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WIENS fatherhood

Two leading researchers in child development say that while many fathers around the world need support in order to have a bigger role in caregiving, some fathers can actually make things worse -- and that by understanding the impact, we can tailor social policies and programs for the fathers and children who will benefit the most. Helen Mann spoke to Mary Wiens about the research on Metro Morning's special Thanksgiving show.
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