Variations in fathers' discourse on fatherhood and in family alliances during infancy

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Title
Variations in fathers' discourse on fatherhood and in family alliances during infancy
Journal
European Journal of Psychology of Education
Author(s)
Frascarolo France, Zaouche-Gaudron Chantal, Rouyer Véronique, Favez Nicolas
ISSN
0256-2928
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2005
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
20
Number
2
Pages
185-199
Language
english
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SAPHIRID:61488
Abstract
The aim of this pilot study is to analyse the discourse of fathers of toddlers concerning fatherhood and the link between some particularities in the discourse and family alliance. The sample consists of 13 Swiss first time fathers (5 fathers of girls and 8 of boys). In order to evaluate the paternal discourse, the fathers were given a semi-structured interview, which was later analysed using the research package Alceste. The family alliance, i.e., the degree of coordination among the partners when executing a task together, was assessed through the Lausanne Trilogue Play (Fivaz-Depeursinge & Corboz-Warnery, 1999). The main results indicated an interesting link between classes of paternal discourse grouped around the following themes "affective relationship", "daily routine" and "educational goals", and the family alliance (defined in two major categories; functional and problematic alliances). Finally, clinical perspectives on links between paternal representations and family functioning at an interactive level are discussed
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