Fathers' Role as Attachment Figures: An Interview with Sir Richard Bowlby.

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Journal Name
Early Child Development and Care
Journal Volume
180
Journal Issue
1 & 2
Page Count
8
Year Published
2010
Author (Individual)
Newland, Lisa A.
Coyl, Diana D.
Resource Type
Journal Article
Resource Format
Unbound
Resource Language
English
Sir Richard Bowlby, son of John Bowlby, has carried on his father's work by lecturing and writing on the topic of attachment theory. He has initiated and maintained international connections with researchers, practitioners and agencies in the field of child development, and has produced training videos to more widely disseminate information about attachment theory to professionals working with children and families. In this interview, conducted in London in February of 2009, Richard responded to questions regarding the father's role as an attachment figure, highlighting new theoretical directions and current research. He also addressed cultural influences on fathering and attachment, and offered suggestions for researchers and practitioners. (Author abstract)

Note: This article is part of the journal special issue entitled Emerging Topics on Father Attachment: Considerations in Theory, Context and Development.

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