From time to time, we get pitched by research experts as well as graduate students working on progressive research covering topics about all angles of fatherhood. Regarding Most of the inquiries, we are happy to share them on our site as I think it exemplifies that more research experts are starting to put dad under the microscope to learn more about “the other parent.” That is the case with this new parenting survey from a graduate student who spent a significant amount of time working/researching with the Kansas City Dads Group & now has the opportunity to cast a wider net. Please feel free to participate. – L.S.
What are the personal values that drive your parenting? Do different types of parents, such as stay-at-home dads and working dads, stay-at-home moms and working moms, stay-at-home moms and stay-at-home dads, hold different values sets? This research will examine the values of different groups of parents (related to working or staying home with children),and will specifically focus on how they compare with those of stay-at-home fathers.
I’m a graduate student in sociology at the University of Central Missouri doing research on moral frameworks and values of parents in general and stay-at-home fathers in particular. Please if you have a few minutes, check out the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DDRXJLZ
Results appear at the end so you can see how everyone else responded too.
Thanks so much for your help! – Pam Rooks