TITLE

Los significados de la paternidad para los hombres jóvenes en los alrededores de São Paulo-Brasil

AUTHOR(S)
Antunes de Campos, Edemilson; Pereira de Melo, Lucas; Ferreira Farias, Danyelle
PUB. DATE
September 2012
SOURCE
Cultura de los Cuidados;Sep2012, Vol. 16 Issue 33, p55
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The aim of this study was to understand the representations and meanings about the fatherhood of young men, through analysis the social codes of the sociocultural context in which they are inserted. This is a qualitative research. The young men were interviewed. Thematic analysis was conducted and data were analyzed by sentences. The meanings of fatherhood are tied to the representations and to the practices built on the body, the sexuality and the reproduction inside a logic that operates with the own values of the family and work of the sociocultural context. It is looked, so, to make the existent repertoire rich on the understanding of the senses of the fatherhood between young men and, for this road, to contribute to the establishment of public policies that effectively dialogue and that bases on the logic that orientates his practices around the sexual and reproductive life.
ACCESSION #
80074919

 

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