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NCFM Member Richard Driscoll, Ph.D. (Dr D), A Softer Approach to Punishments

June 4, 2013
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NCFM Member Richard Driscoll, Ph.D. (Dr D), A Softer Approach to Punishments

A Softer Approach to Punishments by Richard Driscoll, Ph.D. (Dr D) Punishment has a harsh reputation, and can easily produce lingering bitterness. Suppose typical teenager Sally is required to do her homework before dinner, so she can make it to bed at a reasonable hour and rise for school the next day. Suppose also...
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Child’s behaviour linked to father-infant interactions, study shows… children need their fathers

July 24, 2012
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Child’s behaviour linked to father-infant interactions, study shows… children need their fathers

NCFM NOTE: Here’s another study showing the importance of fathers in their children’s lives. Boys without their biological fathers, if they are lucky grow into men, will be men with the highest probability of being imprisoned and costing our society the greatest. Interestingly, perhaps by design, those systems that educate, discipline, identify, intervene, re...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Males, Feminism's Myths, Guest, Health Boys, Health Children, Health Girls, Health Men, Health Women, International, Study/Research | No Comments »

Fathers

April 15, 2011
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Fathers

Fathers have historically been denied equal parenting rights with mothers.  The 19th Century “tender years” doctrine, which explicitly gave mothers custody over children ages 13 and younger, was later replaced with the “best interests of the child” doctrine, but the gender bias persisted.  As late as 1971, the Minnesota State Bar Association’s handbook advised lawyers and judges that “except in very...
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