation (US).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Shafer, Kevin, "Why dads can’t be the dads they want to be" (2017). Faculty Publications. 4383.
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