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http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Are_Feminist_Fraudulent_Feelings_Useful_NCFR.pdf
We think the repeated expression of feminist scholars who doubt whether their own work is "feminist enough" or whether they produce "partially feminist" work is indicative of critical insightthese doubts operate as signifiers to push deeper, to take…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Are_there_differential_effects_with_mothers_vs.pdf

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Asking_the_Question_who_benefits_is_critical_NCFR.pdf
For many of us who have been raised to understand and embrace our relationships to our ethnic, racial, or class groups, research conducted by an individually oriented outsider is automatically suspect. The community-wide sensitivity about potential…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Book_Review_by_Alison_J.pdf
Alison J. Chrisler writes an excellent review of thebook, Humanizing Research: Decolonizing Qualitative Inquiry With Youth and Communities,highlighting the difficulties of conducting research with vulnerable participants. She write, "Far too often,…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Change_the_Question_NCFR.pdf
The status of women and girls and families around the world points to myriad complex crises that demand our skills as feminist scholars and activists.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Concluding_Thoughts_What_Does_Recentering_LGBT_Parent_Families_Mean_for_Family_Studies_NCFR.pdf
" we posed the question of what might occur when we use research on LGBT-parent families, and queer and intersectional lenses, to inform the field [family studies] writ large. Many fascinating questions arise."

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Does_being_raised_in_a_physically_violent_home_predict_adult_intimate_partner_violence_NCFR.pdf
Our findings reveal that the impact of childhood experiences of violence is a complex phenomenon, which compels us to move beyond a linear examination of the effect of family-of-origin violence and male-to-female intimate partner violence (IPV).

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Talk_with_the_Authors_of_Effects_of_Childhood_Experiences_of_Family_Violence.pdf
Here are the authors who conducted the meta-analysis of 124 studies of the effects of childhood experiences of family violence (both victims & witnesses) who will be discussing their work at JFTR.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Exploring_Feminist_Family_Scholarship_a_Discussion_NCFR.pdf
This week JFTR will host a discussion of Feeling Like A Feminist Fraud. The discussion will be organized around 4 questions.Sept 21Are Feminist Fraudulent Feelings Useful?Sept 22What is "feminist accountability?"Sept 23How do scholars translate…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Hello_World_NCFR.pdf
This blog is part of a social media experiment to explore new media approaches to participatory and engaged scholarship about family theory and research.
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