Family Focus on Immigration / Migration
Immigration and migration are creating major public policy discussions. They are also the basis for an important part of the family studies field. In this issue of NCFR Report magazine, your colleagues share their research on immigrant and transnational families, their practice experience with these special populations, and some personal journeys as well.
Featured articles to read online:
Changing the discourse on immigrants, culture, race and ethnicity among family scholars
by Allison Gibbons, Ph.D., CFLE, Assistant Professor of Family and Child Studies, McNeese State University
Migration, separation and family survival
by Leah Schmalzbauer, Ph.D., Montana State University
Visit this page to download a full PDF with all articles from this Family Focus section.