Monday, June 18, 2007

Coming Straight Outta Austin

Bonus points to any stories that include the UT research from earlier this year:

His recent survey of 215 stay-at-home fathers across the nation showed that most of them enjoy "average to moderately high" levels of satisfaction in their roles. That satisfaction depends on factors such as their definition of masculinity and how concerned they are about societal pressures, Rochlen found.

Stay-at-home dads like the job [Austin American-Statesman (TX)]


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