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  • Paperback
  • 328 pages
  • Fatherless America
  • David Blankenhorn
  • English
  • 02 February 2017
  • 006092683X

About the Author: David Blankenhorn

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10 thoughts on “Fatherless America

  1. says:

    This book has been on my radar for years, ever since it was cited by Jeffery R Holland in an important address given some time ago I wish I had read it earlier I wish everyone would read it Each time I hear of another couple with children breaking up, I can t help but feel sorrow for the short sighted decisions of one or two adults who are all too willing to disrupt their children s well being for a lifetime because of their own wants and needs.In sobering detail, David Blankenhorn documen This book has been on my radar for years, ever since it was cited by Jeffery R Holland in an important address given some time ago I wish I had read it earlier I wish everyone would read it Each time I hear of another couple with children breaking up, I can t help but feel sorrow for the short sighted decisions of one or two adults who are all too willing to disrupt their children s well being for a lifetime because of their own wants and needs.In sobering detail, David Blankenhorn documents the undoing of the time honored role of fathers in contemporary society to the point where experts now advocate for other models of fatherhood, and even redefining the term father itself What a legacy the feminist movement and its resulting divorce culture have left us with families and society increasingly in shambles In a very calm...

  2. says:

    Full of truth and creepy in its observations of 1995 America that hits home with even stronger resonance today, Blankenhorn asks, Where are all the fathers and proceeds to answer that question by first showing us the history of the American family before listing examples and definitions of seven father types that emerged as a result of the women s rights movements Viewing this list, it s pretty obvious why so many American women are flocking to the Twilight movies America is not just y Full of truth and creepy in its observations of 1995 America that hits home with even stronger resonance today, Blankenhorn asks, Where are all the fathers and proceeds to answer that question by first showing us the history ...

  3. says:

    Blankenhorn has some very interesting things to say about absent fathers in America He s spot on in many ways and writes persuasively when it comes to a number of our social problems and how they are linked, at root, to absent fathers.Marriage is an institution that has allowed for civilization to evolve virtually every culture does it in some form or another Fatherhood is a cultural invention designed to domesticate masculinity, particularly male aggression, by giving men a social purpose, s Blankenhorn has some very interesting things to say about absent fathers in America He s spot on in many ways and writes persuasively when it comes to a number of our social problems and how they are linked, at root, to absent fathers.Marriage is an institution that has allowed for civilization to evolve virtually every culture does it in some form or another Fatherhood is a cultural invention design...

  4. says:

    Mind blowing This book explains what was going on in pop psychology regarding family science during the 90s I was a teenager in then and saw so much divorce among my friends families A great read for men and a must read for anyone considering divorce.

  5. says:

    Well written, insightful book It IS written like an academic treatise, so it can be a bit dry.

  6. says:

    I read this for a college course, and I absolutely loved it Blankethorn s secular argument for fatherhood complimented my beliefs in the divinity of the family.

  7. says:

    This was an interesting read on the societal shift to marginalize the father as an anchor of the traditional family.

  8. says:

    Frightening, but eye opening.

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