Following Young Fathers Further is producing a wide range of data and outputs to advance substantive, methodological and theoretical debates about young fatherhood.
To keep up-to-date with the ongoing findings from our research, then you may find our books, peer reviewed journal articles and working papers useful. These papers present our emerging findings and focus on key themes that we are exploring in our work. This includes the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on young fathers and on professionals.
We also have a page of research resources that you might use as a template for your own primary research. This includes templates for data archiving consent forms and our accessible participant information video which we produced to support our research at a distance.
If you are interested in conducting a qualitative secondary analysis for your research, you might consider access to the Following Young Fathers dataset stored in the Timescapes Archive. At the conclusion of the study we also intend to archive the data we produce to support students and researchers with the re-use of existing qualitative data.
Study Director Dr Anna Tarrant has published an edited collection with Sage about the possibilities for, and methods of, qualitative data re-use and qualitative secondary analysis with Dr Kahryn Hughes, Director of the Timescapes Archive.