During adolescence children's relationships with their parents undergo profound changes. It seems strange then, that so little has been written so far about half the parental partnership, the father. In this comprehensive account of fathers and their relationships with growing children, Shmuel Shulman and Inge Seiffge-Krenke examine normal development and areas where things can go wrong; they consider traditional families and those reconstituted by separation and divorce.
Fathers and Adolescents will be an invaluable insight for all professionals whose work involves them with young people: social workers, probation officers, teachers, youth leaders, counsellors and educational psychologists.
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