How actively are fathers participating in the births of their children these days? Identify three (3) fathers – preferable first-time, expectant fathers, and/or fathers of children younger than age 3. Prior to the interview, you must have each father or father-to-be give consent to participate in the interview. Interview these men using the following sets of questions: Expectant Fathers: 1. What are your feelings about becoming a father? 2. How have you been involved in your partner’s pregnancy? 3. What part will you play in your child’s birth? What part would you like to play? 4. What do you think about being a “good father” means? 5. How will having a child change your life? Fathers: 1. What part did you play in the birth(s) of your child(ren)? 2. What were your feelings about the birth(s) of your child(ren)? 3. What are the three biggest challenges you face as a father? 4. What do you think a “good father” is? 5. How has having a child changed your life? 6. What advice would you give a new father? After interviewing the fathers, write a 3-4 page report summarizing the similarities and differences between the three fathers. Include a description of the fathers and the interview process. Be sure to relate what you learned through your interviews with material on fathers’ participation in childbirth from the textbook, PPT slides, and any other appropriate sources. In-text citations are required as is a reference page. Be sure to follow APA format when writing your summary. Be sure to use your textbook as one reference and an outside source (scholarly journal as your second source). Module Page Grading/Rubric Instructions and Grading Rubric for Papers All sources must be cited using APA format (MLA format is not permitted). The following OWLPurdue website is an excellent resource if you need help with APA format: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ In your paper you MUST cite the textbook. You must cite the text in the body of the paper (in-text citation) and in a corresponding reference page. In addition, you MUST cite AT LEAST one more scholarly source (e.g., books, journal articles). References page must be its own separate page. The essay must be typed and 4-5 pages (double-spaced, 12-point font, 1-inch margins). The essay must be saved as a Word document (.doc). [If you cannot save it as a Word file, please save it as a text file (.txt) or rich text file (.rtf).] Do NOT save your documents as Works files (.wps). For each day the assignment is late 5 points will be taken off for extra resources go to mccc.edu and log in to “My Mercer” account. username: Miranda.leone password: MLpassword001 click on the icon “my blackboard” it will bring you into my classes and you click on the right-hand side it will say PSY-207 that is everything you will need.
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