The purpose of this article is to better understand the outlooks, levels of engagement, and obstacles of fathers in the United States. The authors noted that fathers who participated in this survey range between the age of 18 and older. This telephone survey consists of fathers themselves answering questions related to their own fatherhood roles. Further, this article presents the results of the hundreds of American men promoting behaviors, such as agreeing or disagreeing about being involve, cohabitating or married to the child or children mother. This child may be an adoptive or biological child. The dilemma that is exposed in this research argues that a young father compared to an older father, is relative different with the religion background and economic status. The national survey further suggested that unmarried fathers pursued counsel from older fathers, for fatherhood advice. (Glenn & Popenoe, 2006).
What kind of study is this?
This is a quantitative research study in which a group of fathers are given a sample telephone questionnaire, concerning their views of themselves about fatherhood. It also showed the statistics of a sample of 701 men who recognized the significant aspect, feelings, and experiences of their fatherhood roles. Also, a majority of the participants agree that fatherhood is important in our society, for a better family structure (Glenn & Popenoe, 2006).
What is the general purpose of the study?
The ultimate purpose of this study is to focus on African American and other ethnic minority fathers and their relationship-skills. The main emphasis is on the father’s involvement, educational skills, work responsibilities, finance and their own perception of themselves in this telephone survey. Furthermore, in the sample survey which entails 14 significant questions, given to a resident or non-resident father, to answer with honesty, their own viewpoint on the role of fatherhood? These individual questions focus on these fathers in becoming an effective father in their child life (Glenn & Popenoe, 2006).
Altogether 701 men who participated in this telephone survey, they demonstrated a critical role in their child, stepchild or focal child life. This population of fathers is strongly influence in their child’s education, activities, and quality of time spent. The accumulations of these experiences are suggested to enable exhibiting healthier behavior from the father as a father-child relationship. Another purpose of this study is agreeing, disagreeing, or strongly agreeing, of the father’s multivariate analysis of their involvement and its effects on the cognitive behavior in the child or children. The social aspect of cognitive behavior in the relationship of parent-child, refers in terms of sociological viewpoint, refers to the father’s involvement during infant and their later years in life (Glenn & Popenoe, 2006).
What question does it raise?
Does the father-absence role of fatherhood affect the...