Why Mark Zuckerberg taking paternity leave really matters - Washington Post
The Tennessean discusses the trend of more fathers taking advantage of corporate paternity leave policies.
Journalist Josh Levs has filed an EEOC charge against his employer, claiming that its parental leave policy discriminates against fathers. His public stand may help encourage needed change.
The Boston Globe reports on the increase in at-home fathers, quoting Prof. Brad Harrington and the Boston College Center for Work & Family study The New Dad: Right at Home.
Findings from the New Dad study were used by Time in this article on the successes of stay-at-home fathers.
Brad Harrington relayed to the New York Times the feelings of stay-at-home fathers as found in the New Dad study.
Fox News cited the New Dad study and spoke to Brad Harrington on the reasons fathers chose to stay at home.
The Boston Globe's Joanna Weiss cited stories from the New Dad study fathers and quoted Brad Harrington in her column.
In this Daily Mail article, Brad Harrington commented on the distinction found between fathers who stay at home due to unemployment and fathers who do so by choice.
This Miami Herald article included findings from the New Dad study on the experiences of stay-at-home fathers.
The New Dad study was cited by 7 News in an article on the physical and emotional benefits of fatherhood.
June 13, 2012
Brad Harrington appeared on Fox 25 News to speak about stay-at-home fathers.
June 13, 2012
Brad Harrington commented on the increased responsibility of fathers in this article for Today.
June 12, 2012
In this ABC News article, Brad Harrington commented on evolving gender roles in parenthood.
June 11, 2012
This Reuters article is about the findings of the New Dad study.
May 4, 2012
The New Dad study was featured in this Toronto Star article on the stress of stay-at-home fatherhood.
August 8, 2011
Brad Harrington was quoted on men's domestic responsibilities in the Time Magazine cover story "Chore Wars."
April 2, 2012
This Diversity Executive article prominently features the New Dad study and quotes Brad Harrington.
June 19, 2010
This New York Times article focuses on evidence of fathers' stress shown in the New Dad study.
The Boston College Center for Work & Family feels honored that our research on "The New Dad" has been cited by hundreds of media outlets around the world.
Our researchers are available to comment on our reports, paternity leave, men and work-life, the evolving role of fathers and other related topics. To contact us about scheduling an interview or media appearance, email Jennifer Sabatini Fraone.