The New Dad
Research Study on Men and Fathers
The New Dad: Take Your Leave (2014)
In the news: NPR White House Hosts Discussion on Role of Working Fathers
Washington Post New research on when dads take paternity leave
The Wall Street Journal The Daddy Juggle: Work, Life, Family and Chaos
Seattle NPR KOUW How Paternity Leave Affects Equality In Parenting
New York Times Double-Duty Dads
Diversity, Inc. Paternity Leave is Key to Retention, Engagement
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Washington Post article: Dads, too, want to have it all
The New Dad: A Work (and Life) in Progress (June, 2013)
The New Dad: Right at Home
- Professor Brad Harrington shared the results of The New Dad: Caring, Committed and Conflicted, the Center for Work & Family’s latest quantitative study on the status of fathers in America on CNN American Morning. (June 30, 2011).
- Dr. Harrington was interviewed by news anchor Gene Lavanchy on the Center’s fatherhood study The New Dad on Fox 25 News Boston. (June 15, 2011).
Sampling of Press on The New Dad
- BCCWF research is cited in a story on how brands and advertisers are waking up to the shifting roles of men and fathers in the NY Times Don't Call Him Mom, or an Imbecile
- The New Dad study was referenced in the NY Times story Why Gender Equality Stalled
- Brad Harrington commented on gender roles in the media and advertsing in the Huffington Post Front-lines and Sidelines: Time to Let Go of Gender Stereotypes
- The New Dad study was featured in the Toronto Star article Do Dads feel more work-life stress than moms?
- The Diversity Executive article Daddy’s Home: How to Support Working Fathers features the New Dad study and quotes Executive Director Brad Harrington as well as our partners at Eli Lilly.
- The Chicago Tribune and LA Times quote Brad Harrington on the trend reflecting that more men are contributing to gorcery shopping and other family responsibilities.
- Lisa Belkin refers to The New Dad study in her Huffington Post column The Year Of The Dad?
- Boston Magazine quotes The New Dad study in their story Dawn of The Dad
- Human Resource Executive Magazine featured The New Dad Study in its cover story Fathers Know Best and provided a summary of the recommendations from The New Dad Report and quotes from Brad Harrington.
- Brad Harrington was interviewed on Fox 25 News during Work-Life Wednesday to discuss the data used in Time Magazine's "Chore Wars."
- Brad Harrington discussed the changing role of fathers on Canadian Sun Network’s Charles Adler Show.
- "Shared parenting" was the topic of conversation on WBUR's Radio Boston when Brad Harrington appeared along with Marc and Amy Vachon, authors of Equally Shared Parenting. (June 16, 2011).
- The Time Magazine cover story "Chore Wars" states that when combining paid and unpaid work, men and women put in the same number of hours. Brad Harrington and NYU Professor of Sociology Kathleen Gerson were expert commentators on Minnesota Public Radio's Midmorning show with host Kerry Miller.
- Brad Harrington is quoted in Time Magazine's cover story Chore Wars.
- An in-depth interview with Brad Harrington on The New Dad: Caring, Committed and Conflicted was published in the The New York Post.
- The Dayton Daily News recently published a detailed look at the changing face of fatherhood and an interview with Brad Harrington.
- Fortune interviewed Brad Harrington for their look at The Changing Face of the American Working Dad.
- Brad Harrington was interviewed for Working Dads' Top Priority is Giving Family Love in Reuters News Service.
- Results of the Center for Work & Family’s recent study on fathers which was authored by Brad Harrington, Fred Van Deusen, and Beth Humberd, were discussed in the New York Times piece, Fathers More Active, and More Absent by columnist Lisa Belkin. Brad Harrington is interviewed by the Boston Globe for New Study Defines the New Dad.
- The New York Times, Now, Dad Feels as Stressed as Mom focuses on the Center's research study on fatherhood by Brad Harrington, Fred Van Deusen, and Jamie Ladge.
- New Dads Want to Be More Than Breadwinners reports Reuters based on study led by Brad Harrington.
- Brad Harrington comments on The New Dad study in The Huffington Post in The Changing Face of Fatherhood.