New textbook offers insight into better practices to engage men as fathers

Social service systems struggle to successfully engage with men as parents. A new book co-authored and co-edited by Georgia State University scholar Qiana Cryer-Coupet addresses the biases and assumptions about men and fathers that cause this struggle and seeks to help social workers better serve men as parents.

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