The Latest NCFR Research: 5 New Early-View Articles Plus FR New October Issue

New early-view articles on parental beliefs and culture, as well as impressionable factors, forms of inequality to consider pertaining to Family Science—its present and its future. Additionally, the new October issue of Family Relations features nearly 50 articles on program evaluation, health and resilience, and more!

Keep up with the latest research from the three scholarly NCFR journals — Journal of Marriage & Family (JMF), Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Science (FR), and Journal of Family Theory & Review (JFTR) — all of which publish early-view articles online.

New Early-View Articles (October 1-7, 2023):

Family Relations:

  1. Parenting beliefs in ultra-orthodox families in Israel: The integration of structure and support — Zev Ganz

  2. Understanding motivations and satisfaction with sleep location among co-sleeping (including bed-sharing) parents (open access) — Levita D'Souza, Zoe Anna Morris, Ashlee Borgkvist, Sarah Blunden

Journal of Family Theory & Review

  1. Intersectional blackness matters: Why family science should care about the College Board's A.P. African American Studies course controversy (open access) — Ingrid Banks

  2. Pedagogy of the great pandemic of the 21st century: Epistemic implications for individual psychology, family science, and psychotherapies —Raúl Medina Centeno