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Australian Journal of Marriage & Family
Canadian Journal of Family and Youth
Family & Community Health
Family Matters (Australian Institute of Family Studies)
International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies
Journal of Child and Family Studies
Journal of Family Issues
Journal of Family Psychology
Journal of Family Studies
Journal of Family Therapy
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
Journal of Marriage and Family