Hi Guys. Do you believe there is a fatherhood crisis in our nation? And if yes, can you tell which racial/ethnic group experiences it the most?
There is a fatherhood crisis in the U.S, and the crisis is most prevalent in African American families.
I am working on a research paper at my institution and I am finding that the majority of my colleagues and some of my teachers only have a limited knowledge on this issue.
So, what does "Fatherhood" mean? I think fatherhood means that a father should be engaged, involved, and present in the family. Most African American men experience higher rates of incarceration, early deaths, unemployment, and lower levels of education, all of which lead to a lack of a male presence in the family.
This has been my experience with fatherhood in the U.S. Is fatherhood crisis an issue in the UK?