New NCFR Research: 3 Early-View Articles
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 scholarship provides a conceptual framework of family well-being; navigating socialization and parenting in a racialized world; interplay of fertility goals early in the life course; how homelessness reduces a child's attachment security.
New Early-View Articles (October 29 - November 11, 2023):
Journal of Family Theory & Review
- A conceptual model of family well-being: Bridging constructs, fields, and practice applications — AliceAnn Crandall, Erin Kramer Holmes, Sariah E. Villalon, Nomi S. Weiss-Laxer, Jerica M. Berge
- A framework for how homelessness impacts children's attachments to their caregiver — Nathaniel Stekler
Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Science
- Asian American parenting in a racialized world: The role of ideological contexts and intergenerational gaps — Yan Z. Wang, Helen He
Journal of Marriage and Family
- Educational experiences and American young adults' childbearing goals: A research note — Karen Benjamin Guzzo, Sarah R. Hayford
NCFR member journal subscribers can access full text of articles through the NCFR website.