Fathers' Liberation Ethics: A Holistic Ethical Advocacy for Active Nurturant Fathering by Gary Ritner
Fathers' Liberation Ethics provides a holistic ethical argument for active involvement by fathers in child caring with their children. Building on social analysis of the causes for father absence, this book provides a radical and comprehensive strategy for transforming the society into one of greater equality between men and women where men share equally in child-care-giving. Contents: A Critique of Traditional Roles; A Critique of the Absent Father; A Moral Argument for ANF; Motivating Myths for ANF; Rebirth for ANF; Do Work Innovations Promote ANF?; Bringing Back the Banished Father; Conclusion.