Family Relations (journal)

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Family Relations  
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Discipline Family studies, Social work
Language English
Edited by Ronald Sabatelli
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1952-present
Frequency 5/year
1.310 (5-year)
Indexing
ISSN 0197-6664 (print)
1741-3729 (web)
Links

Family Relations is a peer reviewed academic journal published on behalf of the National Council on Family Relations by Wiley-Blackwell. It covers family studies and social work research, educational practices or philosophies, and professional development for researchers, educators, family policy specialists and family practitioners.[1][2]

Name History[edit]

1997: Volume 46, Number 1 | Name changed to Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Studies.
1980: Volume 29, Number 1 | Name changed to Family Relations: Journal of Applied & Child Studies.
1970: Volume 19, Number 1 | Name changed to The Family Coordinator.
1960: Volume   8, Number 3 | Name changed to The Family Life Coordinator.
1952: Volume   1, Number 1 | First issue of The Coordinator.

Editors[edit]

2015-2018: Jason D. Hans[3]
2010-2014: Ronald M. Sabbatelli[4]
2005-2009: Joyce Arditti[5]
2001-2004: Kay Pasley
1997-2000: Jeffrey W. Dwyer[6]
1993-1996: Mark A. Fine[7]
1987-1992: Timothy H. Brubaker
1982-1986: Michael Sporakowski
1976-1981: James Walters
1970-1975: William C. Nichols, Jr.
1968-1969: William M. Smith, Jr.

Impact Factor History[edit]

Journal Citation Reports has listed the following 2- and 5-year impact factors and ranks in the "family studies"[8] and "social work"[9] categories:

Year:     2-yr / 5-yr   | family studies | social work
2013: 0.862 / 1.310 |    23 of 39      |   16 of 40
2012: 0.978 / 1.639 |    22 of 38      |   16 of 38
2011: 0.680 / 1.444 |    28 of 38      |   20 of 41
2010: 1.216 / 1.612 |    18 of 40      |     8 of 39
2009: 1.318 / 1.595 |    13 of 33      |     6 of 32
2008: 1.322 / 1.469 |    14 of 31      |     4 of 29
2007: 0.871 / 1.282 |    18 of 30      |   13 of 29
2006: 0.731 /   na    |    20 of 28      |   13 of 28
2005: 0.687 /   na    |    18 of 28      |   10 of 27
2004: 0.684 /   na    |    17 of 29      |     9 of 28
2003: 0.808 /   na    |    13 of 30      |     4 of 29
2002: 0.545 /   na    |    12 of 33      |     9 of 30
2001: 0.591 /   na    |    18 of 32      |     9 of 30
2000: 0.859 /   na    |    14 of 31      |     6 of 33
1999: 0.888 /   na    |    10 of 31      |     5 of 33
1998: 0.660 /   na    |    14 of 32      |   11 of 33
1997: 0.519 /   na    |    19 of 33      |   12 of 32

Abstracting and indexing[edit]

Among others, Family Relations is abstracted and indexed in EBSCO databases.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Family Relations. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Retrieved November 23, 2011.
  2. ^ Family Relations. National Council on Family Relations. Retrieved November 23, 2011.
  3. ^ Jason D. Hans. Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  4. ^ Ronald M. Sabbatelli. Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  5. ^ Joyce Arditti. Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  6. ^ Jeffrey W. Dwyer. Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  7. ^ Mark A. Fine. Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  8. ^ "Journals Ranked by Impact: Family Studies". 2010 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Social Sciences ed.) (Thomson Reuters). 2011. 
  9. ^ Family Relations - Online. John Wiley & Sons. Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  10. ^ Family Relations - Abstracting and Indexing Information. Family Relations, Wiley Publications, Retrieved November 23, 2011.

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