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Journal of family research

Abbreviation: J. Fam. Res.

Published by: State Institute for Family Research at the University of Bamberg and University of Bamberg Press

Publisher Location: Bamberg, Germany

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2020; 32(1) -- 2020; 32(3)

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Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 4
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pISSN = 2699-2337

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Journal Language(s): English

Aims and Scope (from publisher): The Journal of Family Research has been the leading scientific journal in the field of family studies in the German-speaking countries for the last three decades. It is edited by the State Institute for Family Research at the University of Bamberg (ifb) and published “open access” by University of Bamberg Press.

The Journal of Family Research publishes cutting-edge research that provides new insights on the manifold aspects of family life in all regions and countries of the world. Disciplines commonly represented in the journal include sociology, (social) demography, psychology, and others in which family and population are common topics. The journal publishes original research articles. Quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods contributions are welcome.

The Journal of Family Research targets, among others, researchers and other professionals engaged in family-related issues: sociologists, demographers, psychologists, political scientists, economists, legal scholars, social workers, professionals in political consulting and NGOs, and decision-makers in politics and public welfare.