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Breaking-the-Cycle for incarcerated parents: towards pro-social parenting

Project Member(s): Fowler, C., Dawson, A., Jackson, D., Roche, M.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Corrective Services NSW

Start year: 2013

Publications:

Rossiter, C, Power, T, Fowler, C, Elliott, K & Dawson, A 2019, 'Reflexivity in correctional research: researcher perspectiveson parenthood in a study with incarcerated parents', Qualitative Social Work.
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Fowler, C, Rossiter, C, Dawson, A, Power, T, Jackson, D & Roche, M 2018, 'When parenting doesn’t 'come naturally’: providers’ perspectives on parenting education for incarcerated mothers and fathers', Studies in Continuing Education, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 98-114.
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Fowler, C, Rossiter, C, Power, T, Dawson, A & Jackson, D 2017, 'Becoming a ‘better’ father: Supporting the needs of incarcerated fathers', The Prison Journal, vol. 97, no. 6, pp. 692-712.
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Rossiter, C, Power, T, Fowler, C, Jackson, D, Roche, M & Dawson, A 2017, '"Learning to become a better man": Insights from a fathering programme for incarcerated indigenous men', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 13-31.
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Rossiter, C, Fowler, C, Power, T, Roche, M, Jackson, D & Dawson, A 2016, Breaking The Cycle For Incarcerated Parents: Towards Pro-Social Parenting Final Report.
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Rossiter, C, Power, T, Fowler, C, Jackson, D, Hyslop, D & Dawson, A 2015, 'Mothering at a Distance: What Incarcerated Mothers Value About a Parenting Program', Contemporary Nurse, vol. 50, no. 2-3, pp. 238-255.
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FOR Codes: Nursing not elsewhere classified, Criminology, Crime Prevention, Specific Population Health (excl. Indigenous Health) not elsewhere classified, Primary Health Care, Nursing