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Fathers' uptake of paternity leave and care of children is shaped by various factors, including structuralbarriers and gender norms, which influence masculine identity formation. Such barriers to accessing leave and caring for children are thus influenced by a complex intersection of individual and institutional factors. Focusing on Australia, this article looks at migrant fathers' decisions about parental leave and caregiving, and its intersection with gender (masculinities) and culturedoi:10.22374/ijmsch.v3i2.36 fatcat:gjp4ysnshjdfhng23jxtofxdim