Diversity and Inclusion in Men in Families Research Article Award
Jay Fagan, Ph.D., Temple University
“Maternal Gatekeeping: The Associations Among Facilitation, Encouragement, and Low-Income Fathers’ Engagement With Young Children”
This award, given by the Men in Families Focus Group, recognizes high-quality research on men in diverse families.
The recipient will receive a certificate. The award is presented annually at the Men in Families Focus Group annual meeting.
To be considered for this award, an article must:
- be published in a peer-reviewed journal in the prior calendar year;
- focus on men in diverse families; and
- have an NCFR member as one of the first three authors.
The men in families focus group maintains a list of peer-reviewed journals that we review each year to identify articles that qualify for the award. In addition, we solicit nominations from the focus group membership.
September 30: No application is required. Nomination deadline each year will be announced to the Men in Families Focus Group discussion group.