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Michigan Family Review

Michigan Family Review (MFR) is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, online publication originally sponsored by the Michigan Council on Family Relations (MiCFR). This journal  serves a variety of family scholars and practitioners and therefore focuses on both scholarly inquiry and professional application. Traditionally, MFR has been published once a year with each volume highlighting a single theme.

The journal is currently seeking submissions for Volume 19. The theme for Volume 19 is "Legalizing Families". Please see the call for papers at this link.

The primary purpose of MFR is to publish empirical articles and critical literature reviews about contemporary problems confronting families and those who provide service to them. Articles are intended to be succinct statements of issues, research findings, theoretical ideas, policies, or program recommendations that will be useful in practice. Critical reflections drawn from experience working with families in the field or students in the classroom as well as curricula suggestions also will be considered for publication in MFR.

Dr. Heather Dillaway is the current editor of MFR. Dr. Dillaway encourages you to think about submitting your own work to the journal. Student submissions are encouraged! If you have questions about submissions to MFR, please contact Dr. Dillaway at dillaway@wayne.edu.





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