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Highly cited articles

Families, Relationships and Societies achieved an impact factor of 0.672 in the 2019 Journal Citation Reports. To celebrate the achievements of our authors we have created a free collection of highly cited articles. This collection features papers which have contributed to our 2019 Impact Factor and more recent papers we feel will promote our journals future impact.

All of the articles below are free to access until 31 August:

2019 Journal Citation Report's highest cited articles
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
Clara Smyth and Craig Lyn

Paternal involvement in childcare: how can it be classified and what are the key influences?
Helen Norman

Poverty and child neglect - the elephant in the room?
Anna Gupta

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
Jenny Alsarve

The co-location of home and work in two generations of farmers: what effects on fathering practices?
Berit Brandth

The rise and rise of prevention science in UK family welfare: surveillance gets under the skin
Sue White

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
Veronica Policarpo