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Editors’ Introduction: Men, Fathers, and Work-Family Balance—An Exploration across Continents

Its Relation to Cognitive Therapy
  • Isabella Crespi
  • Elisabetta Ruspini
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Part of the Global Masculinities book series (GLMAS)

Abstract

This book intends to explore, with an international perspective, the changing roles of men and fathers in a global context and how contemporary fathers deal with the work-life balance. It also intends to discuss the social issues (but also tensions) associated with changing male and father identities and with the existing social and policy agendas.

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  • Elisabetta Ruspini

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