Early-View Articles from the Journal of Family Theory & Review
This year, NCFR celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Journal of Family Theory & Review (JFTR), the newest of the organization’s three scholarly journals. JFTR publishes original contributions in all areas of family theory, including advancing theories through critical and metatheoretical projects, and comprehensive reviews of literature and media.
Recently published early-view articles available to subscribers are from an upcoming special issue, “Military and Veteran-Connected Families: Advances in Theory and Methodology,” edited by Casey J. Totenhagen, Ph.D., and David L. Albright, Ph.D.
If you're an NCFR member who subscribes to JFTR, log in to the NCFR website and visit the JFTR access webpage to read the full text of these articles on the website of our journal publisher, Wiley Blackwell. The March 2018 issue of JFTR is free and open to the public as a sample issue.
Here are just a few of the new early-view articles published in May 2018:
Community Social Organization and Military Families: Theoretical Perspectives on Transitions, Contexts, and Resilience
Jay A. Mancini, Catherine Walker O'Neal, James A. Martin, and Gary L. Bowen
The Creation of Military Family Leisure Experiences
Karen K. Melton, Jasmine Townsend, and Camilla J. Hodge
Examining Multiple Rhythms of Military and Veteran Family Life
Christina M. Marini, Christina L. Collins, and Shelley M. MacDermid Wadsworth
Brief-Systemic Programs for Promoting Mental Health and Relationship Functioning in Military Couples and Families
J. Kale Monk, Lauren M. Ruhlmann, Briana S. Nelson Goff, and Brian G. Ogolsky
A Call for Theoretically Informed and Empirically Validated Military Family Interventions
Abigail H. Gewirtz