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Families, Relationships and Societies favourites of 2020
We wanted to share some of our readers' favourite content that you might have missed. Please enjoy free access to some of our most read and highly cited articles, along with some of our editors’ top articles from recent issues.
All articles below are free to access until 31 December 2020
Most Read of 2019
The shame and shaming of parents in the child protection process: findings from a case study of an English child protection service
Disguised compliance or undisguised nonsense? A critical discourse analysis of compliance and resistance in social work practice
Jadwiga Leigh, Liz Beddoe and Emily Keddell
From genograms to peer group mapping: Introducing peer relationships into social work assessment and intervention
Relationship Expectations: Normative Ideals, Practice and Social Change
Alison Koslowski, Lynn Jamieson, Autumn Roesch-Marsh, Tina Miller and Esther Dermott
Comparative Life Experiences: Young Adult Siblings with and Without Disabilities' Different Understandings of Their Respective Life Experiences During Young Adulthood
Ones to Watch
Inheritance and family conflicts: exploring asset transfers shaping intergenerational relations
Misa Izuhara and Stephan Köppe
Revisiting the use of 'counselling' as a means of preparing prospective parents to meet the emerging psychosocial needs of families that have used gamete donation
Marilyn Crawshaw and Ken Daniels
The personal life of Facebook: managing friendships with social media
Let's stop feeding the risk monster: towards a social model of 'child protection'
Brid Featherstone, Anna Gupta, Kate Morris and Joanne Warner
Conforming to intensive parenting ideals: willingness, reluctance and social context
Ciara Smyth and Craig Lyn
Paternal involvement in childcare: how can it be classified and what are the key influences?
Poverty and child neglect - the elephant in the room?
People try and police your behaviour': the impact of surveillance on mothers and grandmothers' perceptions and experiences of infant feeding [Open Access]
Aimee Grant, Dawn Mannay and Ruby Marzella
Working it out: strategies to reconcile work and family among Swedish lone mothers
The co-location of home and work in two generations of farmers: what effects on fathering practices?
The rise and rise of prevention science in UK family welfare: surveillance gets under the skin
Free to read until 31 January
Freedom and foreclosure: Intimate consequences for asexual identities
Matt Dawson, Susie Scott and Liz Mcdonnell
Comparative life experiences: young adult siblings with and without disabilities' different understandings of their respective life experiences during young adulthood
Displaying parenthood, (un)doing gender: parental leave, daycare and working-time adjustments in Sweden and the UK
Gayle Kaufman and Anne Grönlund
Mothering and othering in the city: Polish migrants in the UK
'So we try to do normal things, like a family': sociologies of children in the prison visiting room
'Whingeing' husbands: men's practices of intimacy and inequality in urban China
See also: Volume 7, Number 3, November 2018 our free sample issue.