Resources from Dr. Wiseman:
Online Resources for Diverse Children’s Literature: https://www.childrensliteratureassembly.org/blog
Using children’s literature to talk with children about anxiety, stress, and COVID19, it’s a 2-part post. Part 1: https://www.childrensliteratureassembly.org/blog/using-picturebooks-to-talk-about-trauma-anxiety-stress-and-covid-19
Part 2: https://www.childrensliteratureassembly.org/blog/using-picturebooks-to-talk-about-trauma-anxiety-stress-and-covid-19-part-ii
Resource for diverse children’s literature: https://www.childrensliteratureassembly.org/blog/online-resources-for-diverse-childrens-literature
Article with resources about talking with children about racial violence: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/02/parenting/kids-books-racism-protest.html and another one: https://www.charisbooksandmore.com/books-teach-white-children-and-teens-how-undo-racism-and-white-supremacy
Program for preservice social workers and teachers:
List of picture books was curated specifically for parental incarceration, addiction, and loss here:
Melissa Radcliff of Our Children’s Place, who provides advocacy for children who have an incarcerated or returning parent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AnfsbMhg7k they post information on their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/OurChildrensPlaceNC/
Motherread, which is a local organization that does training for using children’s literature and families http://www.motheread.org/
Resources from Dr. Qiana Cryer-Coupet
Short Reading List:
The National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC) Online Library- Search the online library for resources related to research and issues impacting Responsible Fatherhood. Many of the articles listed below can be accessed for free on this site.https://www.fatherhood.gov/library
National Trends in Resident and Nonresident Father Involvement Jones, J., & Mosher, W. D. (2013). Fathers’ involvement with their children: United States, 2006-2010.
Incarcerated Fathers: McLeod, B. A., & Bonsu, J. (2018). The benefits and challenges of visitation practices in correctional settings: Will video visitation assist incarcerated fathers and their children?. Children and Youth Services Review, 93, 30-35.
Nutbrown, C., Clough, P., Stammers, L., Emblin, N., & Alston-Smith, S. (2019). Family literacy in prisons: fathers’ engagement with their young children. Research Papers in Education, 34(2), 169-191. : https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02671522.2017.1402085
McLeod, B. A., Johnson Jr, W. E., Cryer-Coupet, Q. R., & Mincy, R. B. (2019). Examining the longitudinal effects of paternal incarceration and coparenting relationships on sons’ educational outcomes: A mediation analysis. Children and Youth Services Review, 100, 362-375.
Haskins, A. R., & Jacobsen, W. C. (2017). Schools as surveilling institutions? Paternal incarceration, system avoidance, and parental involvement in schooling. American Sociological Review, 82(4), 657-684.
Educational Outcomes and Father Involvement: Reynolds, R. E., Howard, T. C., & Jones, T. K. (2015). Is this what educators really want? Transforming the discourse on Black fathers and their participation in schools. Race Ethnicity and Education, 18(1), 89-107. https://experts.illinois.edu/en/publications/is-this-what-educators-really-want-transforming-the-discourse-on-
Cooper, S. M. (2009). Associations between father-daughter relationship quality and the academic engagement of African American adolescent girls: Self-esteem as a mediator?. Journal of Black Psychology, 35(4), 495-516. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0095798409339185?casa_token=_JeeauccXj8AAAAA:CKNVr2mtJdX1F9-rPwCqgTtLtxUmm8UxPnhNdZm8eVRqDzEtdkiVXlNynAIS6Z0KUzP90cBrS2zyIq8
Doyle, O., Clark, T. T., Cryer-Coupet, Q., Nebbitt, V. E., Goldston, D. B., Estroff, S. E., & Magan, I. (2015). Unheard voices: African American fathers speak about their parenting practices. Psychology of men & masculinity, 16(3), 274. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26366126/
Guendelman, S., Nussbaum, J., Soliday, A., & Lahiff, M. (2018). Hispanic immigrant father involvement with young children in the United States: A Comparison with US-Born Hispanic and White non-Hispanic Fathers. Maternal and child health journal, 22(8), 1118-1126. https://search.proquest.com/docview/2002116156?pq-origsite=gscholar
Single Fathers vs. Single Mothers Dufur, M. J., Howell, N. C., Downey, D. B., Ainsworth, J. W., & Lapray, A. J. (2010). Sex differences in parenting behaviors in single‐mother and single‐father households. Journal of Marriage and Family, 72(5), 1092-1106.: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/j.1741-3737.2010.00752.x?casa_token=yYLFB3LXvuwAAAAA:-L_0Toyff1Vv5iCI9QMlLN9wIXbvNWKmP2pnerwwAVghEaGj9M-ZCqVsr9iqNhxm7kSOfzAUpjZFu-mY