Journal of Comparative Family Studies
JCFS was established in 1970 to publish high quality articles based on research in comparative and cross cultural family studies. The journal promotes a better understanding of both intra- and inter-ethnic family interaction that is essential for all multicultural societies. It draws articles from social science researchers around the world and contains valuable material for Sociologists, Anthropologists, Family counselors and Social Psychologists.
THE JOURNAL PUBLISHES PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES, RESEARCH NOTES AND BOOK REVIEWS.
Dr. George Kurian, University of Calgary, Managing Editor
Dr. Don Swenson, Mount Royal University, Editor
A SAMPLING OF RECENT ISSUES AND ARTICLES:
Special Issue: The Nexus of Aging (2013).
Simister, John. Is Men’s Share of Housework Reduced by “Gender Deviance Neutralization?” Evidence From Seven Countries (2013).
Mentz, Margaret “By Tenderness and Flattery:” Construction and Reconstruction of ‘Cultural Difference’ in Research on Intermarriage (2013).
Special Issue: The Indian Family: A Revisit (2012).
Guttman, Joseph Yossi & Yanir, Irit. Emerging Adulthood in Israeli Families: Individual-Social Tasks and Emotional-Relational Challenges. (2011).
Special Issue: Family Diversity and Gender (2011).
Special Issue: Families and Memories: Continuity and Social Change (2011).
Lee, G.R., Payne, K.K. Changing Marriage Patterns Since 1970: What's Going On and Why? (2010).
Morgan, S.P. & Rackin, H. A Half Century of Fertility Change (2010).
Wu, Z., Costigan,C., Hou,F., Kampen,R., & Schimmele, C. Change and Stability in Cohabitation and Children's Educational Attainment.(2010).