2019 Theory Construction and Research Methodology (TCRM) Workshop
The Theory Construction and Research Methodology (TCRM) Workshop is a longstanding tradition within NCFR. Research works in progress are reviewed, discussed, and strengthened in this unique, interactive environment, which is held on-site at the NCFR Annual Conference.
TCRM sessions are planned to run from Tuesday, Nov. 19, through the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the 2019 NCFR Annual Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
We are pleased to have Dr. Thomas Bradbury presenting a special session at TCRM this year, sponsored by the University of Maryland's Department of Family Science. High-quality theorizing and theory-driven questions are foundational to quality family scholarship. The best intervention work should also be theoretically driven and ideally accompanied by excellent evaluation and basic research. Dr. Bradbury will discuss his work and the importance of theory for both basic and applied scholarship.
This year's TCRM co-chairs are Adam Galovan and Spencer James. Contact them at the 2019 TCRM email address.
TCRM is made possible with the support of NCFR's Journal of Family Theory & Review.
You may add the TCRM preconference to your full or single-day NCFR conference registration, or register for and attend TCRM sessions only (without attending the rest of the NCFR conference). Find more information about all NCFR conference registration options.
Pricing for TCRM-Only Attendance:
TCRM Call for Proposals
The deadline for TCRM submissions was March 15, 2019. The call for proposals and application forms (both PDF files) for TCRM 2018 are still available below for reference.