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Japanese First-time Fathers: Transition to Becoming a Father
Hatashita Hiroyo, Boda Hitomi, Kawai Yae

Mail delivery: Tsukinowa Seta, Otsu-shi, Shiga-ken, 520-2192 (Japan)

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2007: 2

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Hiroyo, Hatashita; Hitomi, Boda; Yae, Kawai. Japanese First-time Fathers: Transition to Becoming a Father. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2007; 2. In: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n2/026.php> Consulted 17 de Agosto del 2022

 

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Introduction: Until recently, in traditional Japanese culture, child care has been considered to be exclusively the woman�s familial role. Couples with children have to share child care, and it is important for nurses to cultivate awareness of the significance of fatherhood and promote understanding of the father�s role in child care.
Purpose: The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the data collection procedures for describing the process of becoming a father from the period of the third trimester of pregnancy to the period of about one week after the birth.
Method: This qualitative pilot study was conducted using Grounded Theory methodology during the period between April and November 2006 with four husbands who were expecting their first child, using a semi-structured interview. Two interviews were completed for each husband, one was during the third trimester in pregnancy and another was during the period of about one week after the birth.
Findings: The time of the third trimester in pregnancy was divided into four categories for first-time fathers as: Concern for physical changing of wife with pregnancy, Escalation to concern for wife and unborn baby, Developing as a human being, and Blueprint for an image of the future of family.
The time of about one week after the birth was divided into four categories: Birth of the first baby, Escalation to concern for wife and baby, Developing as a human being, and Blueprint for an image of the future of family.
Discussion: The process of becoming a first-time father resulted in improving the relationship between the couple and further developing the husbands as human beings and citizens.
Conclusion: First-time fatherhood called upon these men to develop concerns for the well being of their wives and children and in turn enabled them to further develop themselves as fathers.
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