Special Issue of Family Relations Published: Intersectional Variations in the Experiences of Queer Families
A new issue of Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Science (FR) is now available online and is free and open to the public. This special issue (Volume 67, Issue 1) is titled Intersectional Variations in the Experiences of Queer Families.
The contemporary study of queer families has shifted over recent decades to a more relational view and a broader focus on identity and family variations. The purpose of this special issue is to advance the general knowledge of queer families and their experiences in the discipline of Family Science. In his introduction, Guest Editor Brad van Eeden-Moorefield writes:
"My lofty goal is that adding this depth to the literature will help to open new spaces of inquiry and stimulate future research and practice agendas that explore the contours of queer family life, such as those addressed by the present collection of articles."
If you're an NCFR member who subscribes to FR, log in to the NCFR website and visit the FR access webpage to read the full text of these articles on the website of our journal publisher, Wiley Blackwell.