Quotation by Joseph H. Pleck

Many people now believe that if fathers are more involved in raising children than they were, children and sons in particular will learn that men can be warm and supportive of others as well as be high achievers. Thus, fathers' involvement may be beneficial not because it will help support traditional male roles, but because it will help break them down.
Joseph H. Pleck (20th century), U.S. professor, psychology. "Prisoners of Manliness," Psychology Today (September 1981).
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