Strengthening Coparenting Relationships Among Low-Income, Unmarried Parents

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Page Count
5
Year Published
2020
Author (Individual)
Jennifer Randles
Author (Organization)
National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse
Resource Type
Brief
NRFC Quick Statistics and Research Reviews
Resource Format
PDF
Resource Language
English

To help unmarried parents improve their coparenting relationship, this National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse
(NRFC) spotlight on research provides a quick look at findings from a recent journal article, “Harder Being Without the
Baby”: Fathers’ Coparenting Perspectives in Responsible Fatherhood Programming (Randles, 2020).

The research drew on interviews and focus groups conducted with 64 low-income fathers who participated in a federally
funded responsible fatherhood program in California. The program is referred to as “DADS” in the article and in this
spotlight.

The spotlight also draws on key findings from two Parents and Children Together (PACT) evaluation reports (Avellar et al,
2019 and Friend et al, 2016) and a meta-analysis of responsible fatherhood programs (Holmes et al, 2020).

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