Studying the interplay between social structure, the family environment and the behaviour of fathers not only creates a better understanding of the role fathers play in the development of their children, but also offers policy makers tools for developing policy that is better attuned to the needs and wishes of fathers, mothers, children, families and societies. That is the central argument of Renske Keizer’s inaugural lecture.
R. Keizer, professor by special appointment of Child Development, focusing on the role and pedagogical significance of fatherhood: Waar staat papa? Over grenzen denken.
This event is open to the public.
(Please note that this lecture is in Dutch.)