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Highly cited articles
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2020 Journal Citation Report's highest cited articles
Let's stop feeding the risk monster: towards a social model of 'child protection'
Brid Featherstone et al.
Migrant mothers: performing kin work and belonging across private and public boundaries
Tracey Reynolds, Umut Erel and Erene Kaptani
Relationships and boundaries between provider and recipient families following embryo adoption
Eric Blyth, Steve Lui and Lucy Frith
How do young people 'do' family where there is a diagnosis of dementia? [Open Access]
Mel Hall and Pat Sikes
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
The personal life of Facebook: managing friendships with social media
Ones to watch
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
Parallels and ruptures in the neoliberal intensive parenting regime
Adult-child relations in neoliberal times: insights from a dialogue across childhood and parenting culture studies
Rachel Rosen and Charlotte Faircloth
Who gets custody of the friends? Online narratives of changes in friendship networks following relationship breakdown
Gaëlle Aeby and Jenny van Hooff
Resisting the commodification of intimate life? Paternal love, emotional bordering and narratives of ambivalent family consumerism from Scottish and Romanian fathers
Helicopter parenting and female university students' anxiety: does parents' gender matter?
Hayley Love et al.
Enemies, allies or citizens? The subject positions of men in the making of birth leave for fathers in Israel