'I feel my Dad every moment!': memory, emotion and embodiment in British South Asian fathering practices

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Chowbey, Punita; Salway, Sarah;
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books

This chapter examines the fathering narratives of British South Asian men with children aged three to eight years, in the context of their complex migration histories and experiences of socioeconomic marginalisation in contemporary Britain. It investigates men’s narrati... View more
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