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The expectations, responsibilities, and role of the dad have evolved, but the portrayal of fatherhood in children’s literature hasn’t changed.
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Children’s literature has always held a mirror to society. As social norms change and culture evolves, so do the themes and characters in kids’ books.Yet, the role of the father figure, while pivotal, has largely remained narrow and stagnant, according to a new study from the University of Delaware.This week, Delaware Public Media’s Kyle McKinnon talks with the study’s co-author Bill Lewis – a professor in UD’s School of Education – about his findings and the evolution of father figures in children’s literature.
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