090311 4443 Assignment # 3 - Supporting Men in the Lives of Children

090311 4443 Assignment # 3 - Supporting Men in the Lives of Children

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HDFS 4443.503 – FATHERHOOD: DEVELOPMENTAL, SOCIAL, AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES WRITING ASSIGNMENT # 3: SUPPORTING MEN AS FATHERS, CAREGIVERS, AND EDUCATORS Directions: 1. Thoroughly read the chapter, Honig, A. S. (2009). Supporting men as fathers, caregivers, and educators. In D. Jones, & R. Evans (Eds.). Men in the lives of young children: An international perspective (pp. 7-29). London, England: Routledge. 2. As you read, make note of key concepts that explain how men have interacted with infants and children across many societies. For example, beginning at the bottom of page 9, we see the following: “Paternal age over 40 is associated medically with higher risk of fathering children with rare mutations and more complex disorders, such as autism or schizophrenia” (Saey, 2008 as cited in Honig, 2009, pp. 9-10). 3. You are to identify ten key concepts or facts in the chapter. List and discuss those ten ideas in the template below. (Hint: Copy the template to a new page and fill it in.) Separately cite each idea. Carefully follow APA (6
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Unformatted text preview: th ed.) style guidelines. Example of citation following a direct quotation: (Honig, 2009, p. 10). Use quotation marks to denote direct quotes of fewer than 40 words. 4. Using the template below, submit your responses electronically in Dropbox # 3 by Monday, September 12 th , 11:59 p.m. Be sure to write a minimum of two pages, double spaced. Begin your assignment on a new page. Assignment # 3: Supporting Men as Fathers, Caregivers, and Educators 1. Students Name and E-mail Address: 2. Key concepts in Honig, A. S. (2009). Supporting men as fathers, caregivers, and educators. In D. Jones, & R. Evans (Eds.). Men in the lives of young children: An international perspective (pp. 7-29). London, England: Routledge. A. B. C. D. E. 2. Continued. Key concepts in Honig, A. S. (2009). Supporting men as fathers, caregivers, and educators. In D. Jones, & R. Evans (Eds.). Men in the lives of young children: An international perspective (pp. 7-29). London, England: Routledge. F. G. H. I. J....
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090311 4443 Assignment # 3 - Supporting Men in the Lives of Children

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