TCRM 2014

Tuesday-Wednesday, Nov. 18-19
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The Theory Construction/Research Methodology workshop is a longstanding tradition within NCFR. Research works in progress are reviewed, discussed, and strengthened in this unique, interactive environment. This year's TCRM co-chairs are Rebekah Young (email) and David R. Johnson (email).

See the TCRM overview from Co-Chair Rebekah Young.

TCRM 2014 Schedule

TCRM 2014 Registration

  • Professionals: $50
  • Students: $35

You can include TCRM registration as part of your full NCFR conference registration, or register for TCRM only.

If you do not include TCRM in your initial conference registration, you may add TCRM workshops later; log in to My NCFR, go to the screen "continue shopping," add TCRM, and proceed to checkout for payment.

For assistance, email Morgan Cole or call her at 888-781-9331, ext 2884.

SponsorshipAuburn logo

Auburn University is the 2014 TCRM Workshop major sponsor. NCFR and the TCRM leadership team appreciate the support from Dr. Joe Pittman and his colleagues in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.

Additional support provided by the Journal of Family Theory and Review. Thanks to Libby Blume, incoming editor, and Robert Milardo, the founding editor of JFTR.

Learn more about TCRM here.

TCRM 2014 Overview

An overview of TCRM 2014 and how these unique research-review sessions work, from Co-Chair Rebekah Young, Ph.D.

TCRM 2014 Workshop Schedule (PDF)

Here you'll find the composite schedule of Theory Construction/Research Methodology sessions for 2014, with descriptions, paper abstracts, and participants listed for each session.

TCRM 2014 Proposal Application Form (PDF)

Submissions have closed for TCRM 2014, but the proposal application form is posted here for reference purposes.

Prof Kevin Roy, U of Maryland

TCRM Workshop: insights into research

Past TCRM Chair Kevin Roy explains the value and rewards in participating in this annual event.