National Centre for Social Research: Fathers in the UK
The National Centre for Social Research, in collaboration with the University of East Anglia (and funded by the ESRC) have published the first findings of their exciting new study “Fathers, work and families in 21st century Britain: beyond the breadwinner model?”
The first findings include three reports:
- Fathers and work
- Fathers and families
- Who are today’s fathers?
These can be found on the project’s Modern Fatherhood website, which also contains interesting blogs about fatherhood – including one from the Fatherhood Institute – and some key facts and figures.
Further reports will be published during the life of the project.
Tags: Employers, Fatherhood research