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By Sue Sharpe

Fathers and Daughters explores the complicated nature of this topic utilizing the voices and stories of either fathers and daughters. Sue Sharpe offers an exam of the real techniques working in the courting comparable to these affecting gender roles, success, teenage sexuality, women's relationships with males and growing old. it's an unique and attractive remedy of a unusually overlooked topic. Sue Sharpe is a free-lance author and researcher established in London.

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The direction of her life altered dramatically in her teens. She writes: ‘After years of under-achievement at school a lovely teacher suggested I might be university material. From then [aged about thirteen] that was my goal. My schoolwork became all-important and I was totally single-minded about it. It was hard because I had nowhere to study at home and the atmosphere was not conducive to study. Also, with both parents in full-time employment, a lot of domestic responsibilities fell on me. I think my father was proud of how well I was doing at school.

It is generally mothers who are more supportive and nurturing and in whom children confide, while fathers tend to be concerned with more ‘serious’ issues like discipline, achievement and financial Approval and achievement 31 advice. 1 This may relate to their performance in school and through education; their choices and achievements in a job or career; their choice of partner in a relationship or marriage; or simply their conformity to some image that girls or women believe will please (or simply not anger or upset) their fathers.

1 This may relate to their performance in school and through education; their choices and achievements in a job or career; their choice of partner in a relationship or marriage; or simply their conformity to some image that girls or women believe will please (or simply not anger or upset) their fathers. For example, Laura is in her fifth year of secondary school and lives with her parents and older brother. She has a good relationship with Tony, her father, and a secure family background in northern England.

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